From Our Farm to Your Table

Pasture-raised food delivered to your neighborhood

We are a local family farm raising chickens, turkeys and pigs on pasture. They live stress-free foraging on grass, bugs and whatever else they can find. We also provide Non-GMO Certified Organic Feed.  We feel that the animals should have the freedom to move about to forage as they wish and breathe fresh air.   For more information see "About Our Farm".

 Thank you, Ron & Sherry

Featured Products

Sockeye Salmon Whole Fillet
(22 oz)
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Sockeye Salmon Small Filet
5-7 oz
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King Salmon Small portion
(9-12 oz)
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Farm Tour 2021

October 17, 2021, 2:00 - 5:00pm 

Reservations are required. 

Come see how your food is raised. You will see chickens, turkeys, and pigs.  You will also meet Sam, our rescue donkey, Piggles the rescue pig, and 5 ornery goats.  Music and food will be provided. We have a limited number of tickets, so sign up early.  Sign-up is $5 per person ages 6 and above.  


Winter CSA sign-up has begun.

The green pasture disappears during the Winter, but that doesn't mean your nutrient-dense pasture-raised meat has to. Choose select boxes or choose a-la-carte so you can have your preferred cuts of meat all Winter. Email, text or call so we can send you the order form.

Weekday deliveries to Columbia are on Thursdays at 5:30 pm.

Pick up is at the farmers market parking lot.

Pre-Order for the Farmers Market, Mid-Week delivery, or Home Delivery. Here's How It Works

1 Sign Up

Create your free account & receive $5 credit on your first order. Choose the pickup location closest to you. Pay On-line or at Pick-up. This is will allow us to have your order ready and waiting for you! Convenience for you. :)

2 Shop

Browse through our ever growing selection of pasture-raised products. Add the products you like to your order.

3 Pick Up

We offer 3 order pick-up options. At our Booth at the Farmers Market. Curbside Pick-up at the Farmers Market. Midweek Thursday 5:30 pm at the Farmers Market. We look forward to seeing you!

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