Raising premium quality grass fed beef using holistic pasture management, and rotational grazing.
Using Rotational Grazing we can constantly move our beef herd onto fresh clean grazing.  We can then bring in our sheep flock, and follow with the chickens that are immune to species-specific cattle parasites to eat the remaining fodder thus cleaning the pastures and preparing them for our Cattle to return! Once the Sheep and Chickens have finished what fodder the Cattle left behind they move on to the next paddock that the Cattle occupied to repeat the process.

This cycle of pasture cleaning allows us to completely avoid the use of chemical wormers or antibiotics, meaning we can serve you with higher quality naturally raised Beef, Lamb and Chicken.

Multi Species Rotational Grazing.
Dutch Belted Cattle.
Dutch Belted Cattle produce an extremely rich, semi-homogenized milk with its small fat globules allowing it to be digested by those who normally cannot drink dairy do to lactose intolerance.  Dutch Belted Cattle were originally imported to America from the Netherlands by P.T. Barnum in the 1830s.  

During the 1900s, numbers of Dutch Belted cattle declined worldwide to the point of near-extinction. Currently listed as critically endangered by the 
ALBC Belties are slowly making a comeback! 

American Milking Devon Cattle.

Devon Cattle came to America in 1623.  Prized by farmers for their excellent ability to provide Labor, Milk and Beef in one relatively small, low maintenance animal.  Beginning in the 19th century as beef and dairy production became more specialized Milking Devon fell out of favor until by 1970 there were fewer than 100 Devons left in the U.S.  

Today Milking Devons, while still critically endangered, are on the rise!