Pasture Song Farm is located on Lundale Farm but is across Ridge Road from Knee High Farm and Ironstone Creamery.
Farmers: Clara and Jeremy
Pasture Song Farm was named for our admiration and love of pasture. The sound of tall grass shifting and swaying in the wind is music to our ears and brings feelings of awe and contentment. These feelings that arise while in an open pasture, or savanna, seem to be universal. The quiet beauty of the pasture song is emblematic of the goodness that grassland brings to land and to people.
The main component of this goodness is the regenerative nature of pasture. Grasses and legumes, the primary components of pasture, act symbiotically to sequester carbon into the soil and feed soil life. This builds robust and healthy soil, and is critical to the success of our crop rotations and ultimately to our success as farmers.
Pasture plays a central role in our farm. We raise our livestock on pasture, which provides them with a clean, nourishing environment. We use pasture in our crop rotation, to improve soil health and tilth in preparation for grain crops. We've combined livestock, pasture, and grain crops into one rotation, which is creating positive synergistic effects that are only just beginning to reveal themselves. These practices are the root of how we farm.
We are committed to creating sustainable systems that engender healthier land, healthier products, and a healthier community.