We are proud to offer local naturally raised meats from M&B Farview Farms located just a few minutes south of us in northern Berks County.
From their site:
“Located in Hamburg, Pa. we started M&B Farview Farm in April 2004 because we wanted to raise our own animals. This way we know how they were cared for and fed. We may not be certified organic BUT, We Raise Organically!”
“M&B Farview Farm is a family farm and all of our animals are considered a part of the family.
All of our animals are treated with the utmost care and are hand raised from the day they are born or come to our farm.”
To learn more about M&B Farview Farms, click here for their website.
We also carry pasture raised eggs and raw goat milk and cheeses from Dove Song Dairy in Bernville, PA.
From their site:
“Dove Song Dairy is an old-fashioned family farm located in the rolling hills of Berks County, Pennsylvania. Our farm, which dates back to the colonial era, uses a modern-day milking facility we designed to ensure quality conditions for our milk and comfort for our animals. Our 200 goats, made up of mostly Alpines and LaManchas are individually named and enjoyed by friends and family alike.
We believe in a natural approach to animal husbandry. Our farm is organic (not certified) and sustainable. We never use pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers or sludge on our fields. That way we can be sure the soil, the wildlife and our livestock aren’t absorbing anything that could be harmful or toxic.
Our dairy goats, chickens and other livestock are pastured year round and we feed them all our own special ration made from our own organically grown barley, spelt and sunflower seeds. We add kelp, flaxseed and minerals to help keep them healthy. We never feed any of our animals corn or soy, or give them antibiotics, vaccines or added hormones.
We are a hardworking farm family. Farming is our life and we enjoy every part of it from collecting the eggs to milking the goats, from working in the garden to making cheeses and everything in between. From our family to yours… enjoy!”
To learn more, click here for their website.