Saturday, May 28, 2011

Beef Consumption in USA hits record low!

WASHINGTON:  Beef consumption in the USA has hit the lowest level since consumption records began in 1958.  Beef consumption fell by 1.4 pounds in 2010 to 59.7 pounds per capita.  Pork consumption fell even more at 2.2 pounds to a per capita consumptions of 48 pounds.  The fall in per capita meat consumption reflects the decline in the available domestic supply due to falling animal numbers and growing export sales.  Chicken consumption rose in 2010 in large due to slowing export sales.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Crops are planted!

We just wanted to praise the Lord for allowing us, and all of our family and friends to get their crops planted this spring.  It has been a very difficult year to get in the fields due to the heavy rain and storms.  The Lord gave us nearly 10 days of weather that allowed the tractors to roll out of the shed and plant all those little seeds that in time will hopefully reap a bountiful harvest come fall.  These farmers put in huge days, some working around the clock to get their livelihood planted into the rich Indiana soil.  Many having mothers and wives bring them lunch and supper out to the field, each making the sacrifice it takes to complete the task.  God bless each one of you for contributing to feed families all around the world and those right in our own neighborhood. 

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Chicken, Turkey, and Geese coming soon!

Many of our farm customers have enjoyed the difference between our farm raised chicken, and store bought chicken.  You can taste the difference!  We are still raising chickens and have decided to bring you pastured turkeys, geese, and ducks.  These birds will be ready for your family to enjoy coming this fall, just in time for all the great holiday gatherings.  Place your order, to be sure and have a bird reserved just for you!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011


We have had several of our customers ask when we would have some beef and pork ready.  We are currently taking orders for grass fed beef, and pastured pork.  The grass fed beef and pork have been raised on our pasture, and have been raised to our strict requirements.  You will find the beef lean, flavorful and very heart healthy with only 2.2 grams of fat, Cholesterol 35, & Calories at 144 based on a 4 ounce cut of beef.  (Results taken from a comparable Corriente beef animal tested at BodyCote, Inc. food science lab)

The first beef will be processed towards the end of May, with Pork being ready the first of June.
Call us at 765-414-9352 or email Monica at for any questions or to place your orders.