Majesty Farm is a small, family-owned farm dedicated to providing fresh healthfully raised foods from a perspective of sustainable local agriculture. We have a herd of mixed beef and dairy cattle, and a herd of mixed dairy and meat goats. We also sell pastured lamb and hope to have milk sheep in the future.
All beef cattle, sheep and meat goats are solely on pasture that is free of pesticides and herbicides. They are also given free-choice kelp and Redmond mineral salts at all times, and hay in the winter. We use no hormone implants, fly control medicines, or routine vaccines or antibiotics. Our milk cows and milk goats are given a grain ration in the milking shed that consists of corn, oats, barley, alfalfa pellets, flax seed, sunflower seeds, distiller grain, probiotics, and yeast. We use predominately organic ingredients, although we do not have organic sunflower or barley available to us. All our milkers are soy-free, assisting in well-digested dairy products. We strive for quality over quantity.
In addition to our naturally raised pastured beef, we raise chevon (young goat) and provide our CSA supporters fresh raw dairy products and soaps made from chemical-free fats. Duck and chicken eggs, herbs, vegetables, and pastured poultry are available seasonally. Family milk goats, as well as pet goats and brush goats are also available. Our pastured beef is sold by the quarter, half, or whole beef, and our pastured chevon and lamb by the half or whole for delivery in June and October. There are openings at other times, call for availability. The meat is processed and dry-aged locally by a USDA-inspected, family-owned slaughterhouse.
We welcome scheduled visits to the farm, but as we are a working farm must discourage drop-bys.
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