Biodiverse farming on 48 acres in the heart of the Cuyahoga National Park.
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Preserving The Land
May 14, 2021
We practice a closed system and regenerative style of farming. All livestock is pasture grazed using intensive grazing and long rest periods, which enhances root growth and stimulation of the grass and increases the production of top soil. We pride ourselves on the humane treatment of all our animals, through enrichment and a nutritious diet provided predominantly by the land. "healthy ground, healthy grass, healthy animals, healthy people".
The More You Know
May 14, 2021
Come take in the fresh air of the Cuyahoga National Park. We offer
seasonal produce, homemade elderberry syrup, handmade goods, fresh eggs and much more on our self serve Farm Stand, open year around.
We raise Heritage Breed Turkeys for Thanksgiving, reservations begin Sept 1st via email. We are known for our Tennessee Fainting Goats, which we raise for vegetation management, breed stock, meat and companion animals.
4570 Akron Peninsula Rd, Peninsula, OH 44264, USA
(216) 375-8782 (440) 591-7249
Available At The Farm
Farm Stand Is Open Year Round 9am-Dusk
Livestock Sales Are By Appointment
Fresh Eggs From Our Happy Girls
You can view our happy hens running around the back yard, enjoying the fresh air, sunshine and even taking dust bathes!
Creatively Delicious Jams
Strawberry Charred Poblano
Mixed Berry Serrano
and many more!
Homemade Elderberry Syrup
Elderberries naturally contain vitamins A, B, and C and stimulate the immune system helping fighting cold and flu.
Tennessee Fainting Goats
The All Stars
Tennessee Fainting Goats have a fascinating history (we detail it in the history section). We offer many events encouraging the public to engage with these beautiful animals.
Nature's Medicine Cabinet
Echinacea Tincture (for Adults and Children)
Dragon Juice (Spicy Vinegar Tincture)
Wound Warrior Salve
Poisson Ivy Salve
Farm Stand/Events/Farm Life
Feb 16, 2023
The Farm Market is now Open!
Inside the Farm Market you will find eggs, pork, turkey, seasonal produce, honey, elderberry syrup, artisan jams, tinctures, salves and homemade décor.
We are self-pay, cash or Venmo.
Open 9am-dusk 7 days a week.
Nov 21, 2022
Our herd of Tennessee Fainting Goats are back at Point Field for the Winter/Spring Season. Come down and spend some time taking in the fresh air and visiting the herd.
Treats available for purchase in the Barn Market.
Jan 1, 2023
Wholesale and a la carte Pork and Beef will be available 2023.
Pork will be available in Feb 2023
Beef will be available in July 2023
Wholesale beef sold as whole or half, email us for pricing.
May 24, 2022
Bring in a Glass Mason Jar for a $1 credit towards the Market.
Cleaned jars may be placed inside the Market, thank you.
July 4, 2022
We are a livestock farm managed by a vegetarian. What does that mean?
It means that animal enrichment, quality of life and ensuring that each animals true essence is appreciated and valued. This is our top priority.
"Pardon the Animal Program" will allow the animal to live it's whole life on the farm and be fully supported by monetary donations from the public.
This program will educate the community about heritage breeds and why we are preserving them. You will also see updates of the animal on our Social Media platforms.
This past year one of our Heritage Breed Turkeys, a Royal Palm, was pardoned when a lovely lady heard us discussing this program. She generously pardoned her life and the program took off!
We are delighted to have, Lady Hennifer, in with the our chickens and guinea fowls.
Feb 19th, 2023
Come join us this May as we host our third annual Baby Goat Yoga in the Barn.
If you enjoy baby goats, yoga, laughter and our National Park this event is for you! Enjoy the shenanigans of the baby (kids) goats while practicing gentle yoga. This is one of our favorite events and we are excited to share these memories with you.
Tickets are limited and can be purchased on Eventbrite.