We are a nonprofit store that allows our local farmers/vendors a six-days-a-week brick and mortar market. A Meal That Counts as well as its farmers help to create sustainability for its communities by giving back to help fight food anxiety within the community. We opened our doors October 2020 and we have helped many families and seniors in our community since. We have partnered with 30+ vendors and farmers since opening. A Meal That Counts feeds over 35 families in the school district every other week and over 20+ seniors M-F. Our mission is to help bring our local farmers and community back together again creating sustainability with and for the community.
Italian Bed and breakfast and Sustainable learning center with a 10 acre organic farm We host a Farmers Market for free for local farmers. We are a B&B that supports local food. We sell honey, pickles and other food items. Just starting to grow elderberries. We are open to bringing children to learn about earth and soil with our addition of Casa Somerset Sustainable learning center. We do source from local farmers for dinners and cooking classes.
Clark and Susan Duffy started the Chapman Creek Cattle Company to help their family be healthy and stay slim. Our mission is to provide the highest quality 100% certified grass-fed beef for ourselves and to our customers.
We sell our certified grass-fed beef by the side. We take orders year around for cattle that are processed in the spring and fall each year. We provide FREE DELIVERY to your home in Kansas City area.
Our beef is certified grass-fed by the American Grass-fed Association and is "From the Land of Kansas." Our certified grass-fed beef is naturally lean, yet tender and flavorful, something only a truly natural product can provide. It has a firm texture and distinctively rich flavor you are sure to enjoy.
We select only the finest calves for our certified grass-fed program and nurture them in our native pastures in the Kansas Flint Hills. These cattle never receive antibiotics or hormones and are finished naturally at pasture. They are never fed grain or in a feedlot environment. All our cattle are dry-aged and processed to your specifications one at a time at Farview Farms in Topeka. For more information on pricing, delivery or other questions please see our website at www.KansasGrassfedBeefCompany.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello! We are David's Pasture: a multi-generational multi-family multi-species pasture-based farm just east of the KC area started in 2011 by the Kesten family. We believe in working with Creation to heal the ground and ourselves. We raise cattle swine chickens turkeys and ducks out on pasture using intensive rotation and regenerative practices. We want to build up healthy soil and raise happy animals! We also want a more transparent food system: come tour our farm in the summer and see what we do. We deliver meats and eggs to homes like yours on a weekly basis. We support other local businesses by partnering with them in livestock production or offering their products on our website at davidspasture.com.
In 2003, we began growing organic fruits and vegetables on Rebecca’s family farm in rural, northeastern Clay County, Missouri. We focus on building the soil through biological farming methods, including extensive cover cropping. The farm is home to two farmers, two cats, 140 hens, two roosters and countless frogs, butterflies, birds and insects.
Our infrastructure is focused on sustainable energy and includes a passive solar greenhouse, 30 gpm solar-powered irrigation system, electric tractor and utility vehicle, and a 20kW solar array. The 200+ acre family farm is planted in native grasses, good habitat for deer, turkey, quail, coyotes, and many other species of wildlife.
We grow an acre of crops for our live culture fermented krauts, kimchi and pickles, as well as a large community garden for ourselves and our workers. A laying flock of 80 pastured hens provides eggs for the crew and customers at the farmers market. Our fermented foods are produced on the farm in our commercial kitchen and are sold through subscription, at the Brookside Community Market and local stores. In 2019, we installed an alley-cropping system of berms and swales with perennial plantings. This work is ongoing and next stages include planting more tree and shrubs along with the incorporation of a small flock of sheep.
Our farm is 50 miles south of Kansas City in Adrian, MO. We offer grass-fed grass-finished beef & lamb, forest-raised pork, pasture-raised chicken and turkey. Our goal is to provide you with naturally raised wholesome food using regenerative farming methods that mimic the patterns found in nature. We use rotational grazing to raise our cattle and sheep. They are moved daily around our farm to new pastures and fresh forage. The chickens and turkeys live out on pasture in mobile coops. We move them every morning to a clean area of pasture where they can scratch and range for grasses and bugs in addition to their non-GMO feed.
What is forest-raised pork? Pigs that live in the forest! This is the ideal environment for a pig. They use their snout to root around and turn up the ground uncovering food on the forest floor. They also have access to non-GMO feed. Good bacon comes from happy pigs!
An urban farm sitting on terraced land we use a mixture of garden beds, hydroponic tables and containers totaling 5,800 feet. We grow and deliver vegetables, microgreens, fruit and herbs cultivated using organic farming practices.
Fruitful Hills strives to supply high quality, soil-grown products. We started with vegetables 12 years ago, and have added eggs, chicken, turkey, beef, pork, dairy, honey, canned goods, cornmeal, and popcorn to our subscribers. The tight-knit Christian community practices horse-drawn farming, using organic practices to ensure healthful food for your family. We now have 8 families producing vegetables, dairy, pork, poultry, lamb, eggs, and honey. fruit. We deliver year-round, using high tunnel hoop houses in the winter months for fresh, local, field-grown greens and produce.