You may have noticed our new logo released earlier this week.. How does our farm stand out from other farm operations and what exactly is Regenerative Agriculture?
Regenerative Agriculture is a step further than operating organically. On our farms we have recognized that not only is it necessary for the future of agriculture to eliminate harmful chemicals and synthetics but we also need to begin repairing the damage that has been done to the soil over the extent of modern ag
Community Supported #Agriculture (CSA) is a great way to put farm fresh beef on your table while supporting your #local farmer. We are now offering smaller 'shares' than a quarter beef to make it easier for smaller families, smaller freezer spaces, etc. to buy directly from the farm and eliminate the middleman, packing and transportation. Do you ever stare into the meat counter and wonder where that beef came from? Was it even from #Iowa? Here in the #Midwest we are surrounde
With snow on the ground and temperatures below zero, many people often ask, what do cows eat in the winter? The simple answer is hay. Most people are familiar the a cow's diet in the summer, acres oflush green grass. But what is hay? Hay is the staple forage in most cattle operations. Hay is forage (grass and alfalfa) that has been cut, dried, and made into bales. It would be similar to us eating dried fruit, for example. Putting up forage in this manner, a producer can st