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Several years ago, I was struggling with stomach issues, autoimmune disease, sick children, and a husband who just in general did not feel good. I came across the topic of "Real Food," and it has changed our family’s life. When we began eating Real Food, we had a hard time finding the farms to buy them from. We had both grown up on farms and could hear the land calling us back. Just as we did for our own family, we want to help your family leave behind toxic, nutrient depleted, factory farmed food and instead provide you with real milk and eggs for nutrient dense, healing meals.


We started out as homesteaders in 2013, with 23 chickens. We added lambs and a milk cow, and eventually in 2016 moved to our current (larger) farm. Even though our farm is a full time job in itself, Matt also works off the farm and I have a busy home of growing, homeschooled children. 
If you’re wondering about our “labels”….
What we do does not fit on a label. We are not certified organic (what a governmental bureaucratic joke that is!), but instead use common sense farming practices (like “sustainable” or “regenerative”) and transitional organic feed. We eat everything we produce and sell to other families.
Our end goal is non-toxic, nutrient dense food, healthy animals, and healthy land.
Our ruminant animals eat 95-100% grass, depending on their age and the time of year. They need a few extra carbs when they are producing milk and pregnant, or in the winter when it gets below zero (it's a lot of work just to stay warm in that kind of weather!). Most of all, we want them to be HEALTHY because healthy animals mean healthy food. Our poultry (who are omnivores) free range for what they can find, and have feed available all the time to supplement what they can't pick up on their own.
If any of our livestock get sick, the first treatment we use is herbal or homeopathic. If one is suffering, or it’s a matter of life and death, and Western medicine is needed, we absolutely will use it. We care about our animals and are not willing to let them suffer for a label.
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