Stonewall Farm is an all-natural pasture farm in Posey County, southern Indiana. We are friends and family that work together to raise and graze cows, pigs, sheep and chickens on 15 beautiful acres.
Our farming methods are based on a mutual respect for the grass, the soil, and the cycles of life. This means that we put the animals on the pasture, where they walk around and eat all kinds of grasses and greens. This is perfect for the herbivorous cows and sheep. The omnivorous pigs and chickens require additional protein supplement. Pasturing the animals helps supply some of that protein, due to all the bugs they will consume.
Our chickens are always out in the chicken yard, eating bugs and running around. This results in some really hearty yolks! Our pigs are young right now, growing away, and are eating a mixture of non-GMO corn, vegetables, and hay. Our sheep and cows live the ideal herbivore life, grazing the hours away out on the field. Toward the end of their lives, they are offered grain, as that will result in lovely marbling and richer flavor.