We are certified as a Step 3 Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) swine operation:
Cattle and Yaks
The Black Angus beef cattle and Tibetan yaks are raised free-range, roaming on hundreds of acres of recently cut wheat or native grasses and planted cover crops. They are also fed non-spray third-cut alfalfa to ensure that the meat is well-marbled and flavorful.
The New Zealand and Rex breeds of rabbits are a new addition to our livestock family. They can roam over 10 acres of fenced fields and are sheltered in wooden sheds with thick straw bedding year-round and heat lamps during cold months.