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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you ship to my area?

We ship to the 48 contiguous states, so everywhere in the USA except Alaska and Hawaii. Just enter your zip and email when in our online store to create your personalized online store with only the products we offer and ship to your area.


Do you offer RAW milk?

Currently, our farm is not setup to provide raw milk at this time. However, we do refer our customers living in Indiana to a trusted and reliable farm called Pasture’s Delights. This farm is located in Decatur, IN and their Raw Milk is available through a “Herd-Share” program. Visit them at pasturesdelights.com, or call 260-366-6455.
We do however offer a gently pasteurized whole, non-homogenized 100% Grass-fed Organic milk to our customers living in Indiana.


How do I see prices?

Simply create a free farm account by entering your zip code and email address so that we can provide you with the most accurate and specific pricing and delivery information that we can. Our desire in this is to make sure that customers receive an accurate representation of total cost while shopping and don't get any surprise fees at checkout due to shipping costs.


How do you ship my eggs?

We ship eggs nationwide using our cushioned boxes and egg carton "snuggler" inserts. We have much more information and a video showing how our eggs for home delivery are packaged (see for yourself here). Our delicious eggs are pasture packed which means they are super fresh, and often less than a week from being laid when you receive them. They have a shelf life of 6-7 weeks, and do not require refrigeration during transit or once they arrive at your home.


Do you sell larger bundles of beef?

Yes, we do, and we even deliver to your door. We generally have our 1/8th Beef Box available throughout the year, and make the 1/4 and 1/2 boxes available seasonally, such as during our Winter Beef Sale in Jan-Feb of each year.


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