Our Products


Raw Milk

Certified Organic

Raw milk is unprocessed, right from-the-cow the way God created it to be consumed (as long as the cows are grass-fed and certified organic). Our milk is passed through a filter and chilled down to 38 deg. F within two hours of the milking process. The milk is tested regularly for bacteria and meets all the same standards as pasteurized milk.

Pasteurization destroys many nutrients and immune-enhancing components. Vitamin A is degraded, B6 and B12 are basically destroyed and the beneficial bacteria and immunoglobulins are also killed.


Cheese & Butter

Certified Organic

Both are manufactured at certified organic facilities.  The cheese is solely from our milk. The butter includes our milk and some other local organic, grazing farms.

Grass-fed Beef

Certified Organic

Few farmers will go through the process of certifying their beef as organic, but we do so you can rest assured you are getting a genuine authentic organic product. Our cows make wonderful tasting, lean beef. You can purchase in bulk or by the individual cut.


Pasture-Raised Chicken

Certified Organic

Our chicken pens are moved twice a day to a fresh area of pasture and enjoy a natural diet of foraged bugs, plants, and seeds. The meat is juicy, tender and full of flavor. Even the breast meat has a great chicken flavor that needs no seasoning or marinade to enjoy. Pasture-raised chicken has a low Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acid ratio, meaning it is packed full of heart-healthy Omega 3’s. They live out outdoors and reap the health benefits of the grass and sunshine which produces the healthiest meat.

Pasture-Raised Eggs

Certified Organic

Our hens are moved to fresh pasture once every day. The eggs from pastured organic hens have up to 6 times more vitamin D than eggs produced in confinement houses, twice as many Omega 3’s and 7 times as much beta carotene. The yokes have an orange color to them showing that they are packed full of vitamins and Omega 3 fatty acids. Do you have problems with Cholesterol? These eggs have only 1/3 of the cholesterol compared to an egg raised in a confined house (www.eatwild.com “Health Benefits”)