NZ Whites / Colored
Under 8 weeks = $5.00
Breeding Does= $10.00
These are fresh/frozen for those wishing to tan hides (call to reserve)
Healthy Rabbits for Pets, Stock or Meat. We raise farm fresh rabbits without medication, hormones or antibodies. They receive fermented grains (largely barley). This gives them a higher digestible food source. It also has proved much healthier in that when we first started out, doing what everyone else does ---feeding pellets from the store. We have learned via experience that rabbits on pellets ALWAYS butchered out with white spots on their livers! On our current feed regimen I have noticed one spot among a butcher day of 20 rabbits; (but even that day we butchered some older non-producing does, so it was likely age & not feed-related!) We also supplement their day with fresh cut alfalfa and fiber-rich 'weeds' that rabbits naturally love (seasonal) or alfalfa hay.
Did you know rabbits love to play? Yes, aside of the mineral block, they also get toys like fresh apple and maple branches, and nature's 'ball'=pine cones! Oatmeal containers with the bottom taken out make the greatest 'tunnels' for our kits to play in... so if you have one on your visit, you can pick who gets an extra special playtime :)
Good pets, but here's our plug about the benefits of rabbit meat: Low in cholesterol, Low in calories, Low in saturated fats, High in protein, All white meat, 100% of the RDA for B12
Unsexed chicks $1.00, Juvenile pullets $4.00 Laying hen $10.00 Bantams $2, $7 & $12
Eggs $2.00 mixed dozen
Our chickens are fed a mixture of oats, corn and black oil sunflower seeds that are soaked over night. This allows for better digestion and absorption of health beneficial enzymes produced during the sprouting period. Our hens also free range all day long so they are able forage for bugs, worms and insects for protein. Because of this our egg composition is not like your ordinary white egg you can get at the grocery store. Our yokes are deep in color and the egg whites are thick, not runny. This allows them to be high in Omega 3.
Don't keep your egg cartons for golf balls!... bring them to us for 'recycling'!
Typical regional pricing, call for availability of wethers, kids, milking does, or stud service (our buck, "Shadow" came from Marlee Farms of Delaware OH, and He's a beautiful specimen!).
We take pride in our herd and register our goats as members of the American Dairy Goat Association.
Our herd is disbudded, vaccinated, tagged, registered, dewormed and trimmed for success!
We raise the Alpine breed of goat for their wonderful milk production. We make our own cheese, yogurt, sour cream and everyone's favorite: Icecream!
Tasty food comes from a healthy diet, and our goats have access to grassy pasture, fresh alfalfa and brush. We also supplement with a favorite snack of oats, BOSS & brewer's grain.
The benefits of grazing...
Goat meat is high in protein and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a unique and potent antioxidant naturally produced through grazing. Goat meat is very similar to the flavor of beef!
Pictured above... Our winners at the 2017 Hancock County Fair
A 4-H competition... 2015 Top 10 Finalist: Inspire a Future Scientist
Gary made it into the August 2014 volume of "The Stockman Grass Farmer". This being a small newspaper, they don't have full volumes online, but their website is here: www.stockmangrassfarmer.com
Gary is a Weston A. Price Chapter Leader: http://www.westonaprice.org/
Believing that the Creator’s design is still the best pattern for the biological world, the Salatin family invites like-minded folks to join in the farm’s mission: to develop emotionally, economically, environmentally enhancing agricultural enterprises and facilitate their duplication throughout the world.
A 4-H competition....one of the 2 newspaper articles. (The video appears above.) Good job Paul, a fine production, and also to Andrew for his great acting job!