About Our Farm

The farm has been in the family since the late 1700s. Growing up, Jeff loved to help his grandparents and his Uncle Kenny with the animals and the fieldwork.

Why We Farm 

We are often asked: “Why farming?” To work this hard in all weather conditions, you have to love it.
It is a calling.

Jeff loves farming because it reminds him of his childhood, which was a time of being with the land and the animals. It can be rewarding -- even to a young child -- to know you have an impact on the quality of life of another living thing. Jeff shared his love of farming and respect for the land with our children.

Farm Animals

Everybody has a job here on the farm.
Our dog Buck works the cattle, helps with new calves
Corona announces everyone’s arrival with her protective bark - then expresses unconditional love to all.
Our miniature donkey and the horses provide both education and pleasure from cart and trail rides to riding lessons.
“The girls” -- the Rhode Island Reds – give us fresh eggs each day.

Meadow Brook Farm has become a safe haven not only for those who work with us but many who seek the peace and substance of life. We are blessed to have them join us in being the best stewards of the land and livestock possible.

                                                                                                                                                                                                      ~ Cheyenne