Local, Healthy Food
Not all food is equal. If Joel Salatin’s explanation of a pasture egg vs. a store bought egg teaches us anything, it’s that where your food comes from and how it is raised completely changes what you get out of it.
“Grass Fed” doesn’t mean anything if the lambs are taken to a CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation) and fed lots of corn and soy. Our lamb forages in Middle Eden for their entire life. They are never given antibiotics or corn/soy. We typically sell lamb in the late fall. If you are interested in being put on our list for lamb, please contact us.
Blessed Bee Honey Company is an Illinois based beekeeping company. The Shire hosts some of their bee hives. This demonstrates their commitment to pure honey. Sprays are never used at Middle Eden and our agroforestry system is the perfect environment for bees to thrive.
The Blessed Bee’s pure, raw Midwestern honey is created from the elements of prairie lands. Lush native flowers, farmland sunshine, gentle showers, and rainbows all contribute to their unique taste. Click here to see more info on what they provide and where you can purchase these great products.