From Our Farm To Your Family
At Rabbit Ridge Farms we like to do things differently. Like the old days. That's why we raise cattle and hogs the way your Grandpa used to before the rise of mass production and unnecessary hormonal treatments. We keep things simple and natural...the way God intended. Here, our animals are able to graze peacefully and the pigs root at their leisure.
On our sustainable farm, we ensure our animals have a free range life and are nourished with a healthy variety of feed, grass, berries, nuts and more. That's why you could say we're "better than organic" because unlike what the labels imply, many "organic" meats vary little from the commercialized meat factories.
With Rabbit Ridge Farms, you know where your meat originates. And trust us when we say, you'll notice a remarkable difference in taste; the tenderness and protein-rich flavor are unprecedented from anything you've ever tried from the grocery store. And it's healthier for you. Since our animals graze freely, they acquire a plethora of micro-nutrients so they offer more "good" fats and omega-3s and antioxidants including vitamins E, beta-carotene, and vitamin C. We never use hormones or antibiotics.
All of our cattle are premium Black Angus because we only deal with the best. We raise several varieties of pigs including Duroc, Hampshire and Yorkshire that are crossed with a Berkshire.
We treat our animals ethically and humanely. It is actually quite simple. The animals are raised in their intended, natural habitat with some additional comforts like shelter and fresh, clean water.
Rabbit Ridge Farms uses farming techniques that protect the environment and animal welfare. We practice responsible farm management to enable us to produce healthful food for our family and yours.
Pastured meat looks different than meat purchased from the grocery store. Our pork has marbling and is pinker in color. Since the animals at Rabbit Ridge Farms are allowed to eat freely from nature and roam freely, the meat has more "good" fat which means more flavor. Be careful to not overcook the meat cuts like chops, steaks, and loins. We recommend slow cooking roasts at a lower temperature until tender.