Local Partner Farms
The majority of the meat raised for our CSA members comes from our farm in Oregon City. However, our farm is only 10 acres, so we’ve been creating relationships with fellow like-minded farmers who are just as passionate about raising animals the right way.
All of them are small scale family farms located in the vicinity of Portland. We’ve assured their welfare standards are as high as our own and we’re proud to have them raise animals for us.
Located in Molalla, Oregon
Sue and Rick Martson raise all of the beef for our CSA. They have been breeding Scottish Highland Cattle for decades and do an amazing job. Highland Cattle are a smaller breed with horns and a shaggy coat that thrive being ranged outdoors on grass.
Website: Martson Farm
Croakers Crossing Farm
Located in Beaverton, Oregon
Jenna and Dave are helping us raise free-range chickens. They have a multi-species farm where cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, and ducks all intermingle on the pastures. Red Rangers are a breed of chicken that grows more slowly, which allows them to be healthy and energetic. Their farm is part of the Oregon Pasture Network.
Website: Croakers Crossing Farm
Located in Sweet Home, Oregon
Mary and Brian Moon help raise lamb for the CSA. They are Animal Welfare Approved and part of the Oregon Pasture Network. They breed and raise Katahdin sheep, which shed their wool in the spring and produce incredible tasting lamb.
Website: Moonlight Farm
Located in Beavercreek, Oregon
Christina and Zach are in the process of converting an old Christmas tree farm into healthy pastures using pigs to plow up the fields and return fertility to the land. They are dedicated to raising great pork and we’re happy to include their animals in the CSA.
Website: Campfire Farms
Hidden River Farm
Located in Montesano, Washington
Evan and Lucia have an awesome farm where they grow organic grain and breed heritage pigs. The pigs help fertilize the fields, and they use the grain to help feed the pigs! We are excited to be starting a partnership with them to raise some of the pigs for our CSA.
Website: Hidden River Farms