Our farm market is currently open by appointment during the winter season. We do offer drop site deliveries in Boonville, Newburgh (Wednesdays or Sat), Evansville (Sundays or Wednesdays), and Ft. Branch (Thursdays).
We want to reconnect your family to the source of your food. We also believe that you can speak volumes with your pocketbook. By supporting local farmers and artisans, we can help make our communities stronger. We want to be here to fulfill your family's need for healthier meat and offer personal service that you won't get at big supermarket retail centers. While we aren't a large farm operation, we believe in quality over quantity. We don't have a fancy retail space, and you may have to drive a little to get to us (although we are just 1 mile North of I-64 in Warrick County), but we are proud to offer our customers a unique product you won't find in the local city supermarket (even "health food" markets) or in most of southern Indiana in fact! We are one of just a tiny handful of Belted Galloway breeders in this part of the state.
In today's society, most folks are at least 2 generations removed from the days of raising your own food on a family farm. We want to help rekindle that spirit in our own family and help your family be a part of that as well. While there is a place for "big agriculture" (only 1-2% of our country's population has to find a way to grow food for everyone else), we still want to preserve for you the small farm / country mercantile feel that brought such a sense of community and neighborliness in days gone by. Stop by our farm market, grab your eggs, pet the barn cat and sit a spell! Open most Saturdays, call ahead to check product availability.
Take home delicious meat that you can be confident in knowing exactly how it was raised. Our animals live where they have plenty of room to roam and are rotated to where they have access to the best grazing all summer long. We take pride in raising them as naturally as possible, with no hormones, steroids or feed-additive antibiotics. We make it a point to spend time out in the pasture with our herd where we can keep a close watch on their health and well being. True to our Christian beliefs, we try to follow the words of Proverbs 27:23 which instructs us to "Know well the condition of your flock and pay close attention your herds."