Our 60 acre ranch is located off the beaten path amid the long stretch of Indian Valley, where "Big Sandy" Creek seasonally flows; just shy of the southern border of Monterey County outside the mission town of San Miguel. This is the Central Coast of California and as we are a bit inland, we enjoy very hot summer days with cool overnights and cold winters with plenty of chill hours for our stone fruit orchard. The Ranch is home to our herd of dairy goats and sheep, our passel of Mangalitsa pigs, chickens, ducks, herding dogs, livestock guardian dogs, and us.
We have vegetable gardens and a small orchard with approximately 70 trees.
Our animals are 100% pasture-raised as the property is cross fenced to assist in rotational grazing. The land is carpeted with seasonal native grasses, and loaded with blue oaks and pines; all good food sources for the ruminants and pigs alike.
We operate a small roadside farm stand where you can find products from our farm including meat, baked goods, jams, vegetables, lotions, soaps, and other seasonal products.
We are proud of our farm and grateful for the beautiful land we operate on; we strive for sustainable and regenerative land stewardship.