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Our website is really long but here is a quick synopsis of what we do and who we are.

We are a pasture-based, sustainability-focused livestock farm situated on 41 acres of transitional silvopasture in the Quiet Corner of Connecticut. We run a regenerative farm performing intensively managed rotational grazing year-round for as long as weather and grass production allow.

All our animals are Animal Welfare Approved, and our sheep and goats are Certified Grassfed by A Greener World.

We have designed and developed our farm so that our animals can express their natural behaviors. The animals live on pasture all year long and are never confined, they breed according to their natural cycles and birth unassisted on pasture, plus they have the room to explore and interact with their surroundings.

Raising animals in this way makes our farm sustainable compared to conventional farming practices – the animals are improving the quality and fertility of the land, not to mention their meat tastes exceptional!

Focusing on heritage breed animals is a natural choice for our farm and we choose breeds that can thrive in our New England climate of hot summers and cold winters.

Our Kiko goats and Icelandic sheep (lamb) are only fed grass. Harvested in the fall, cuts of goat and lamb are available until they run out.

Our pigs (pork) are Mangalitsa/Berkshire/Large Black crosses. They are supplemented with a soy-free, corn-free, non-GMO, and organic feed. Wholes are available seasonally, while cuts and larger meat boxes are available year-round.

Our laying flock of chickens are a mix of heritage laying hens. They are supplemented with soy-free, corn-free, non-GMO, and organic feed. They are rotationally grazed behind our sheep, goats, and pigs. Multicolored eggs are available year-round and stew birds are available every few years.

We sell directly to customers at our farm and assorted farmers markets, see the rest of the website for details.

Last Updated on 2023-03-03« Back to Glossary Index

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