We are your local source for true and essential Meats, Eggs, Sausages, Specialty Meats and Bacons! Produced right here in Michigan! We are dedicated to raising healthy, happy animals - lovingly cared for which provide high energy, nutritious and delicious food sources for health conscious individuals. This includes our belief that you are what our animals eat and that the quality of life the animal has directly impacts the quality of the items we offer.
You can buy at our farm store, at food co-ops, farmer’s markets, retail stores and cross state delivery. Check our webpage for locations.
No, we do not sell by the half, qtr, etc. for beef, pork or lamb. We discontinued selling this way in 2004. Well sell only by the cut. This way we can keep our costs down and offer a better selection. We do offer discounts for large orders.
Yes, we do. We offer a 10% discount for orders over $500. This way you can purchase the items you like and use, and not need to deal with items you do not as in buying a side. You can mix and match anything that we have in stock.
Yes we do. The 10% discount applies to a minimum $500 or more purchase.
Orders can be sent in to us utilizing one of two methods with the following rules being applicable:
No. We do believe in organic principles and practice them as best as reasonable. We could go thru the certification process, but it would increase paperwork (We have plenty as it is) therefore adding costs & having less time to do the important things (such as providing quality lifestyle for the animals). We were certified under Certified Naturally Grown (It is a good organization), but let it expire for reduction of paperwork. Frankly, certification would not add anything else to our existing quality.
We do not. We put our emphasis into raising animals and processing meat, but not into agri-tourism. You are free to walk around and check out the farm on your own, we have nothing to hide. This is our commitment to transparency. We just ask that you please stay away from the house and out of buildings. And remember, the animals are not pets and should be respected as such.