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
Brookshire Farm produces
grass finished, dry aged beef, pastured veal, and meat goats.
Our animals are fed on open pastures without growth supplements,
growth stimulants, antibiotics, or other synthetic additives.
At Brookshire Farm we are committed
to our small farm's tradition of sustainable agriculture. We are the
6th continuous generation to live on the land and in the farmhouse
which was built in the 1840s. We value our tradition that safeguards
the environment and promotes animal welfare while producing food that
is nutritious, wholesome, and delicious.
You can preorder your beef
whole, half, or as a split half. (A split half is half of a front quarter
and half of a hindquarter, which yields a selection of cuts from both.)
Seasonally we sell cuts of veal by the pound and whole goats. Email
or call to participate in our next offering. For more information visit
Brookshire Farm, Anne and Ben
Brookshire Road, Abbeville LA 70510. (337) 893-5115.
Butterfield Farm is a small, family owned
and operated farm. We raise and market hormone-free, grass fed beef directly
to the public using the community sustained agriculture (CSA) model.
Our dream is to provide a healthy product that the public will enjoy,
educational opportunities for the public through "Agri-tourism" and
to expose our customers to our "Family" way of life. You and
your family are invited to come join us on the farm and learn about what
Our cattle are raised here on our pastures
and eat only our carefully grown grasses. We do not treat them with growth
hormones or additives. Butterfield
Farm cattle roam freely, live stress-free lives, and are never brought
to a feedlot. We use sustainable farming practices that support our local
community, reduce pollution, and fortify the land.
We have a limited amount of beef shares available
sold on a first-come, first-served basis. One share consists of
one quarter of beef sold as a split half, just over 100 pounds. You may
purchase as many shares as you like. Your beef will be processed
into retail cuts and wrapped at a state licensed facility and available
for pick up or local delivery at the end of the season.
You may contact us by phone, email, or use our website to reserve your
share(s) using Paypal!
Butterfield Farm, The Butterfield Family, 228
Butterfield Lane, Pollock LA 71467. (318) 899-5789.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://www.butterfieldfarm.net.
At Earth Friendly Farms,
the cows rule! We raise grass-fed beef without any hormones
or antibiotics. These free-ranged calves have plenty of fresh water
and sunshine. Grass is highly managed to maintain top-quality forage
for animals. Will sell live in 1/4, 1/2 or whole. Will deliver live
animal to state-inspected processing facility within 150 miles of SW
Earth Friendly Farms, 11574 Hwy 190, Kinder LA
EquiTerra Farm is a small
horse-powered organic farm 40 miles north of Baton Rouge. We raise
pastured broilers free of hormones and antibiotics. Our farm
fresh broilers graze on lush pastures grown without chemical fertilizers,
herbicides, or pesticides. We also raise premium quality blueberries,
figs, muscadines, blackberries and assorted vegetables.
Broilers are sold frozen from the farm all summer
or fresh on the day of processing. Fruit and vegetables are sold at the
Red Stick Farmers' Market, the St. Francisville
Farmers' Market or on
the farm. Broiler orders may be placed at market or phoned in. Farm visits
are welcome with advance notice. For more information or to place an
order, please call or e-mail.
EquiTerra Farm, Paul Davidson, 12798 Muse
Lane, Clinton LA
Gotreaux Family Farms is a small-scale family
farm that offers a variety of wholesome foods. Available to you are
pastured poultry, ducks, lamb, eggs from pastured chickens and
Tilapia fish which are all fresh on our farm and free from added chemicals,
antibiotics, and hormones.
We are located in Scott, LA which is a suburb of
Lafayette—five minutes off I–10. E-mail or call with any
question anytime between the hours of 8 AM and 8 PM, Monday through Saturday.
Gotreaux Family Farms, Brian & Dawn Gotreaux, 205
Facile Road, Scott LA 70583. (337) 873-0383.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.gofamilyfarms.com/
Hollywood Livestock is a sustainable multi-species operation in Zachary, LA. All of the meats provided by Hollywood Livestock are from animals that are born, pastured, raised, processed, and packaged in Louisiana.
Our goals are to improve and repair our soils using careful practices. Under our care none of our meat producing animals have been injected with or administered any hormones or antibiotics. Our beef cattle are strictly raised on forages in the pasture and are never fed grain or animal byproducts. Our pork is only heritage breeds and pasture-raised from birth, they are also fed a supplemental grain feed ration. These animals are raised in a pastured environment that is as close to natural as possible. Also, we believe in handling all animals in a manner that is humane and appropriate for human consumption.
We are taking deposits for our weekly pastured eggs list. Sheep, Turkeys, Poultry, and ducks are in the future!
To learn more about our beef and pork CSA and to see our prices, visit our website.
We will do deliveries to certain areas in Baton Rouge.
Visit our website for more information.
Hollywood Livestock, Garrison Landry, Baton Rouge, LA 70805. (225) 288-2387.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://www.hollywoodlivestock.com.
Inglewood Farm is committed to raising our animals using sustainable farming practices that include pasturing, crop rotation and natural environment habitats. Our Red Angus cows move from pasture to pasture and within our crop rotation and are never fed grain. The heritage breed of Berkshire Hogs roam freely in the nature preserve that borders the east side of our farm as well as into pastures that provide a natural environment. The laying hens on Inglewood move along the pecan orchards and are housed in the “chicken bus” and a converted cotton trailer. Everything grown in the ground at Inglewood is organically certified and everything grown on the ground uses natural, pastured practices.
Our mission is to provide healthy choices for our customers while at the same time improving our soils through good practices. All animals are treated with respect and raised in as natural habitat as possible. None are treated with hormones or antibiotics.
Inglewood products, which include produce, pork, eggs, beef, pecans and berries, are sold at various farmer’s markets including the weekly Harvest Barn Market at Inglewood every Saturday where we offer multiple vendors, live music and wagon rides through the vegetable fields. Our products are also available through seasonal CSA subscriptions.
Currently our pork is available in retail cuts at markets and whole, half, and primal cuts for wholesale.
Please visit our website or Facebook page to learn more about all that we do and how you can be a part of the Inglewood experience.
Inglewood Farm, Lee Weeks, 6287 Old Baton Rouge Hwy, Alexandria LA 71302. (318) 442-6398.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website:
At Iverstine Family Farms we produce high quality, all-natural, nutritional foods for our community. We currently offer Pastured Broilers, Grass-Fed Lamb, Pastured Holiday Turkeys, Heritage pastured Berkshire Hogs, and 100% grass-finished Beef.
We aim to respect the design of creation by working with the resources that nature has provided for us. We see ourselves as stewards of the land driven to develop sustainable growth techniques. We seek transparency in all that we do, through responsible farming practices that respect the land and the animals that we raise. We strive to build a relationship with our customers that gives them access to their food from the farm to the table.
Please visit our website for more information on tours, our practices, and how to purchase our products.
Iverstine Family Farms, Galen R. Iverstine, 2973 Newman Road, Kentwood LA 70444.
The Naked Hog – Our family, having tired of bland food and feeling the need to reconnect with more traditional values, set out on an adventure. We moved from the city onto a plot of land in the country and started The Naked Hog. We've sought to bring back traditional husbandry and raise our animals with more natural methods. Currently on the farm we have pigs, goats, chickens (meat and eggs), turkeys and veggies, with both being raised on rotational pasture.
We seek to produce superior food that brings flavor and nutrition back to the dinner table.
The Naked Hog, Wes Blair, 17580 Hwy 450, Franklinton, LA 70438. (985) 221-7225.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://thenakedhog.com
Shady Grove Ranch produces the best quality pasture-raised meats and eggs you can find in the East Texas and Shreveport area. Our products include 100% grass-fed beef, soy-free, non-GMO pasture-raised pork, and truly pastured soy-free poultry, including whole chickens, Thanksgiving turkeys, and fresh eggs.
We use old-fashioned breeds that are hardy and produce well on a natural diet. We focus on utilizing rotational management, “buffet-style” mineral supplementation, total avoidance of chemicals and drugs, and fully finishing our animals on appropriate diets. This means that cows only eat grass, and pigs, chickens, and turkeys forage freely and are supplemented with non-genetically-modified, non-soy grains. Our animals never remain on a fixed patch of ground indefinitely—they are moved regularly, according to season and herd size, to ensure good nutrition and avoidance of disease and parasites.
We only process animals that are nice and fat to ensure amazing flavor, excellent tenderness, and plenty of marbling. Our meat is not extremely lean like some grass-based producers. We believe that most of the goodness about grass-fed beef and pastured pork and chicken is in the fat, so we ask our butcher not to trim, and we select animals for slaughter that are in good body condition—not too fat, not too slim. Animal protein with a moderate amount of fat is tastier, more filling, and easier to digest than leaner meat. Our animals are bred for efficient pasture-fattening and they eat diets appropriate to their species The fat on our animals is buttery, flavorful, and rich. It is nothing like greasy, filmy corn-fed beef fat! And you have never tried a real pork chop until you have one from our Large Black pigs. Caution: After tasting Shady Grove Ranch products, you may never be able to eat store-bought meat again!
We sell by-the-cut and in bulk. We welcome visitors to our operation so that you can learn where your food comes from and know how it is really produced. We offer farm tours and encourage you to sign up for our semi-monthly newsletter to receive information (but never spam!) about our specials, practices, events, and more.
Shady Grove Ranch, Jerica Cadman, 539 Shady Grove Road, Jefferson TX 75657. (903) 665-7076.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.shadygroveranch.net.
Louisiana page updated December 1, 2017