It Matters

It matters how we treat the earth. We are to be good stewards and leave the land better than we found it. It matters how we raise our animals. Our animals should be allowed to express their natural proclivities. It Read More

What sets us apart?

One thing that sets us apart is our transparency. We have an open-door policy for anyone who wants to learn about farming this way. That’s right, you can stop by anytime to see what’s going on. We don’t have any Read More

Temptation to spend more

“When self-worth derives from possessions, we’re in trouble. Of course, the whole object of advertising is to make us dissatisfied with our circumstances. If we just buy that product or service, suddenly our lives will be better. Unless we buy, Read More

Why do you go to work everyday?

Guest post by Emma Grace Pope (age 12)  Why do you go to work everyday? Is it for the paycheck? Is it so you’ll look good among others? Or maybe it’s because you just really like working. Recently I was Read More

Encouragement from Lucille Salatin

In the documentary Polyfaces, Joel Salatin’s mother Lucille recounts her words early in their farming venture “If the Lord wants you to do this, He’ll bring customers to you. Let’s try it and see.” I could not agree more, and Read More

Fantasy land

The ultimate American fantasy is the idea that you can spend today and pay tomorrow. Today consumer debt makes up almost 80% of the national gross domestic product. In 2007, just before the great recession, consumer debt was over 95% Read More

Are you ready for some real food?

Are you ready for some real food? Here at Triple J Farm, we go the extra mile to grow and produce the best beef, poultry, eggs and pork possible. Everything we do is grass-based, and all the animals move around Read More

Our own YouTube channel?

As if we didn’t have enough to do around here, now we have a YouTube channel. Video editing is tough! You can tell by watching the first couple of videos that we have a lot to learn. Oh well, we are Read More

The Field of a Sluggard

I passed by the field of a sluggard, by the vineyard of a man lacking sense, and behold, it was all overgrown with thorns; the ground was covered with nettles, and its stone wall was broken down. Then I saw Read More

I will miss seeing Hilton

None of our readers know Hilton. Hilton has been a regular at our farm store, and he would stop by every Saturday after work. He really liked fresh eggs and plant ripened tomatoes. I don’t have a picture of Hilton, Read More