What We Raise for You!

Pastured EggsPastured Eggs
The chicks are housed in a “Hen Condo” and follow the cows in their grazing rotation. The Condo is an 8’ x 16’ portable henhouse allowing the laying hens free-range within secured electrified netting.

IMG_7902Pastured Dairy
Sweet Pea and her calf, Clover, are grass fed with a small amount of all natural, non GMO grain from a local provider, Sunrise Farms. Our grass is rich and ample, and hay fed during the winter months is straight from our clean, non-pesticide grass. Small amounts of grain are given to keep our girl content in the headlock and support our local producers.

Pastured BroilersPastured Broilers
Somerset Farms use 9’ x 9’ x 6’ high floorless, portable field coop housing accommodating 40-50 birds growth room for the eight-week stay. Moved daily to a fresh pasture paddock, these birds receive fresh air, exercise, sunshine, and fresh greens.

IMG_5360Pastured Broad Breasted White Turkeys
We use 12’ x 20’ high floorless, portable field coop housing accommodating 30 birds for the eight-week stay. Moved daily to a fresh pasture paddock, these birds receive fresh air, exercise, sunshine, and fresh greens.

Rabbits in a hutchForage-Based Rabbits
The rabbits are housed in elevated pens above the chickens in a custom-made pen called the “Raken” (Rabbit-Chicken) house. The breeding stock receives unmediated alfalfa pellets and hay or cut-and-carry fresh greens.
Stewing HensStewing Hens
We keep layers for two production years. At the two-year cycle, their production cycle diminishes and is dressed out. Although they are tougher than the young broilers, the taste is superior and the broth is delicious.

Salad-Bar BeefSalad Bar Beef
Herbivores in nature exhibit />three characteristics: mobbing for predator protection, movement daily onto fresh forage and away from yesterday’s droppings, and a diet consisting of forage only – no dead animals, no chicken manure, no grain, and no fermented forage.
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