Terroir /tɛrˈwɑ/  (noun)


/tɛrˈwɑ/ (noun)

1. The complete natural environment in which a particular product is produced, including factors such as the soil, topography, and climate.

2. The characteristic taste and flavor imparted to a product by the environment in which it is produced

  • Vibrant Soil

  • Clean Water

  • Healthy Plants

  • Love and care from our farmers


Like Fine Wine

Grass-fed and finished animals reflect the terroir of the land in much the same way as a bottle of fine wine. Wine takes up the characteristics of the soil from which the grapes were raised, just as our variety of forages dictate the taste in our meats. Our animals are finished on a diverse mix of annual and perennial grasses, legumes, and forbs that provide a complete nutrient profile to impart a full, yet unique and satisfying flavor.


Rhythms and Cycles

Whenever possible, we close nutrient cycles within our system. The majority of our pigs’ diet comes from our own organic grains, as well as veggie scraps and chestnuts from our land. In the Winters, our cows and sheep eat organic hay grown on our farm, and their nutrients are returned to the land in the form of manure. The hay removes nutrients from the land, the cows eat it and transform it into meat, and then they return the nutrients back to the land in the form of manure. A closed cycle. A local cycle. This is good food worth sharing.

The Taste of Middle Tennessee

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