SkyLines Farm near Moscow ID has been growing exquisite spinning wool and premium grassfed lambs using sustainable and organic methods since 1992. In 2007 we began producing premium grassfed BEEF. Then we added pastured heritage-breed PIGS. Using time-tested management methods that respect the animals as well as the land, SkyLines Farm animals grow up happy and healthy without antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, or chemical wormers. The beef receive no grain at all; the pigs get a small ration of locally grown, non-GMO grains to supplement their pasture.
Our carefully managed rotational grazing program ensures that all the animals are dining on "salad bar fresh" green grass every day, all summer long. Research has shown that grazing animals harvested from actively growing green grass can produce the best tasting, most nutritious meats (see Jo Robinson's excellent books). We harvest SkyLines beef and pigs in October, just as they reach their peak of flavor and tenderness and before the pastures begin to retire for the winter.
Over the past 25+ years, we have worked hard to perfect our sustainable and organic management methods. And it’s working! Our practices include frequent doses of nature's miracle herb garlic; providing excellent nutrition year-round, including trace mineral supplements like kelp; rotating and resting barnyards and pastures to break parasite cycles and protect plant and soil health, and much more. Educated, thoughtful, caring animal husbandry practices help us keep all of the animals happy, healthy, vigorous...and drug free.
Visit the farm website for the whole SkyLines story, including hundreds of beautiful photos of our happy, healthy animals living the good life at SkyLines Farm of Idaho.
Purchase quarter, half, or whole beef; half or whole pig. Reserve throughout the year, with free delivery in fall to regional meeting locations. (Sorry, no shipping) We sell out every year well in advance of harvest, so place your reservation early.
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