Our New York Farm Delivers

100% Grass Fed Beef and Lamb, Pastured Chicken, and Pastured Pork

Real Food from a Real Farm


  • Your order is carefully packed with an insulated liner and dry ice to ensure it arrives in pristine condition
  • Order by Monday for Wednesday delivery
  • Free shipping on orders over $200


  • All beef and lamb is 100% grass fed and finished
  • Pork and chicken is pastured
  • Chicken is fed certified organic grain
  • Want to know more about how we raise our livestock? Here’s how we farm.


  • A real farm in beautiful central New York
  • Committed to healthy livestock and land
  • Have a question? Get in touch!

How It Works

1.) Shop for your favorites

2.) We pack your order

3.) It arrives on your doorstep

4.) You cook a delicious meal

5.) Feel good

6.) Go for a walk with a friend!

Farm Favorites

  • Grass Fed Ground Beef
    Grass Fed Ground Beef
    Price/lb: $9.55
    Estimated weight: 1.00 lbs
    Price: $9.55
  • Boneless Chicken Breast
    Boneless Chicken Breast
    Price/lb: $15.99
    Estimated weight: 1.80 lbs
    Price: $28.78
  • Ground Turkey
    Ground Turkey
    Price/lb: $13.99
    Estimated weight: 1.10 lbs
    Price: $15.39
  • Ground Pork
    Ground Pork
    Price/lb: $9.95
    Estimated weight: 1.00 lbs
    Price: $9.95

Farm Thoughts

  • Gratitude vs. Thanksgiving
    Gratitude journals are fairly thick on the ground these days. Try to find a solution to most any problem, from raising an adolescent to an obsession with chocolate chip cookies to an abiding fear of the end of the world, and in no time someone will be telling you that starting each day by scrawling […]
  • Lab Grown Meat, Industrial Chicken, and a path Forward
    On this blog I often take an interesting piece of news or commentary as a jumping off point. When it’s news — such as my post on porcine protein being grown in soybeans — I can offer useful context and analysis. When it’s a more involved project — like last week’s discussion of Walmart and […]
  • Walmart Wants to be Regenerative
    Walmart would have you believe that it is all in on sustainable agriculture. It’s already the largest seller of organic groceries in the country, and it generously supports research into less environmentally damaging farming methods. It has publicly committed to becoming a “regenerative company.” Exactly what this means for the food system is far from […]
  • Anger, Hope, and Saving Seeds
    Believe it or not, I sometimes think this is the best time in history to be a farmer. I don’t mean economically – in most places it’s harder than ever for small farms to stay afloat – but in terms of actual farming. There are tools, like the portable electric fencing that allows the grazing […]
  • Missing Frost
    A few years back we had a frost hard enough to kill the squash on August 31st. Never mind that the rest of September was warm and sunny, with hardly a night below 50, summer was over. Unlike the last frost of spring, which exists first as a possibility, then as a probability, and only […]