MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Our pastured, soy free, non-GMO, corn free, rotationally grazed ( whew! you get all that?? ūüôā eggs will be available beginning with our April Buying Clubs. We’re excited to expand the farm with eggs!

Stay tuned for our meat chickens! Those will be available at the end of May.pasture (1)

TRI CITIES, WA BUYING CLUB call/text 541.371.7264 to Order


Hey Guys! Are you in the Tri Cities, WA area? Although Farmers Markets are over we sell direct to you year-round! We meet every third Saturday of the month @ 12 (that’s a week from today! Saturday, Nov 18th). To see our product availability go here.

STEP 1: Determine the product(s) you desire and send us an email to place your order. You may call or text 541.371.7264 instead if you prefer.

STEP 2: We will reply back confirming your order. We will be filling orders on a  first requested, first served basis.  If we run out a particular product and are unable to fill your request we will inform you as soon as possible.

STEP 3: Meet us at 1307 GW Way. Acceptable forms of payment include cash, check, or card.That’s it!

We’ll see you in Tri Cities!

Our FARM STORE days are changing!

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Our Farm Store hours are changing y’all! Today will be our last Thursday as we’re moving our days to Mondays and Tuesdays from 1-7pm.

As always, by appointment also available. Call/Text 541.371.7264 to see if we’re home & we’ll open the store up for ya¬†

Today we have plenty of grass-finished beef
rib steak
pepperoni sticks
t-bone steak
beef bones
garlic sausage links
mesquite sausage links
applewood sausage links
ground beef
sirloin ground beef
*all meat is frozen*

We’ll be picking up more pork at the butcher next week! We are done with eggs/chicken this season but we’ll be back with poultry in the spring¬†

64466 Clarks Canyon Rd
Lexington, OR 97839
*cash, check or card accepted*

We’ll see you on the farm!

USDA Labels & Grass-Fed Beef

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The USDA called. They want their label back. We’ve been using this ‘grass-fed’ label on our beef for years now but they tell us it’s not fair. We need to pay a third party to confirm that our cows actually eat grass in order to state GRASS-FED on our label. They’re just nuts. If you check the USDA definitions of ‘free range’ poultry, the USDA says FREE RANGE means chickens only need to have “access to the outside” – not to actually BE outside??! Knowing your farmer is WAY BETTER than trusting a USDA label – you’ll know EXACTLY what you’re voting for when purchasing locally as you can speak directly to the owner. So moving forward, we are still a grass-finished operation but we will not pay a person to confirm this in order to get the stamp of approval from the USDA. We’ll be removing the words GRASS-FED on our labels & opting out of this ridiculous USDA game.