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Welcome to a Sustainable Horse Powered Farm!

The Jerrys Farm is your source for local produce and high-quality, hormone-free, pasture-raised beef, chicken & pork.

Begun in 2004 by Jerry Hicks and Jerry Neff, the Jerrys Farm has grown each year in supplying individuals with healthy meat and produce from a trusted local supplier. Orders are taken any time of the year, but cattle are only processed in late fall or early winter depending on weather. They will be assigned on a first-come basis and ready for pickup two weeks after processing. Give us a call or drop us a line and we will get the ball rolling for you. You will receive a custom order form and additional details about the ordering process.

Our pasture-raised chickens are grown on the farm beginning in April and continued until October. These chickens are raised on pasture in movable pens, where they have access to an all natural diet, while helping to make the pasture healthier for our cattle. They are processed either at KSU using the mobile processing facility or done for us at our butcher shop. These USDA inspected broilers are available as long as supplies last by contacting us at the farm.

We have maintained our Pork production for 2022 and we are very excited to have this healthy meat available for your table. The best improvement we have made is finding a source for non-GMO hog feed to supplement their pasture ration. We have had many requests for pastured pork and while we have thought it would be a good fit with our other products, we have waited until facilities would be in place which would allow us to produce the best possible product without compromising our holistic approach to farming.

Honey is another product which will soon be available from our pastures. Our resident hive has done well in recent years despite the droughts. Bees are a natural addition to our farm to aid in pollinating our garden, hay fields and wood lot. By utilizing the honey bees we are able to take advantage of another level of products that we would not be able to capitalize on in any other way. Blooms that would otherwise only be seen for their appearance sake can now give us honey and wax. A natural sweetner and a natural by product that may be used for candles, a preservative for leather goods, a polish in the wood shop and much more.

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