Yoder's Natural Farm is nested in the rolling hills of Davis County, 15 miles from Missouri and 60 miles from Illinois. On our 159 acres we produce beef, pork, lamb, chickens, eggs, turkeys and dairy products. Dairy products are available through a private membership association.
Our farm consists of approximately 100 acres of pasture and the other 59 acres in forest—lots of oak, hickory and walnut trees. Our beef and lamb is 100 percent grass-fed, grass-finished. Chicken and pork get fed rations of non-GMO grains mixed with Fertrell minerals. Although not certified, we use organic practices. Our farming philosophy could well be likened to Joel Salatin's of Polyface Farm of Virginia.
Farmers Markets: Fairfield, Iowa, Saturdays, 8am–1pm, May through October outdoor; 9am–1pm November through April indoors.
Stores: Everybody's Whole Foods, 501 N 2nd Street, Fairfield IA 52556.
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