Local. Ethical. Flavorful.
Raising nutrient-dense food while improving the environment is not easy, but it is worth it.
Serving the local food needs of East Tennessee.
What We Grow
Pasture-raised and pasture-finished lamb without any medications or supplemental feed.
Free-range, organic-fed chicken eggs year round. Duck eggs when available.
Pasture-raised and organic-fed whole chickens and turkey.
Quality. Not quantity.
Why You’ll Love Us
Quality food is hard to find. I am not just referring to food that tastes good, nor am I just referring to “health” food. I am referring to food that is holistically beneficial for people and the land. I am talking about regenerative agriculture. In an ideal world, our food should be:
- Nutrient Dense
This is what we strive for every day.
- Brining a Bauernhof TurkeyIf you really want a flavorful roast turkey with juicy white and dark meats it’s going to take a little time…but it’s worth it. — Alton Brown Classic Wet-Brined Roast Turkey This recipe is loosely based on Alton Brown’s “GoodContinue reading “Brining a Bauernhof Turkey”
- Bauernhof TurkeysSince nature has the most sustainable ecosystem and since ultimately agriculture comes out of nature, our standard for a sustainable world should be nature’s own ecosystem. — Wes Jackson Pasture-raised, organic-fed whole roasting turkeys: $10/lb We raise Broad-Breasted White Turkeys.Continue reading “Bauernhof Turkeys”
- Buying a whole Bauernhof LambThe real path to natural farming requires that a person know what unaltered nature is, so that he or she can instinctively understand what needs to be done – and what must not be done – to work in harmonyContinue reading “Buying a whole Bauernhof Lamb”