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Hello there!

Welcome to our farmstead, located 30 minutes outside of Colorado Springs. Our family’s goal is to steward our land regeneratively, make a positive impact on our local food system, and grow together. 

We produce grass-fed A2/A2 raw milk, forest-raised pork, grass-fed lamb, pastured poultry, and free-range eggs.

Our Story

About the farm

How and why we left the city life to start a homestead.

Contact

Get in touch

We’d love to hear from you. Talk to us, we’re listening.

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On the Farmstead

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Around the Farm

Our Animals

Meet our squad. We are proud to be the caregivers of these beautiful creatures.

– SOLD – Sire: Dexter Corner RamblerDam: Misty Morning VioletBirthdate: 12/4/2020A2 Status: A1/A2H...

Research has shown that pasture-raised chicken has higher nutritional benefits than those raised in confinemen...

– NOT FOR SALE – Valley Girl’s Casanova (“Cas”) came to us in 2022 from Arizona....

– SOLD –  Luna was born 4/16/2022 with a perfect crescent moon mark on her forehead. 24″...

Our goal for our pastured pigs is to rotate them through or pine forests. We are breeding a mix of three herit...

American Guinea Hogs are a heritage breed of swine that traces back to the times of the first colonists in Ame...

Durin is our gentle giant. He is tall and lean, standing 30″ to the shoulder at only 1 year of age. Duri...

– NOT FOR SALE – We acquired Buttercup (previously “Baby”) together with Bella from a ...

– NOT FOR SALE – Bella (previously named “Burrito”) joins Heritage Pines Farm from a d...

We are excited to have MAR Koda join Heritage Pines Farm as our first Livestock Guardian pup. He is a Colorado...

Our mini Jersey herd bull is O-O Olie (pronounced “Oh-lee” from Montana. He has a laid back temper...

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Farm Blog

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Why did we choose Heritage breeds of Hogs? Most hogs today are bred for confinement and minimal human interact...

During our active herd share months, we test our milk monthly via the Colorado State University Veterinary Dia...

Why did we choose miniature Jersey cows for our Small Family Farm? I believe it was providential. I had origin...

We love eggs! Here are some facts and info we thought you might like to know. 1 / Why unwashed eggs? Eggs are ...

In April, we had a wonderful guest, Jeradawn, visit us. We had a wonderful time connecting with her, showing h...

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