While our farm is not technically "certified" organic by the USDA, we do adhere to organic farming principles and practices. As a matter of fact, many of our practices go beyond "organic" standards.
For instance, we require that our ruminant animals are 100% grass-fed and produced without grain or grain by-products, which is not an organic requirement.
We would rather consumers put their trust in our farm and family, rather than in a USDA stamp that relies on costly inspections and government regulators.
We believe that the very best form of producer-to-consumer accountability and transparency exists when consumers take an active responsibility to develop a connection and relationship with the farmer who produces their food!
Learn more about how our animals live by taking the virtual farm tour.