What We Offer

High Quality Grass Fed Meats

Pastured, heritage breed pork. Grass fed beef. Free range chicken and duck eggs. Everyone is raised on a combination of pasture, sunshine, and locally milled feed

Fruits & Veggies

Lots of seasonally grown produce, including tomatoes, squash, greens, peppers, etc. We also have a selection of several types of sprouts/microgreens available. Fruit orchard in the works!

Baked Goods

Handmade artisinal breads, pretzels, and granola

Farm Happenings

I took part of today off to chaperone HD’s school field trip. I hung out with some pretty awesome 1st graders at the @mckennakids museum, and we all had a blast. The museum has all kinds of stuff for kiddos, but the place that gave me the most joy was the grocery store. Everybody had their buggies and they were all full of everything you can imagine a child would buy themselves; cookies, candy, juice, snack cakes, etc. Then, I noticed HD filling up his buggy. When he came up to the checkout, this is what he had; veggies, fruit, meats, and a couple of boxes of macaroni and cheese. I asked him why he bought canned corn and green beans and he said “because I couldn’t find any fresh” (good answer). I asked him why he made these choices and he said “because these things are all good things to eat” (swoon). I watched him take Capri suns out of his buggy because he didn’t have room for eggplant (not crying)! A sense of peace came over me. We often doubt our abilities as parents (and by we I mean mostly me). Are we focusing on the right things? Do we spend enough off Farm time with them? Do they feel like they are a valuable part of our operation? ARE THEY HAVING THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF FUN BUT ALSO LEARNING THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF THINGS WHILE PRACTICING NOT BEING A TOTAL JERK?!? A lot of the time, I feel like we are failing at most of this; but not today. Today I realized that we were getting at least *something* right. We haven’t ever really sat down and had a discussion with our kids about food; we want them to have a healthy relationship with all foods. He made these choices because they are watching us; everyday. They are watching how we treat others, they are watching how we treat OURSELVES, they are soaking up every little piece of information that we didn’t know we were giving them. That’s why he made these choices today. It’s also why both of them are proficient cuss word users. 🤷🏻‍♀️ #sorrynotsorry #cantwinthemall #eazyefarms #theeazylife #foodforthought #parentingistough #wereallinthistogether #theyrewatchingyou #theyrelistening #freerange #treatyoself #proudmama #healthyaf #freshaf #farmkids #kaleyeah

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I’m not a huge fan of “cooking shortcuts” (using canned soups/sauces), but sometimes, they are a necessity. While I prefer to make my own green chili sauce, our animals prefer to be fed, granola prefers to be made, and my children prefer to be picked up from school on time…so it’s not always an option. That’s where my Eazy Green Chile Pork Roast comes in; it is a breeze to throw together, and it cooks low and slow all day, so you don’t have to hover over the stove. It’s a perfect Dutch oven/slow cooker meal! I’ll be sampling this tomorrow at the @newbraunfelsfarmersmarket and handing out recipe cards, but here is the recipe for those of you that aren’t able to make it: INGREDIENTS: 1 Eazy E pork roast 1 Jar prepared GC stew (I prefer Cookwell & Co) 1 Jar Herdez Salsa VerdeOnion & Garlic (optional, but HIGHLY recommended)Salt & pepperFat for cooking (preferably lard or bacon grease, but butter/EVOO will do)INSTRUCTIONS:1. Preheat you Dutch oven over med-high heat. 2. Liberally salt and pepper all sides of the pork roast. Add fat of choice to Dutch oven.3. Sear all sides of Pork Roast until golden brown 4. Remove roast, turn heat down to medium add quartered onions and smashed garlic cloves to pan and stir around (of using them) 5. Pour entire jar of GC stew into Dutch oven and stir, making sure to scrape all the brown bits off of the bottom. 6. Add roast back in, pour entire jar of Salsa Verde on top. 7. Wait for the liquid boil, reduce heat to med-low, put on the lid and let it go (️let it goooooooooo️). Simmer for an hour per pound(ish), or until for tender. I like to check on mine every once I. A while, just to make sure it’s not boiling too much/burning on the bottom. It should be gently simmering when you open the lid. I will stir it around/flip the roast over a couple of times while it’s cooking. Once it’s tender, I like to remove the roast, remove the bone, shred it with two forks, and put it back in the sauce for a bout 30 mins to thicken up.#eazyefarms #eazyfood #hopeyouenjoy #notgoodatrecipes #justknow #itsdelicious #youshouldtryit #peoplewillbeimpressed #thiswillgetyouagirlfriend #oraboyfriend #ormaybeboth #notjudgingyou

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I can not stress the importance of quality ingredients when cooking for yourself and your loved ones (but you know I'm about to try, so listen up or keep scrolling). It is very easy to eat simply, healthily, and deliciously if you start with the best ingredients your hard earned money can buy. Take these chicken breasts for example: I'm not a huge fan of chicken breasts. I eat them, but they are not my favorite. They tend to be dry, and they don't really taste like anything. I think the only people who really like them are vegans and my mom (who is just a weirdo that likes dry chicken). These breasts though, that came from chickens raised on pasture by @wholeearthfarm, were the 🏼best🏼damn🏼chicken🏼breasts🏼I've🏼ever🏼had🏼. Ever. All I put on them was salt and pepper, and they were perfect. They tasted like chicken should taste! If you start with quality ingredients, you don't have to add a bunch of other junk to make it taste good; it already tastes good. Buying locally, sustainably grown food makes cooking for your family so much easier. And I know, I know…beets are scary…not everyone knows what to do with a whole chicken…WHY IS OKRA SO GOOEY?!? Clam down; all you have to do is ask the people you are buying it from, they can tell you how to handle their products. Talk to farmers! Try new things! You might love beets and you just don't know it yet! Don't be scared to buy food from a farmer because you don't know what to do with it. I know that I, a farmer who produces things people are scared of, would be happy to show you how to cook things that scare you; I would be willing to bet any producer would. K, I'm gonna hop down off my soap box now and go stew some gooey okra 🏼byeeeeeeee #supportlocalfarmers #knowyourfarmerknowyourfood

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