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We are a 1st generation farm with a late family history of farming. We have a love for raising animals and a fulfillment knowing where the food we eat comes from. We started our farm in 2011 with one pregnant pig and my how we have grown since! We have tried a little bit of everything from pigs, cows, chickens for eggs, turkeys, and rabbits. We found a love for raising cows and pigs. As well as raising cows and pigs, we also hay 70 acres at least twice a year, some 3-4 times.

We have 3 beautiful children – Colton, Chloe, and Cody – who have a growing love for farming and helping with chores (we’re looking forward to when their help is actually helpful). Colton is starting up his own egg business this Spring – Colton’s Eggcellent Business

Our cows are on rotational grazing throughout the growing season. They are wintered in and around the barn where they are dry and out of the weather. They are grass fed, and supplemented with various grains.

Our Pigs are on rotational grazing in wooded areas and grass land. We do not breed pigs anymore so we buy in piglets from local pig farmers. The pigs are fed fresh vegetables, various grains and whatever they root up along the way.

We are a 1st generation farm with a late family history of farming. We have a love for raising animals and a fulfillment knowing where the food we eat comes from. We started our farm in 2011 with one pregnant pig and my how we have grown since!


We have tried a little bit of everything from pigs, cows, chickens for eggs, turkeys, and rabbits. We found a love for raising cows and pigs. As well as raising cows and pigs, we also hay 70 acres at least twice a year, some 3-4 times.

We have 3 beautiful children – Colton, Chloe, and Cody – who have a growing love for farming and helping with chores (we’re looking forward to when their help is actually helpful). Colton is starting up his own egg business this Spring – Colton’s Eggcellent Business.


Our cows are on rotational grazing throughout the growing season. They are wintered in and around the barn where they are dry and out of the weather. Their diets consist of 80% grass, hay, haylage and 20% or less various grains.

Our Pigs are on rotational grazing in wooded areas and grass land. We do not breed pigs anymore so we buy in piglets from local pig farmers. The pigs are fed fresh vegetables, various grains and whatever they root up along the way.