Watch this short series following what a day on the farm looks like behind the scenes.
In Ep. 1, you get a taste of what early March looks like on the farm as we begin to transition from winter operations to spring. Green grass is not here yet but we are getting ready for it! Jordan & Laura Green started J & L Green Farm in 2009 after leaving jobs in the banking sector and the military. Prior to that in 2001-02, Jordan completed a successful apprenticeship at Polyface Farm under Joel Salatin. On their farm they raise grass finished beef, pastured poultry and forest raised hogs. The farm orients directly to retail and serves hundreds of families in the east coast area. With three kids and a handful of team members they seek to regeneratively farm their 200 acres and produce high quality, clean meats.
In Ep. 2, the spring season is beginning to hit its stride with a batch of chickens needing to go to pasture, piglets to load up, pigs to be caught, feed delivered, and that's just before lunch!
In Ep. 3, the Chickens head out to pasture!
In Ep. 4 we open up the farm for a homeschool tour day!
Ep. 5 * Discretion advised. This episode has to do with harvesting animals and includes scenes of animal butchering & blood. Harvesting animals for meat is one of the most controversial topics in food & social media today. We debated on even releasing this episode but firmly believe in the science of meat eating, the ethics of human animal rearing and the case for regenerative farming practices including livestock for meat. We hope you find this show educational and inspiring. Transparency in agriculture is incredibly needed today. We are here, being transparent with the world on what we do and why.
CELEBRATING 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!!!!!
Hosting farm tours is a cool part of what we do. Building community with the folks who support us and taking an afternoon away from the summer grind is a fun and refreshing kind of work. Join us for a summary video of our 2019 ten year farming Anniversary celebration!