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A farm is not a farm without…farm animals

Ours is a homestead-style family farm with a little bit of everything: chickens for eggs; cows, pigs, and sheep for meat; goats for milk, cheese, and soap; plus a few companions and guardians. We work hard to keep our animals comfortable and content.

How do you know when the animals are happy? When you walk outside and are greeted by an orchestra of clucks and cock-a-doodle-dos, moos and maas, baas and neighs; when you head into the pasture with a toolbox, and the goats rush over to supervise; when you approach the gate empty-handed, but the donkeys and horses come over for hugs anyway.

Based on that theory, we have the happiest animals around!


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Meet our belted Galloway, Highland and Angus cows

It’s mid-afternoon and time for the daily cow parade out to the peninsula: first comes two adventurous black Angus cows, Wilma and Pork Chop; next is Bojangles, the big teddy bear of a Galloway bull; then the belted Galloway, LuAnne, scanning side to side as she saunters up the middle; and last, but not least, the blond Highland, Abby, peeking through her long bangs, leaving a wide girth around her graceful horn rack.

After visiting the peninsula, the herd is off to explore the rest of their world, enjoying dip in the pond to cool down, a nap in the cool shade of a cluster of trees, or a visit with the neighboring horses, donkeys, and sheep. And tomorrow, they’ll start all over again.


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All-natural Beef

Our steers are raised on pasture and finished on a combination of grass and grain.

We sell whole and partial animal shares, enabling you to select a specific animal which we will raise and process at a USDA inspected facility to your specification. We also sell variety boxes (available at our online shop) and individual cuts of beef (available on farm).

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Meet our Berkshire/Hampshire/Yorkshire cross pigs

They say that pigs are one of the most intelligent animals on earth. We can’t say that for sure, but we do know that pigs just want to be, well, pigs. Ours have plenty of room to do just that: woods to rout around for leaves, nuts, and roots; mud holes to wallow in; and as much milk-soaked grain as they care to snuffle.

Though we finish out the majority of the piglets we raise, from time to time we do offer piglets for sale. Check our Animals for Sale page for more information.


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Milk-fed Pork

Our pigs are raised on natural woodlot and supplemented with goat milk soaked pig meal resulting in sweet and tender pork.

We sell whole and partial animal shares, enabling you to select a specific animal which we will raise and process at a USDA inspected facility to your specification. We also sell variety boxes (available at our online shop) and individual cuts of pork (available on farm).

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The Pasture out Yonder

Home to Tennessee walking horses, Thunder and Storm, our donkeys, Lucy and Luke, and a couple sheep (yeah, we had to have sheep for, you know, the Wool).

Who says we can’t all get along? Not us! We house multiple species together: goats with horses, cows with donkeys, chickens with ducks…you get the idea.  Why? Some of the relationships provide protection (the presence of a large llama in the goat yard helps deter predators), some help keep parasites down (guinea fowl help keep fly populations down), and some simply provide unique friendships.