Glad you stopped by. We are a small family run farm nesteled among the Amish and Mennonite community. Traveling down the gravel road that leads to our farm you will notice electric poles and many other signs of civilization disappear. The farms here are simplistic and the pace is unhurried. We grow all our produce, perrenials. We also offer refuge to many wild and rescued animals. In an effort to be able to continue to feed and shelter them we have been selling our products both locally and on-line for the past 8 years.You can find our Local Harvest Store here .
Often times we have requests for photos and information about our farm. We built this website as a snapshot of our farm. In addition to working the farm, we write about the some of the events that happen here as often as possible. Our Local Harvest Blog can be found here.
Enjoy your visit!
Here on the farm we use biodynamic farming practices, which simply means we do not use synthetic fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. We feel that less is more. We employ the use of only organic supplements, fresh air, rain and sunshine. You can be sure the products that you receive are all natural and as nature intended.
CSA subscriptions for this year have been sold out.Please call or e-mail us at the farm if you are interested in joining for the 2011 season.
Rescues there are many.
From the injured, abandoned or those headed to auction we take them in and care for them until their final days.
We are a no kill farm and supporting our efforts by purchasing our products is greatly appreciated.
Join us at ehow and pick up some interesting and useful gardening tips. Occasionally we write about other household tips as well. Hope to see you there!
In addition to farming and caring for the animals we've been busy publishing. We have published our 1st Native American novel as well as a few gardening pamphlets on scribd.com.
Let us know what you think.Your comments are always welcome.