Thank you for visiting! We are one family stewarding this small piece of Earth, enjoying nature’s blessings and the opportunity to earn our living working side-by-side with our children as we answer our call to produce healthy, humanely raised foods the way they were meant to be.
Each year of farming presents us with joys, challenges, and new lessons to be learned. We have discovered first-hand how important it is to become attuned to the design of nature and apply its principles to our methods of farming. We get a little closer every year to our goal of a reaching a permaculture, an ecosystem where every living thing on the farm, from the earthworms and tomato plants, to the milk cow and to us, the farmers, cooperate in a complete, beneficial system.
At Crowfoot Farm, our number one goal is to produce food that is clean, nutrient-dense and humane in a way that is healthy and sustainable for the environment, farmers and consumers.
We first began raising these real foods for our own children after food allergies and health problems dealt us a wake-up call. Since 2010, we have been blessed with the ability to share these foods with others. You can rest assured that we never cut corners. Producing the best food possible is our highest priority.
We are committed to offering our products at the lowest prices possible without compromising quality.
Second only to “How can we make this food better?” the question we most ask ourselves is, “How can we make this more affordable?” Our prices reflect the actual cost of production. Our farm does not receive any government subsidy. This food is an investment in your good health, the health of the environment, and the health of our local economy.
We also desire to provide a haven for a few endangered breeds of heritage livestock.
In an effort to maintain genetic resources for the next generation, we maintain small, well-managed breeding populations of heritage chickens, turkeys, geese, sheep and pigs. In many cases, we find these more “primitive” breeds better adapted to our natural farming methods than their industrialized counterparts. Click here to learn more about our heritage animals.