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  • What do you grow?
    Our primary crops are garlic and strawberries, which grow abundantly in the cool alpine climate of Teton Valley. We also grow a variety of seasonal produce including cabbage, carrots, beets, squashes. We are expanding our seasonal produce, herbs, and ornamentals every year offered at our farm stand and at local farmers markets.
  • What do you raise?
    We raise pastured poultry, lambs, pork and occasionally yearly cattle. As a small family farm we focus on pastured animals to build soil and maintain the land, so have a limited number of livestock suited to a happy life on the available acres we manage. We follow the Joel Salatin method for sustainable pastured animals, ensuring healthy, happy livestock with a stress free processing. This brings food to your table that is free from hormones or antibiotics, raised in the most humane way possible. We love our animals, and that means you can taste the love.
  • Where can I buy?
    We have a farm stand located at the farm, 259 W 4000 S, about 1/2 mile off HWY 33 in Victor, Idaho. We also participate in local farmers markets in Drigg, Idaho, Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Jackson, Wyoming.
  • Pick your own?
    We are offering pick your own strawberries while they are in the height of the season. Please call for availability or stop by the farm stand. We are located at 259 W 4000 S in Victor, Idaho.
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