livestock

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Boer Goats: Our Boer goats enjoy a happy life on pastured land where they can feel free to graze as they please and munch on the grain and hay that we feed them! Goat is a healthy meat that is delicious in many different dishes! Come by the farm with your kids to pet our precious baby goats. 

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Wagyu Beef: Pure bred wagyu beef with origins in Japan produces off the charts marbeling. Our cows come from a no stress environment ensuring only the finest quality beef for our customers. We use high intensity rotational grazing which feeds into our polyculture farm as it regenerates the soil for the next use of our choosing! 

Berkshire Pigs: At Aurora Farms, our sows are bred only twice a year, and they farrow in larger pens that protect the piglets from extreme weather conditions but still allow freedom of movement. Our pigs eat fresh vegetables from farms and local natural grains.  We do not use antibiotics to promote growth, or to control or mask disease as with sub-therapeutic doses of antibiotics in feed. Nor do our animals receive added growth hormones.  All of our animals are raised natural.

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Sheep and Lamb: Our Katahdin sheep and lambs are bred for their shedding hair coat that does not require any shearing. They have an increased mothering instinct making them the perfect mom for lamb breeding! These lambs make an excellent cut of meat with bursting flavor! We raise our sheep in rotating pastures in forested and non-forested areas. 

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Poultry and Eggs: We raise laying hens, turkey, and meat chickens here on Aurora Farms! Our laying hens produce about 14 dozen farm fresh eggs a day and are happy and healthy in their free range pasture. Our meat chickens are raised here on the farm from chicks till full grown and ready for processing! 

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