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Our beef is grass fed and grazed on herbicide and pesticide free pastures here on our 44-acre Sharon farm. We do not use any antibiotics or growth hormones. Along with the grass and other forage in the field, we supplement our cows with local grain. Rotational grazing also helps us preserve the land as it helps with soil health and building a healthy grass root system. During the winter months, we allow access to our barn and leave the doors open for continual access to the pasture. The barn is outfitted with water and adequate bedding to make the cows as comfortable as possible. We typically grow Black Angus, Hereford, and Angus-Hereford Cross cattle breeds. We purchase most of our calves from Glen and Joan Veit out of Canterbury, CT, about 60 miles away from our farm.
We source our lambs from The Historic Freegrace Marble Farm in Sutton, MA. They pasture raise their animals on 63 acres of farmland in use since the mid 19th century. They are raised in a natural environment – they are humanely handled without the use of electric prods, and have never been treated with antibiotics or hormones.
We buy our piglets from Mark and Anne Ammons who manage Hunnewell Farm in Wellesley, MA. Once on our historic 44-acre farm, we raise the pigs outdoors where they are free to forage. They also have access to a barn, and move from outside to inside at their freedom. We never use any type of crates or small confinement, nor do we dock tails or use nose rings. The pigs are able forage, and we supplement vegetarian feed.
Crescent Ridge Apiary consists of 4 hives which arrived at the farm in February 2020. The hives house over 250,000 bees, which were supplied by Dave Borah of Borah's Bees in Needham, MA. The hives are well insulated and strapped down to the earth to protect them from the cold winter conditions in the fields.
Local. Healthy. Sustainable.
Grass-fed beef has 2 to 6 times more Omega-3s than corn-fed beef and 75% less total fat.