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Pastured Products Directory - Iowa




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The following farms and ranches have certified that they meet Eatwild's criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products. Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their products:


AT THE ANDERSON FARM, we raise the most luscious, lip-smackin’ lamb you’ve ever sunk your teeth into.

Grassfed lamb
Sure is tasty
Keeps you slim
In your waistie!

Our lambs are raised naturally on mother’s milk and quality, rotationally-grazed pastures. That’s why they taste so good! And no, we don’t use artificial hormones, steroids or antibiotics.

TO HELP YOU PLAN, a bundle of whole lamb typically includes:
1 package leg of lamb,
2 packages rack of lamb,
4 packages lamb chops,
2 packages lamb ribs,
4 packages lamb cubes (stew or kabobs),
3 packages ground lamb,
2 packages lamb steaks,
2 packages lamb shanks (osso bucco),
1 package sweetmeats (tongue, heart, kidneys)
1 package lamb liver.

IS THE MEAT GOVERNMENT INSPECTED? Yes. Freezer lamb is USDA inspected, cut, double-wrapped, frozen and sold as a bundle.

HOW MUCH STORAGE SPACE DO I NEED? A typical refrigerator freezer compartment can store 2 or 3 lamb bundles. Each bundle requires less than 1 ½ cubic feet of space.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? Freezer lamb sells for $7.99 per pound. Each bundle weighs approximately 25–35 pounds. Due to market fluctuations, prices are subject to change without notice.

WE ARE ENVIRO-FRIENDLY and just plain friendly. We love it when folks stop over for a farm tour and buy a lamb. Our farm borders highway 61 just 30-40 minutes from Davenport, Iowa and Rock Island, Illinois.

WHEN IS LAMB AVAILABLE? We try to have lamb ready all year but sometimes we sell out. It’s best to call or email before you come.

WOOL AND TANNED SHEEPSKINS: We have raw wool, washed wool, carded wool and hand spun yarn available. Call for prices.

Anderson Farm, Anna Anderson, 1575 Underwood Avenue; Muscatine, Iowa 52761. Call (563) 554-0785. 
E-mail:anna.i.anderson@gmail.com. Website: http://www.grassfedrecipes.com


Canaan Sheep & Timber raises grassfed lamb. The meat is available as whole animals, which is approximately 50 to 60 pounds of packaged meat. The lambs are raised exclusively on pasture and hay and are available in November/December, and March/April.

Canaan Sheep & Timber, Randall Ney, 1006 Dogwood, Wellman IA 52356. (319) 646-6696.
E-mail: randall-ney@uiowa.edu


Cory Family Farm produces and markets grass fed and finished beef, lamb, and goat. We raise meat chickens and laying hens on pasture.

We do not use soy in any of our livestock or poultry feed. Our farm practices multi-species grazing on highly productive grass land. We have converted corn and soybean land to grass.

Frozen meat is available year around. Chicken may be preordered from our website and is available in season. Cory Family Farm offers an all-natural beef snack stick that is shelf-stable and needs no apologies for the list of ingredients. The snack stick may be shipped. We do not ship frozen meat.

  • No Soy
  • No antibiotics
  • No growth hormones given
  • No synthetic fertilizers applied to pasture
  • No chemicals applied to pasture
  • Ruminants are ALL grass/forage ALL the time
  • Poultry are grass and non-gmo grains
  • Poultry are processed on-farm

Farmers Markets: Court Avenue Farmers’ Market, Des Moines, IA, Saturdays 7-12, May thru October;
Ames Main Street Market, Saturdays 8-12 May thru September.
Restaurants: HOQ Restaurant, 303 East 5th Street, Des Moines, IA.
Food Coops: Iowa Food Coop (online ordering), Farm to Folk (Ames).

Products are also available on-farm by appointment, with home delivery available and a weekly Urbandale, Iowa drop site.

Cory Family Farm, Tom and Mary Cory, 10941 NE 56th Street, Elkhart IA 50073. (515) 367-2000.
E-mail: mary@coryfamilyfarm.com. Website: http://www.coryfamilyfarm.com.


Dakota Harvest Farm is located in very extreme South Dakota, a few miles away from both Iowa and Nebraska. Dakota Harvest Farm raises Dorper lambs in a natural environment. Dorpers are a “hair” sheep rather than wool breed and are specially developed for the quality of their meat.

All of our lambs are born and raised naturally with their mothers on our pastures so we can guarantee that they’re healthy. They spend their time on pastures getting plenty of fresh air, sunshine, and clean water as they roam. In the winter months, they are fed alfalfa hay, also grown on our farm, to provide them with optimum nutrition and health. In turn, they produce a lean, healthy, nutrient dense and protein rich meat.

We don’t administer growth hormones or antibiotics. We do not feed any animal byproducts. We do not apply artificial fertilizers or chemicals on our pastures.

Our specialty items include Lamb Filet Mignon, Lamb Summer Sausage, and Smoked Leg of lamb. Other lamb products are:

  • Leg of Lamb (boneless)
  • Lamb Chop
  • Shanks
  • Spare Ribs
  • Shoulder Chop
  • Ground Lamb

We do ship our fresh lamb to your house.

Dakota Harvest Farm, Bob and Barb Corio, 33565 Dakota Road, Jefferson SD  57038. (605) 966-5490 (Call after 6 pm or leave a message.)
E-mail: info@dakotaharvestfarm.com. Website: http://www.dakotaharvestfarm.com.


Forest Hill Farm raises 100% grass fed beef from registered Red Angus cattle, and 100% grass fed lamb from our flock of Texel sheep. The beef is dry aged for flavor and tenderness. Both the cattle and sheep graze our certified organic pastures using MIG grazing practices.

Forest Hill farm offers pasture raised pork from our Gloucestershire Old Spots which also graze our certified organic pastures. Seasonal plantings of oats, buck wheat, rape seed, clover, and pumpkins add to the quality of our pork.

Pasture raised poultry is available June thru November. Free range, heritage bred turkey is available beginning in November. Duck is available beginning in September. All our livestock is raised using organic practices, however only the beef and lamb are certified organic. 

Forest Hill Farm, Glenda Plozay, St. Olaf, IA 52072. (563) 783-2670.
E-mail: foresthillfarm@netins.net. Website: http://www.foresthillfarm.com.


Galen Bontrager Farm is a 'Beyond Organic" direct marketing, grass-based farm featuring Salad Bar Beef, Salad Bar Lamb, pastured broilers, pastured turkey, and pastured eggs.  

I am a former apprentice of Polyface Inc. and Joel Salatin. Thus my animals are raised using the Joel Salatin methods that are highlighted in Michael Pollan's runaway bestseller The Omnivores Dilemma. (I'm actually mentioned in the book because I was an apprentice while Michael was there gathering the information for his book). 
 
I avoid using chemicals, growth hormones, genetically modified grains, antibiotics, dead animal parts, chicken litter, or drugs. Sales of all products can be seasonal or year-round; please contact me for availability. Custom beef is sold in wholes, halves, or quarters and custom lamb in wholes or halves. Broilers and turkeys are custom ordered, processed, and picked up at the farm. On-farm sales of non-chlorinated eggs year-round.

I do not ship food anywhere because I want to keep everything local. I encourage customers to come to the farm and connect with their food, and covet your support to keep local family farming alive and well. 

For more information check out my farm website or call me for ordering information or with any questions you may have. Joyfully at your service!

Galen Bontrager Farm, Galen Bontrager, 1840 500th Street SW, Kalona IA 52247. (319) 683-3199
Website: http://www.galenbontragerfarm.com.


Our family at Growing N Grace Natural Farm delights to provide our patrons with premium pasture products from our natural farm. We have a passion for sustainable farming, pasture raised and chemical free food.

Although we are not certified, all our farming is done with organic methods. We want a transparent trust relationship with our patrons. We offer broiler chickens, turkeys, eggs, pork, real milk through a herd share, and vegetables.

We are located in Southeastern Iowa fairly near the Iowa/Illinois border.

Growing N Grace Natural Farm, Ivy Steiner or Mahlon Steiner, 23783 North Field Road, Mediapolis IA 52637. (319) 572-9761 or (319) 572-9762.
E-mail: mikesteinerfamily@gmail.com. Website: http://www.growingngracenaturalfarm.blogspot.com.


High Land Hills is a small-scale, pasture based, sustainable, family farm located in Northeast Nebraska. Our mission is to produce meat that is good for our bodies, good for the animals and good for the land. 

We offer pastured pork by the half or whole. Our heritage breed Red Wattles are known for their exceptionally lean and juicy meat with rich beef-like taste and texture. Available only in fall, they come straight off pasture and are delivered to your local processor for optimal nutritional density. Pre-order today, limited quantity available.

Available in summer for on-farm pickups we offer beyond organic pastured poultry at below organic prices. Our broilers and free-range eggs are all-natural: no hormones, no antibiotics, just lots of fresh air, green grass, bugs and sunshine! Place your order, choose your pick up date and plan your annual day-trip out to the farm!

So invest in a deep freeze and ensure your family's year round supply of clean, healthy meat! And thank you for supporting local farms.

Serving Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa.

Farmers Markets: You can find our products at local Siouxland Farmers Markets, check our website to see where we will be that week!

High Land Hills, Ryan and Jessica Schieffer, 89119 555 Avenue, Crofton NE 68730. (402) 360-0648.
E-mail: hlhfarm@hotmail.com. Website: http://www.high-land-hills.com.


Highland Vista Farm is located 20 miles southwest of Iowa City and just 7.5 miles west of the Kalona Cheese Factory.  Our old fashioned small farm has been our family’s home since 1875. We offer BEEF, PORK and EGGS using Joel Salatin’s methods as featured in The Omnivore’s Dilemma, by Michael Pollan.

Our cattle enjoy intensively managed pasture and hay. Hogs and chickens are seasonally pasture raised, supplemented with feed Steve blends himself. We avoid chemicals and do not use hormones, g.m.o. grain or routine antibiotics. Our state-inspected retail meats are available year-round. You may also custom order bulk meat.

Steve left his engineering career in early 2006 to pursue full-time farming. Our effort is supported by you, our customer; we take NO government subsidies of any kind. Our three small children enjoy farm life as the 6th generation on the original farmstead, complete with working hand pump, windmill, bright red 1894 barn, original farmhouse and other buildings. We encourage you to visit and enjoy our high-quality, pasture raised products!

Hours: Mon-Sat, 9-6 by chance or appointment.
* Please call ahead or e-mail for more information.
* Local delivery available.

Visit Eatwild's Iowa Beyond the Farm page for a list of stores and restaurants that carry our meat and eggs.

Highland Vista Farm, Steve and Colleen Rodgers, 3268 320th Street, Wellman IA 52356. (319) 646-2989.
E-mail: hvf@netins.net.


Hutchinson Farm is a third generation farm located in Eastern Iowa near Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, and Dubuque. We sell grass fed beef in 20-pound bundles and deliver free to the Cedar Rapids area. Quarters, halves, and wholes are also available and sold on a carcass weight basis with processing done at the Edgewood Locker in Edgewood, Iowa.

Years of experience have taught us how to raise grass fed beef right without grain and still have meat quality that is among the best there is. We raise our own calves from birth so we have the right genetics and we raise our own hay and grass silage so we know no pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilizers are used on it.

Our animals live a low stress life in fresh air and on open pastures so no antibiotics are needed to keep them healthy and of course no growth hormones are used.

Beef is available seasonally in mid summer thru early fall.

My family has raised cattle on this farm for over 90 years and grassfed beef for over 10 years. We believe in grass-based agriculture and humane animal treatment.

This is a brief explanation of how we raise and market our beef. Please feel free to call or email with no obligation to buy, if you have questions.

Hutchinson Farm, Roger and Sandy Lennox, 2193 Hutchinson Road, Coggon IA 52218. (319) 270-7471.
Email: Hundnut@aol.com


The Koether Ranch offers grassfed beef on a year-round basis. We have been organic since 1985, but are not certified. We prefer to sell quarters or split halves, but we sell individual packages as well. We usually ship frozen meat 2nd Day Air in special containers.

Our goal is to provide the best possible care and diet for our animals so that our customers can get the healthiest possible meat. The cattle never eat grain. They eat fresh grass from April thru November and winter on dry hay. They are fed a combination of kelp, minerals, and refined natural salt year- round. We complete the cattle's life cycle with humane slaughter. They are killed in our corral while standing quietly and then are hauled to the processing facility. This prevents any unnecessary stress on the animal.

We usually harvest our beef in late October – early November when the animals are 16 months old. We like to have large orders placed prior to slaughter, but we try to keep a supply of frozen meat on hand year-round. We also have lamb, goat and broiler chickens as well.

This year we are looking to sell 300-400 head of Katahdin breeding stock. They are all naturally raised with no vaccines or wormers. For any further details, please feel free to call anytime.

Greg Koether, 26046 Giard Road, McGregor IA  52157. (563) 873-3385.
E-mail: ew105@yahoo.com.

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At Malabar Farm we are committed to sustainable agriculture, i.e., practices that sustain and improve our soils rather than deplete them. We feed grain only during the most severe winter weather. We are not certified organic, but we do not use supplements, growth hormones, or unnecessary antibiotics.

We usually have available natural lean beef. In season, we have natural lean lamb.

Malabar Farm, Loren Olson, 3032 Settlers Trail, St. Charles IA  50240. (641) 765-4356.


Prairie Creek Cattle Co. offers beef selected for taste and tenderness produced under a superior sustainable farming system.

We graze our cattle on salad bar mixes of grasses, legumes and forbs for an optimum diet in a management intensive grazing system. We select cattle genetics that excel on pasture and deliver more desirable cuts of meat that have outstanding flavor. We strive to make our soils healthy and mineralized for healthy mineralized food. Our use of management intensive grazing allow for supporting soil biology which in turn adds to the health of our soils. We strive to make every meal a gourmet dining experience.

We sell by the whole, half, and half of a half. We will work with you on shipping arrangements. Call or email us for more information about us and when beef will be available. Thanks, Karl and Kyle Dallefeld.

Prairie Creek Cattle Co., Karl and Kyle Dallefeld, 6729 K & K Road, Worthington IA  52078. (563) 590-7929.
E-mail: karld@iowatelecom.net.


Prairie Quest Farm has a limited number of certified organic, grassfed Angus and Red Angus beef animals available for the fall of 2002. Live animal sales only, but we will deliver to a local locker plant with payment based on carcass weight. You can arrange with family and friends to divide meat and costs. Delivery is available through mutual agreement.

Health effects of food are extremely interesting to me, and I am participating in a USDA SARE grant program exploring ways to maximize CLA levels in milk and meat. Prairie Quest is committed to maintaining and enhancing the diversity and health of the ecosystem while producing healthy food for human consumption.

Prairie Quest Farm, Daniel Specht, 12082 Iris Avenue, McGregor IA  52157. (563) 873-3873.
E-mail: danspech@mwt.net


Prairie Ridge Farms is located in the beautiful rolling hills in southern Iowa. We have a certified organic dairy farm and direct market our grassfed beef, lamb, and pastured pork. All of our animals are 100% grassfed with the exception of our hogs, which are fed small grains and milk and have access to fresh grass.

Our animals are given a fresh smorgasbord of forages at least once a day and often 2-3 times a day. Our grazing management practices provide high soil fertility, and highly mineralized soil. We believe these high quality forages result in superior quality food.

We sell all of our meat by the whole, half, or quarters. Our meat is available September-January. Please call for more information.

Prairie Ridge, Daniel Maibach, 13854 315th Street, Bloomfield IA  52537. (641) 208-5305.


PrairieSun Organics farm is located 40 miles SE of Vermillion in the northern Loess Hills and is a Certified Organic farm by the Iowa Department of Agriculture that focuses on holistic grass-based practices that creates a usda sealsmall “biosphere” of sustainability in the Little Whiskey Creek watershed, Woodbury County, Iowa.

The farm brings a wide range of biodiversity to the landscape through cooperation with nature. We raise pasture raised poultry, greenhouse vegetables, and a small amount of seasonal eggs. We also wholesale organic 100% grass-fed beef, buffalo, lamb, and dairy products for the local market. We offer seasonal pasture-raised pork.

PrairieSun Organics, Angela Jackson, 514 Valley View Drive, Vermillion SD 57069. (605) 624-1966.
E-mail: angela@prairiesunorganics.com. Website: http://www.prairiesunorganics.com.


Redball Enterprises LLC - JMB Cattle Co. Grassfed Beef, no antibiotics, no growth hormones, all natural.

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We are certified members of American Grassfed Association and Animal Welfare Approved.

Redball Enterprises LLC - JMB Cattle Co., Bill and Deb Robinson, 4413 Woodsonia CT NW, Cedar Rapids IA 52405. (319) 360-0987.
E-mail: redball@imonmail.com.


Roller Coaster Farm is a family-owned-and-operated farm located in the rolling hills of southwest Wisconsin’s beautiful Driftless Area. Our family has continually raised animals on the farm for over 30 years and it is currently operated by multiple generations of the family. We are firmly committed to the utilization of heritage breeds and natural farming methods that promote the health of our animals, our land, and our consumers.

At Roller Coaster Farm, we raise delicious, grass fed and grass finished Highland beef and Katahdin lambs as well as pastured Tamworth pork. We use Management Intensive Grazing techniques to rotate our cattle and sheep through lush pastures to produce lean, flavorful meat. Our Tamworth hogs enjoy grazing in the sunshine without any confinement for farrowing or feeding. None of our animals ever receive any added growth hormones, or sub-therapeutic antibiotics or animal bi-products.

To ensure the highest quality product and processing methods, we have partnered with Avon Locker Plant, a state inspected plant just 3 miles from the farm. Custom processing and packaging can be arranged after consultation with Avon. We direct market our products in quantities ranging from entire animals to 20-pound. variety packs as well as supplying select restaurants, catering, and processing facilities that share our vision and value our animals and their stories.

Farm visits are welcome upon request by email. We are located in the southwest corner of Wisconsin, just over an hour from Madison, and 50 minutes from both Dubuque, Iowa and Galena, Illinois.

For a current price list and availability, email us or give us a call.

Roller Coaster Farm, Charlotte Doherty, PO Box 153 / 12971 Roller Coaster Road, Darlington WI 53530. (608) 776-2718.
E-mail: rollercoasterfarm@gmail.com.


Short Shadows Farm, located just north of Sioux City, Iowa, is now offering grass-raised beef by the pound. Our inputs include: fresh pasture, clean water, sunshine, and stored hay during the winter months. The herd is comprised of full-blooded, registered, Belted Galloways. This breed wears a long winter coat, usually between four and eight inches. This winter coat negates the need for fat on the animals. We have extremely lean meat product animals that receive no shots or supplements, other than free choice natural minerals.

The Short Shadows Farm price list on meat is listed on the website along with information on our local CSA and country store.

Short Shadows Farm, Chuck Hinrichsen, 32502 Juniper Ave, Hinton IA 51024. (712) 239-6886.
E-mail: shortshadowsfarm@aol.com   Website: www.hometown.aol.com/shortshadowsfarm

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Tall Grass Bison, the largest bison producer in Iowa, maintains their herd of over 300 grass-fed bison on 1000 acres "as close to natural conditions as possible." The animals are free-range and graze on native prairie grasses; no corn or other grains are fed. Herds are managed for natural family order, an evolutionary development that minimizes stress, the precursor of pathogens, illness and tough meat. Healthy stress-free lives mean they have never needed nor been given a shot or antibiotics in their life.

Humane slaughter in the field eliminates the unnecessary stress of being transported to a slaughterhouse. Meat is dry-aged for 21 days and processed at a State Inspected locker. Bison meat is available in front quarters, hind quarters and hanging halves.

Tall Grass Bison, Bob Jackson, 1858 220th Street, Promise City IA  52583. (641) 874-5794.
E-mail: tgbison@iowatelecom.net


Thankful Harvest is a grass-based, organic farm applying organic management for the benefit of the consumer, the environment, the animals and the farm. If you grew your own food, we believe you would do it like we do. We supply 100% grass-finished beef; 100% grass-finished lamb; organic, pastured, free-range poultry (chicken and turkey); and organic, non-soy farmstead eggs.

We feed our crops minerals based on detailed soil testing so that the crops are able to put more nutrition into what the animals and the consumers eat. If the minerals are not in the soil, they cannot make it to the table. We feed our chickens organic flax which is shown to increase beneficial fatty acids in the eggs. We strive to deliver maximum human nutrition to your family's table.

We deliver to homes, food coops, and buying clubs in Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. We also ship nationwide via appropriate shipping options.

Thankful Harvest’s Tenderheart Beef, Tom and Kristi German, 5139 210th St, Holstein IA 51025-8061. (712) 830-3281.
E-mail: tom@thankfulharvest.com. Website: http://thankfulharvest.com.


Thistles & Clover is a small family farm located in western Iowa. We offer grassfed beef, pastured porkpoultry (chicken and turkeys) and farm fresh eggs. For the most up-to-date information, check out our website.

We rotationally graze our cattle herd, which helps maintain their health and the health of the pasture. Our broiler chickens and turkeys are moved onto fresh grass daily. Both are absolutely delicious. Our flock of laying hens is made up of beautiful and rare breeds. The hens roam freely all day, enjoying sunshine and exercise. The eggs produced are a lovely variety of colors including "chocolate" brown and green.

We do not use hormones or antibiotics to stimulate growth in our animals. All beef and pork is USDA inspected.

How to Buy: We deliver to Omaha year-round. You can purchase beef and pork in retail-sized packages or in bulk (whole, half, quarter). Broiler chickens and turkeys are sold whole. Please call or email us for questions or to place an order.

Thistles & Clover, Adam and Lucy Cameron, PO Box 247, Danbury, IA  51019. (712) 371-9861. 
E-mail: thistlesandclover@gmail.com.  Website: http://www.thistlesandclover.com.


Triple Creek Farm raises pastured broilers and turkeys.

Broilers are processed in our state inspected facility and are available June–August.

Giant White turkeys are processed in late November, to be fresh for Thanksgiving.

Generally, free range hen eggs can be picked up at the farm anytime.

Contact us for a short Power Point of our poultry operation.

Triple Creek Farm, Wes Moser, PO Box 77 / 2245 West Iowa Highway #9, Lester IA  51242.  (712) 478-4622.
E-mail: wesmoser@juno.com.


Wacholz Farm Grass-fed Meats offers grassfed beef and pork. We are a small farm and focus on quality for the animals.

Our cattle are rotated on pastures in spring, summer and fall. NO  antibiotics or growth hormones are given to our animals. During the winter the cattle get alfalfa hay.The feed for our cattle and pigs is all grown on our farm without herbicides and pesticides.The hogs receive grass/legume pastures and soaked oats. During the fall the hogs are fattened on fall apples; they don't receive soy in their diets.

Our beef is sold in 1/4, 1/2, or Whole. Pork is sold by 1/2, or Whole. Your animal will be processed at a locally owned and inspected butcher shop.

Wacholz farm is located near the I-35/I-90 intersection near Albert Lea, less than 10 miles north of the Iowa border. Come visit and see the animals!

Wacholz Farm Grass-fed Meats, Cazzi Wacholz, 81999 175th Street, Hayward, MN 56043. (303) 912-1499 
E-mail: cwacholz@wacholzfarm.com  Website: http://www.wacholzfarm.com


Wallace Farms is the ultimate one-stop shop for conscientious consumers who insist on only the best foods to support their family’s health.

100% Grass-Fed Beef

•   We Believe……Cows were built to eat grass, not grain
•   We Believe……Soil health is pivotal to the quality grass that our cows thrive on
•   We Believe……Cattle should be rotated to fresh pasture daily
•   We Believe……High levels of CLA in grass-fed beef support a strong mind and body
•   We Believe……Our grass-fed beef is not only healthy, but tender and flavorful
•   We Believe……Grass-fed is Best

Fresh-Air Pork

•  We Believe……Pigs should have access to plenty of mud and sunshine
•  We Believe……Agriculture should be sustainable and diversified
•  We Believe……Healthy eating gives new meaning to family life

Free-Range Chicken & Turkey

•  We Believe……Poultry need access to green pasture, bugs and sun
•  We Believe……Small family farms can be resurrected by producing quality, artisanal foods
•  We Believe……Animals should remain free of antibiotics and growth hormones

Wild-Caught Seafood

•  We Believe……Seafood should always be sustainably fished – not farm-raised
•  We Believe……Cook Inlet waters are the best in the world

Wallace Farms utilizes the “Buying Club” approach, which allows our customers to pre-order a wide variety of foods. We currently offer pick-ups at the following locations:

IOWA LOCATIONS: Ankeny, IA; Ames, IA; Cedar Rapids, IA; Clive, IA; Des Moines, IA (Downtown); Johnston, IA; Iowa City, IA.
 
ILLINOIS LOCATIONS: Chicago, IL (Downtown); Naperville, IL (Western Chicagoland) – NEW WAREHOUSE!; Wauconda, IL (NW Chicagoland).

Wallace Farms, Inc., Keystone, IA. (319) 442-3244.
E-mail: info@wallacefarms.com  Website: http://www.wallacefarms.com


Yoder's Natural Farm is nested in the rolling hills of Davis County, 15 miles from Missouri and 60 miles from Illinois. On our 159 acres we produce beef, pork, lamb, chickens, eggs, turkeys and dairy products. Dairy products are available through a private membership association.

Our farm consists of approximately 100 acres of pasture and the other 59 acres in forest—lots of oak, hickory and walnut trees. Our beef and lamb is 100 percent grass-fed, grass-finished. Chicken and pork get fed rations of non-GMO grains mixed with Fertrell minerals. Although not certified, we use organic practices. Our farming philosophy could well be likened to Joel Salatin's of Polyface Farm of Virginia.

Farmers Markets: Fairfield, Iowa, Saturdays, 8am–1pm, May through October outdoor; 9am–1pm November through April indoors.

Stores: Everybody's Whole Foods, 501 N 2nd Street, Fairfield IA 52556.

Yoder's Natural Farm, Robert Yoder,19222 Jade Avenue, Bloomfield IA 52537. (641) 664-2060.
E-mail: heritagefood31@yahoo.com.


 

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