Tussock Sedge Farm
As one of the largest pasture based, regenerative agriculture farms in the region, Tussock Sedge Farm focuses on raising animals in a way that mimics nature. Cattle and sheep are ruminants by design and should never be fed grain. Ours are 100% grass fed and grass finished, being rotationally grazed on lush, organically managed pastures. We have been raising 100% grass fed/grass finished beef for nearly 3 decades, long before it became trendy. During this time, we have fine tuned our process to consistently create beautifully marbled beef instead of the lean product typical of most other grass fed beef. Pigs are one of the greatest foragers in the animal kingdom and should have their natural behaviors encouraged. Our heritage breed pastured raised pigs spend their entire life on grass, rolling in mud to stay cool, digging through fields in search of nuts, and actively grazing on green plants like dandelion. Chickens are omnivores who love to scratch the earth in search of bugs, but will also actively consume grass and clover. Routine antibiotics and hormones have no place on our farm, just as chemically toxic pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, GMO’s, soy, and corn are never used. We partner with a small scale, humane certified butcher who focuses on quality over quantity. It is our mission to grow the highest quality, most nutrient dense pasture raised food that nourishes and heals our local community while enhancing the surrounding ecosystem.
All of our products are sold through our online store.
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Address: 1239 Route 113
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