Looking for a venue for a wedding, work function, family gathering or any event that would work well in a beautiful outdoor setting paired with great food? Look no further!
Our farm is a perfect backdrop for your event with plenty of room for guests to wander, play some outdoor games, have a bonfire or whatever suits your fancy, and the photo ops are endless! We can help with as little or as much of the planning as you want. We’ve got a party tent that can fit up to 72 people (seated). Or if your group is smaller we can seat up to 10 people in the store or veranda. Our partner restaurant, Odla can prepare a full meal or canapés with Farm One Forty ingredients.
These eggs are raised by a partner farm nearby. Jane's chickens are free run with access to large outdoor paddocks that they are rotated through. In addition to the worm-eating and bug-scratching that they do the chickens eat local, non GMO grain (including flax to boost their omega 3's) which Jane either ferments or sprouts depending on the season. These beautiful brown eggs pack a punch with less cholesterol and saturated fat but more vitamin A and E, omega 3's and beta carotene.
Whether you eat the sweet, sticky stuff or apply it externally, the health benefits of honey make everything better! With less calories than sugar, honey is the natural sweetener of choice. The surrounding area where the bees live is mostly native prairie, alfalfa and sainfoin. The honey is available in a few different sizes:375mL for $7.50500mL for $10750mL for $152.25L pail for $4011.4L pail for $200
When life gives you pastured pork lard, make soap!!
In years past we were never able to sell all of the pork lard from our pigs and instead of letting this beautiful and often misunderstood product go to waste, I now turn some of it into soap! I use pork lard as the hardening fat in my soaps - it's what makes the bar hard so it doesn't turn into a pile of glop when you leave it in your shower. The lard also makes a lovely, creamy lather and is very moisturizing. I've dabbled with a few different recipes, Rosemary Citrus, Mocha, Lavender / Ylang Ylang, Tea tree oil, Lemon Poppyseed and Grapefruit / Bergamot to name a few.
The sheep we raise are not wool sheep, but hair sheep which means we don’t shear them; their hair sheds naturally in the spring. When the lambs are butchered we send the lambskins off to a tannery and they produce beautiful and durable rugs, couch throws, car seat covers, crib and stroller liners or whatever you see fit to use them for! The fleece of lambskin has excellent insulating properties and is also resistant to flame, dirt, moisture and static electricity. Lambskin is a natural insulator and has temperature-regulating properties, keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. This makes it a great choice for newborn babies that are learning to regulate their body temperatures. Lambskins have a soothing effect that can result in better sleep and since they are gentle on your skin, they are great for people with sensitive skin or babies that are prone to skin rashes. Wool is considered by the medical profession to be hypoallergenic.