Animals do best in their natural state.
We think that animals and plants thrive when they are allowed to live in their natural state. It is our goal to create an environment, in which the primordial ways and desires of both flora and fauna have an outlet for their expression. As evidence of this, every year it seems that a greater array of wild birds find their way to our farm. Our domesticated birds, the chickens, are free to roam wherever they so please and anyone who would call them vegetarians should have their eyes checked. Given the choice, a chicken will eat anything from grass and grains to worms and, if the opportunity presents itself, even mice.
Our cattle have access to two separate grazing fields. They are both bursting with a plethora of wind-sewn vegetation, but they are not the same. Though their variations may not be great, every plant offers something different. The cows know this, and they also know what they need. Their meal is their choice. We’re just trying to let nature do its work.