Idaho Pasture Pigs

We raise Idaho Pasture Pigs. We are a Registered Breeder. These are amazing animals. We currently have our three breeders: Scout, our boar, Deliah, and Jewel, our sows. We sell breeding stock as well as feeder pigs. We are offering pork products at our store.

The Idaho Pasture Pig (IPP) is a newer breed of pig that is composed of the Duroc, Old Berkshire, and the Kunekune pig. These are true “grazing” pigs and are very gentle in nature, have great personalities, are easy to work with, are smaller in size than traditional pigs, are great mothers, are able to live outdoors all year round, and can grow extremely well with a diet of primarily grass.

Let us know if you would like to add Idaho Pasture Pigs to your farm or homestead.


We are raising chickens for eggs. Our current flock includes Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, True Blue and Green Whitings, Leg Horn and some Barnyard mix. We also raise Cornish Cross as our meat chickens, and they are for sale at our store by the piece or whole. We sell our birds as layers, chicks and pullets. Let us know if you would like to get started with your own backyard flock. We love to share our learned knowledge.


We have Belted Galloways, a Belted Galloway/Angus mix and some Angus bottle calves. We chose our cattle for their size and quality of the meat. We are grateful for our cattle. They are able to enjoy the sunshine while they restore our pastures. Our Belted Galloway, Willow, gave birth to Ringo this past Labor Day! It will be a day we will remember. Did you know that a cow can have a Caesarean section? We didn't either! When you come for a visit, ask about it.


We are raising Katahdin Hair Sheep. These gentle animals are our permanent lawn mowers. They are out in the sunshine eating grass all day. The Katahdin breed is known for their gentle nature and quality meat. This breed does not need to be sheared. They shed their winter coat in the spring. We love to watch them run in the evening...or should I say hop! Yep, they hop just like the cartoons. They are known to have twins. Come meet are flock....don't be surprised if they sound like someone doing a bad imitation of a sheep Bahhing!