Sunday, May 30, 2010


Tristan salutes on behalf of Faith Farm those who have
given their lives for our freedom to live in these
great United States of America.
We salute the families who have made the ultimate
sacrafice. The loss of their loved one in time of war and peace.
We salute all disabled, injured and all veterans of our military,
National Guard, Coast Guard, law enforcement who have served
and still serve to protect us and our flag. May God bless America.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Spring time @ Faith Farm 2010 bursts with life and activity.

Spring brings out busy bees from our 20 hives producing
your farm fresh local honey.

Snow our guard dog hiding in his dog house, stands guard over our
flock of broiler chickens keeping Mr Fox away.

We move our broiler chickens daily up the length of each
hoop house to clean grass. A strip of manure is left behind
which fertilizes the field for free. Sunshine, green healthy grass
equals delicious healthy chickens. The hoop house and guard dog
prevents predators from killing our birds.

Our laying hens forage in the grass & sunshine which
is the secret to producing healthy tasty eggs. The
egg mobile is moved every few days which helps
spread chicken manure over the fields.
The scratching of the chickens works the soil opening
bare ground to fertilizer and sunshine. Great stuff
for healthy grass.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

We are Faith Farm.

When folks arrive @ Faith Farm along Nutbush Road you first
see our Bible scripture sign. We share our faith in the
Lord Jesus Christ in Word, love, deed and healthy food.

We care for our animals their entire lives, our fields and customers
as God requires. Each animal is prayed over in thanksgiving, for a
blessing on the animal and for each customer to be blessed and
nurished as they partake.
We value the responsibility God has bestowed upon us as we
reveal the testamony of Jesus Christ in our lives.

Winter at Faith Farm

What does one do for fun during
the severest winter in years on
Faith Farm? We play in the snow
silly, what else.
We feed hay to the cattle.

We feed hay to the hogs.

Feed the piglets in the Piglet Hotel.

The endess snow days and afterward
mud holes made a mess of the fields.
We will see a marvelous change in
spring as new growth comes alive,
turning mud into lush green grass.