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About our farm

We are a first generation family farm in rural eastern Kansas. Stewarding 40 acres of beautiful fertile ground we balance the simpler ways of life with modern efficiency and management. Striving to grow and raise natural, healthy and delicious small scale specialty crops and meats for our consumption and yours.

We believe that heritage breeds hold the key to being economical and sustainable while creating delicious table fare.

 For a small scale operation like ours each animal holds great value and adds benefit to the total operation of our farm.

Hereford Hogs

 We chose the Hereford hog breed after experiencing a few other breed and not falling head over heels until we met our boar, Bugger. 

 Being among the heritage breeds and listed by the livestock conservancy in recovering status this breed has everything we wanted and more than we had hoped for. 

 A great temperament, wonderful personalities, fantastic growth rates and confirmation as well as being Delicious table fare and having well portioned cuts Hereford hogs were an easy decision. 

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Our 

Laying Flock

On our farm we love to watch the chickens and the antics they are known for, We keep a mixed breed flock of hens( plus a few roosters)for the purpose of laying. Usually around 40-50 head we chose these birds based on their egg color and personalities. 

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Our Cattle

Pasture raised, Hybrid finished beef.

We only raise and finish a small number of cattle each year. Usually keeping a rotation of two to three head on property so they don't get lonely. 

Breed vary but are most often black or red Angus bloodlines.

 

<< Pushing cowbell and cowzilla into a different pasture as the sun rises.