Farm with a Mission
Our family farm involves egg laying chickens, meat goats, cows, and vegetables. Primarily, we are interested in selling eggs. Our chickens live as chickens should, free to roam over pasture with the goats, protected by our Great Pyranese dogs. The chickens are never caged once they are approximately 15 weeks old. Daily, we feed scratch grains, and they have free access to a laying ration, though they prefer to find their own food – mostly grass, bugs, worms, etc. Our flock is varied and contains Buff Orpingtons, Rhode Island Reds, Black Australorpes, Delawares, Dominiques, Cuckoo Marans, Americaunas, and will soon include Golden and Silver Laces Wyandottes. Because of the variety of breed, our eggs are various shades of brown, and approximately 2-3 eggs of every dozen are greenish blue. The yolks are a rich orange color. All profit from our farm goes to international Christian missionaries.