Intended Way Farm uses farming and shepherding practices that take into consideration the unique God-given design of each animal. The beef cows graze on pasture and are given hay in the colder months. They are never given grain because the unique design of their digestive system does not provide for the digestion of grains. They are rotated in the pastures to provide a new patch of fresh grasses routinely. We are thankful for the fertilizer that they add daily to the soil!
The chickens are happily out in the pastures during the day: pecking and scratching, eating bugs and larvae, and cleaning up the cow pies. Their beaks are intact and their wings are not clipped. At night, they are safely secured in their mobile coop that is rotated to clean grass routinely — their manure fertilizes the soil as they roam the pastures and as their droppings collect on the ground underneath their perches at night.
To learn more about our farm, visit Our Chosen Heritage’s website.