Since 1970 we've owned and run our family farm near Seymour in northeastern Wisconsin. We grow our own feeds for the animals. We use ethical, sustainable farming practices to raise high-quality beef, hogs, and eggs. And it's all certified organic.
You'll find a wide selection of organic meats and eggs available directly from us on the farm, as well as at the farm of Bob's brother, Steve. Or you can place a larger order with us and pick it up from a local meat processor when it's ready. Buying directly from farmers like us is more personal than going to the grocery store. You'll be able to see exactly where your food comes from and how it was raised.
We'll do our best to make working with us easy and enjoyable. To start with, maybe we can help you with our strange-looking last name: it's German and is pronounced "COIN-ee".
Grass-Fed, Organic Beef
Almost any cut of beef you'd find in a store you can get from us. Our beef is in high demand, so our stock of frozen cuts is always changing. You can also order a quarter, half, or whole organic beef, and we'll let you know when it will become available. But please be advised -- we're a small farm, it takes two years for beef to grow, and our grass-fed organic beef has a great reputation, so right we're booked full for quarters, halves and whole beef animals through 2015. But feel free to ask about the current waiting time for a large order, and we'll gladly put you on the list.
High Quality, Organic Pork
With over 30 years of experience raising hogs now, we regularly hear our customers say that it's the best pork they've ever tasted. We offer all the traditional cuts as well as brats, breakfast links, hams, and bacon. We can also sell a half or whole organic hog that you can have cut to your specifications.
Free-Range, Organic Eggs
Every morning and evening we collect eggs from the chickens and have them for sale throughout the year. Now that the weather is warm again and the chickens are out ranging around and eating the natural wild foods (seeds and insects), the egg yolks have become a rich golden-orange color again.