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A Bright Future

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March 25, 2020


This is a picture of a road. Our road, in fact. It’s Riemer Road.

It’s not always easy to know if you’re on the right road; if you’re headed in the right direction.

Farming, running a small business, raising a family, working with your spouse - ha, none of it’s easy and they all come with points of challenge and doubt.

This time last year, we were desperately watching the grass grow, begging it to grow faster. Praying the mud would pass and the days would warm. Money was tight. We didn’t have enough hay for our cattle and we were desperate for the pastures to grow. Everything was muddy and morale was low. It was the hardest winter we ever had in farming.

But we made it through. We did our homework. We invested time and energy into our business, our family, our faith, our team, and ourselves and by God’s grace, we made it.

And now it’s a new year. Our animals are well. Our pastures are growing. Our business is rolling. The bright future is upon us and we are so thrilled!

Family farms focused on producing healthy, nutrient dense foods that build soil health, protect the land, maintain animal wellness and integrity, and strengthen community - that is the road we’ve been on for the last decade and we see now that the way is clear and the future is bright.

Thank you for joining us on this road, as we walk forward to a brilliant future together.

May the spring sun warm you and the robin’s joyful song lift your spirit.

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