Our farm comprises about 16 hectares (40 acres) of pasture and woodland, including a small lake and a few streams and springs. We spend most of our time working toward achieving the ideal living situation for ourselves, our livestock, and the local wildlife.
We currently raise Bretonne Pie Noir cattle, an rare breed that is also the smallest cow in France. They're known for producing high-fat milk and tasty beef while also being docile and hardy. This makes them the perfect homestead cow and we sell calves to people who are interested in having a family dairy cow or raising their own beef. Since some folks aren't comfortable raising horned cattle, we also raise Angus (which are naturally small, docile, and hornless) and breed them with Bretonne Pie Noir bulls to produce a petite, hornless cow.
Wildlife on the Farm