Dutch Belted, Fernanda just gave birth, with the red halter. Her sister Happily looking at the new addition.

Dutch Belted, Fernanda just gave birth, with the red halter. Her sister Happily looking at the new addition.

Happily and her new born.

Happily and her new born.

Dutch Belted Cattle.

One of our heritage breed, Dutch Belted are known for their high milk fat content and meat. The Dutch Belted are limited in number, however we love the breed and will continue to raise them for both milk and meat. We pasture raise our cows; they are not fed grain. Our fields are rotated for hay and grazing. We do not give hormones, antibiotics or other chemical treatments to our cows unless the life of the cow is in danger. If this happens, which it hasn't yet, the animal would be taken out of our milk production and/or not processed for meat for one year.

 

Our new litter of Red Wattles.

Our new litter of Red Wattles.

Green pastures for our pigs.

Green pastures for our pigs.

Red Wattle Swine.

We raise Red Wattle Swine for their ability to thrive in most environments. They are excellent bacon pigs. We find the meat not as fatty as other breeds tend to be.  We feed our swine our corn, extra produces, eggs, milk, wooded area for nuts and pasture areas to root. We provide fresh spring water and make sure they have shade along with a super fun mud hole.

Zoie working with our pasture raised chickens.

Zoie working with our pasture raised chickens.

Chickens.

We raise several heritage birds along with more modern birds. We enjoy our Buckeyes, Dominic's, White Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, Australorpes, and White Leg Horn just to name a few breeds we carry.