WELCOME TO ANDERSON FARM 2.0
Life on the Farm
Farm Fresh Food & Family Fun
Let us introduce ourselves. We are Andy & Rachelle with our four children Cheyanne, Brittany, Emery, and Brandon. We are 4th generation farmers. The love of animals and farming flows through our blood. It is super important to us to know where are food comes from and that it was raised naturally and treated well. At Anderson Farm 2.0 we are going to give you the amazing opportunity to watch how your food is raised and be included on the life on the farm. We use our love of the animals and farming into to give you the highest quality meat we can.
Our beef is 100% grass-fed. Raised on naturally managed pastures and hay, which produces healthy cows and meat. 100% grass-fed has the advantages of being richer in flavor and higher in Omega-3 fatty acids, CLA (Conjugated linoleic acid) and full of healthy poly unsaturated fats.
Grass fed beef for everyone! We have individual packages, 20lb beef boxes for $150 and 1/4 beef available at $5 a pound hanging weight with processing included! Contact us for pricing!
Our hogs are raised with plenty of room to roam. They receive a quality feed from our local feed mill in addition to pasture forages. The sun shine and fresh air eliminate the need for any medication that factory farms routinely use.
We currently are sold out of our pork but are taking deposits for a pork box (appropriate 1/4 pork), half and whole hog for this spring. Price will be $2.10 a pound hanging weight. Contact us to place a deposit and more info.
MEET THE FARMERS
Our Second Chance
Our story begins with Andy. He grew up farming with his parents. They bought this farm in 1994 and successfully raised grass fed beef, pastured pork and chicken. When Andy was old enough he found a job off the farm but continued to raise his beef and help his parents with the many other various things on the farm. I, Rachelle came into the picture in 2008 and in January 2009 Andy and I got married. I grew up in Eau Claire WI and always had a love for animals and rode and trained horses. Happily I joined in on the farm while still working part time. In 2010 we made the decision to both work full time on the farm along with Andy's parents. Also, that year we had our first daughter, Cheyanne. After a few years it became apparent that the farm was not large enough to support both his parents and our growing family. After taking a good look at things in 2013 we decided we either needed to expand. After trying to find options to expand and coming up with none viable, we made the hard decision to give up what we love and to sell out. At that time Andy's parents decided to retire from farming altogether and move to the city. So in April 2013 we bought the home farm and a few acres from his parents so we could still raise enough wonderful food for ourselves and our growing family. Since then we added a daughter, Brittany, and our to boys Emery and Brandon. Recently we have had an opportunity to expand and get back into what we love doing the most. Raising healthy beautiful animals and making great food for people to enjoy!