We grow over 60 different types of certified organic veggies + strawberries & melons...

AND raise about 30 forest-Pork each season...

AND have small herds of grass-fed Belted galloway beef & katahdin meat Lamb

ANd, what we don't grow?
We source from local farmers, and sell milk, cheese, ice cream, butter, eggs, chicken and more at our farm Market on m-88 (on the north end of torch lake).

Nutrient Density

We pay close attention to the health of our soils, so that our certified organic vegetables are bursting with essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.   As mandated by the National Organic Program,  we cultivate our foods without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or fertilizer.  We NEVER use genetically modified organisms (GMOs) aka GE (Genetically Engineered) seeds. 

Whether it’s vitamin C from bell peppers, folate from spinach, or potassium from tomatoes, these gems are powerhouses of nutrition, ensuring your body gets the vital nutrients it needs.

Reduced Exposure to Chemicals

Conventional farming often involves the use of pesticides and herbicides, which can leave behind harmful residues on vegetables. On the other hand, fresh organic vegetables are grown using natural methods, without the use of synthetic chemicals. By opting for organic produce, you can significantly reduce your exposure to potentially harmful substances, promoting a healthier environment and minimizing health risks.

Superior Taste and Quality

One of the most noticeable differences between fresh organic vegetables and their conventional counterparts is the taste. Organic vegetables are known for their exceptional flavor and quality. This is due to the fact that they are grown in well-nourished soil, without the use of artificial fertilizers. As a result, they tend to be more vibrant, crisp, and full of flavor, elevating your culinary experiences to a whole new level.

Modern Agriculture

Environmental Sustainability

Choosing fresh organic vegetables is not just beneficial for your health but also for the environment. Organic farming practices prioritize soil health, biodiversity, and water conservation. By supporting organic agriculture, you contribute to the preservation of ecosystems, promote sustainable farming methods, and help protect the planet for future generations.

Support for Local Farmers

By opting for fresh organic vegetables, you can support local farmers and communities. Organic farming often takes place on smaller-scale, family-owned farms, which rely on consumer demand to thrive. By purchasing their produce, you contribute to the local economy and encourage sustainable agricultural practices.