Spring Hills Farm

From the rolling fields of green grass, trees filled with happy songs from the birds, to the steady sound of rushing water from the creek, our family enjoys the life on a farm. The beauty, and the work, can take your breath away. Some call this lifestyle back to the "simple life". Well simple it may be called, but it is not easy. We raise our own animals for meat and milk, and a portion of produce in our gardens and greenhouse. Before the industrial age, the family farms played an important role in the diet of this country. The foods that were available were more wholesome and natural - as long as they were clean. The birth of the industrial age brought a complete change in what we consumed in our diet. There were many innovative ideas to try to keep foods fresh longer, and remove germs and dirt from the food that could potentially make consumers sick. However, in doing so, much of the goodness in the food is destroyed in the process. Scientists recently discovered that foods grown as naturally as possible, and that do not go through the manufacturing process, provide a diet that is important for the health. They are also finding that with cleanliness and testing, we can enjoy foods in their raw, natural form without many of the processing that goes on today.

We have seen personally the effects that naturally home grown foods have done for us. Now we can offer some of the fruits of our labor to others in our community who want to improve their own health and make lifestyle changes. Our all-natural beef and goat can make a big difference in a person with compromised health, and can help keep a healthy person healthy.

You can purchase our All Natural Meat by the cut or whole. We also have a Raw Pet Food product line. Visit our Family Farm Web site for more details. If you are interested in goat milk, please let us know. We would like to find out what kind of interest there might be in a goat dairy.


Listing last updated on Dec 7, 2003

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