Our New York Farm Delivers


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

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: $14.49
    Estimated weight: 1.90 lbs
    Price: $27.53
  • 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

A Real, Small Farm


Convenient

  • 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

Healthy

  • All beef and lamb is 100% grass fed and finished
  • Pork and chicken is pastured
  • Chicken is certified organic

Local

  • 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 Thoughts

  • Ethical Monks vs. Skyscraper Lettuce
    In an increasingly homogenized food system, chartreuse stands out, both because it has three centuries of history and because it is bizarre. Compounded from a secret blend of hundreds of herbs, sugar, and alcohol, the liquor is sweet, pungent, bitter, and complex. Carthusian monks sworn to vows of silence produce it. Its story is interwoven […]
  • Whiskey Mold and the Problems of Scale
    When an alcoholic spirit is aged in a wood barrel, an interesting process takes place. Because wood is porous, over time a small amount of the liquid inside a barrel will pass through the walls and evaporate. This is an extremely slow, but over the course of years the amount adds up. While more water […]
  • Super Pigs are the New Murder Hornets
    I read a recent report about Canadian super pigs with great interest. They sound pretty intimidating — a result of hybridization between wild boar and domestic pigs, these porkers are big and smart enough to survive brutal winters. They build snow forts. They are eerily smart. Their numbers are growing, and they will soon be […]
  • The Difference Between Diet and Exercise
    A couple days ago Alanna and I were discussing an interesting difference between diet and exercise. While people certainly have opinions about exercise, there seems to be noticeably less emotion attached to them than their views on diet. Exercise is a tool, while diet is a way of life. I know, I know, I’m saying […]
  • Why One Farm Shouldn’t Raise a Million Pigs
    What do you call a farm this is bigger than a factory farm? A mega farm? For years now pork producers in China have been building production units that resemble high rise prison blocks more than anything agricultural. While American factory hog farms average about nine thousands animals each, the Chinese ones can hold hundreds […]