We believe a healthy soil grows healthier food. But a healthy soil doesn’t just hold roots, it’s a habitat for organisms vital to plant growth.
In order to care for our soil organisms, use of machinery is avoided; instead, our innovative techniques integrate livestock rotation and vegetable production.
Sheep lead the cycle, grazing grasses and other greens. In garden areas, pigs are then used to dig and turn the soil. Finally, chickens follow, scratching the surface seeking bugs and plants. After resting the land, vegetables will be planted into the rich soil we’ve created.
This combination of biological diversity imitates the natural cycles of an ecosystem, allowing our farm to produce healthy, delicious food while restoring the environment.
Trevor Cooper ~ Farmer