with dignity our family and extended family which derive 100%
of our income from the farm and its multiple enterprises.
With the advent of industrial agriculture taking over ‘organic’ and all the controversy about what is ‘organic’ and what it should or shouldn’t be we have elected to avoid governmental regulatory junk and farm in a way that we know to truly be natural and sustainable.
In ways that protect the land, the water, the air. In ways that respect the animals both domesticated and wild.
In ways that honor tradition while incorporating technology.
Non-GMO, permaculture, animal welfare, conservation, minimal carbon footprint, no chemicals, no antibiotics, no additives, no hormones are all terms we use to describe how we farm.
Sustainability starts with our farm being viable; being able to sustain with dignity our family and extended family which derive 100% of our income from the farm and its multiple enterprises.
Sustainability means using methods and practices that are repeatable for the long-term good of everyone, that minimize the reliance of outside resources, and that do not adversely affect our surroundings and anyone whom we work with, serve, and farm for.