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209 Hyppa Rd E
Rochester, WA 98579
On our farm each animal has a place in the interwoven fabric of a farm. The sheep eat all the weeds and grasses the cows were not interested in. The pigs dig out the barn where the sheep spend the winter, the chickens eat the grain the pigs spill, and the bees add sweetness to the whole thing. The animals also give us manure that gets spread on the fields as fertilizer.
We practice rotational grazing, which means the cows and the sheep get moved to a clean pasture every few days. This not only helps keep the animals healthy by reducing parasites but also makes for healthier pastures. When you have healthy pastures you have healthy animals. In addition to good grass we provide our animals with salt and minerals, something they are not able to receive from our Western Washington pastures. Our goal is to have happy healthy animals. Animals that are content are easy to take care of. Their purpose, after all, is to provide healthy meat for many.
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Region: Thurston County
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