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"Animals living the way nature intended." 

Trippy Acres is dedicated to providing the best life possible to any animal on our farm. After all, if they are going to feed us, we should provide them with the best life possible. Wouldn't you agree?!

All of our animals are raised without antibiotics, hormones or GMOs.

They are fed organic, soy free, feed and fresh veggies and fruits throughout the year. 

Our fruits and vegetables are also grown organically. Never given pesticides or synthetic fertilizers we take great care in preserving the earth by rotating crops, hand picking pests and fertilizing with worms and farm made compost. 

Everything on the farm is an interactive cohesive system. Every animal provides a purpose and nothing goes to waste. The animal poop fertilizes the garden, the chickens and ducks help with pest control and our food scraps are often given as treats to the animals. 

The Difference



Our poultry consists of chickens, ducks and turkeys. They are all free to roam where they like and have access to over 100 acres of untouched land. This allows them to have unlimited access to bugs and vegetation making their meat and eggs more nutritionally dense.

Of course, they typically roam the same 5-10 acres staying close to home, where they feel safe and comfortable.

Also understanding that happier animals make for healthier food, drives our desire to respect all our animals connection to nature. 

Before processing, every animal is given intentional thanks and blessed with sacred tobacco. 


Our Future

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” 
― Eleanor Roosevelt

As our community expands, our children become more independent and our experience grows, we plan to offer more products with the same quality and care standards here at Trippy Acres. 

In 2021, we plan to build a nitrate and nitrite free smokehouse and acquire a pair of breeding KuneKune pigs. 


In 2022, we hope to offer pork and acquire milking goats.

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