We are a small family farm looking to share with others the high quality, healthy, naturally grown beef, pork and chicken we ourselves enjoy at our dinner table. We raise our chickens out on pasture so that they can forage as God intended and therefore provide us with rich dark yolked eggs full of nutrients and robust flavor. They are cage free,antibiotic and hormone free. Our pasture raised beef is raised without hormones, antibiotics, animal by products, or crowded feedlot conditions. Utmost attention given to their individual needs, and we are now BQA Certified Our meat is processed in a USDA inspected family owned shop and never has anything added to it - no preservatives, no pink slime. Just 100% good-for-you beef.
Try our fresh-air, pastured pork ready for your freezer..Our pigs are born and raised right here on the farm. All out meat is available by the individual cut or halves and quarters..That means you can buy as little as 1 lb or as much as you want.
Beef and pork in stock now. Believe it or not, spring is coming! Call or email now to reserve your chickens for the 2014 growing season or to order beef or pork now. Call for more information on how you can reserve your meat now..
Feel free to contact us for prices and availability of our products and also with any questions you may have. Stop in for a visit anytime! We'd be glad to show you around! We are 1 hour from Buffalo, Niagara Falls, and Rochester along the shores of beautiful Lake Ontario. The climate here makes for good healthy pastures which in turn means good healthy animals!
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We have known the Reynolds family for almost 20 years and they are the "Best of the Best" when it comes to honesty and integrity in their association and business relationships!... [more]
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We regularly buy pork chops, bacon, italian sausage, and breakfast sausage from Gail and Joe and it has always been fantastic. The pigs are out on pasture as soon as possible, and the pork products reflect the good care the pigs are given.... [more]
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Most days in winter are the picturesque kind. You know - big fat snowflakes drifting lazily down, fire crackling in the woodstove, hot chocolate and games spread out around the family room, cows cozily tucked in for the winter.... [more]