We all need a chill break every now and then! These steer are just hanging around their new grassy area enjoying the sunshine this fine spring day. They love eating all the new spring grass. Rotating them around early is important to developing strong, healthy pastures.
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The best pork you can get comes from pigs raised in open pastures like this. No steroids, GMO’s, or anti-biotics… These guys, and the rest of them, are at full weight now (250-300 lbs.) and are ready for processing. Bacon, anyone?
Open pastures are very important to healthy cattle and healthy food! Our cattle roam open fields where ample ground water supports bountiful pasture grasses. These cows are eating and enjoying the grass in the cool of the morning sun.
Sustainable farming means doing things that protect the pastures over time rather than deplete them. Part of that involves rotating cattle around to different areas as they eat one area down. Here, Aaron is moving the cows at the end of the day into another field. He is very skilled as a farmer, and the […]
Habitat is an important part of what we do at Crestwood Family Farms. Right now, we are restoring an area at the lower end of a sedge meadow by putting in a pond with native plant species. Wildlife, migratory birds, and of course, our bees will love it!