Forage Fed (Grass Fed)
Did you know that grazing animals don't just eat grass? Our grass-fed grazing animals (cows and sheep) forage on a variety of grasses, weeds (herbaceous plants), dried plant matter and woody plants (trees and bushes) that grow in diverse pastures.
We focus on supplying a diet that our animals would find in their natural setting.
In late summer, when plants have gone to seed, they eat a balanced diet of fibrous grasses and high-energy grass seeds.
In winter, when snow covers the ground, they forage for plants under the snow and their diet is supplemented with hay, a traditional and widely-used animal feed made of sun-dried plants.
In spring and fall they eat fresh green grasses balanced with either hay or young tree shoots.