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Ethically and sustainably produced meat...for good health

My Farm Shop exists to help customers purchase healthy, safe, quality meats from local farmers who satisfy exemplary animal welfare practices and produce healthy soils and landscapes.

The pork and chicken from My Farm Shop is truly free-range and naturally grown. The animals live in healthy, comfortable social groups. They have access to a wide range of naturally produced herbs, grasses, fungi, insects and grubs and a range of grains they need for good health. No cages, and no sow stalls.

Lamb and beef from My Farm Shop is totally pasture-fed and pasture-finished on dense, natural and mostly native grasslands with high species diversity so animals can individually balance their diets from fresh pasture.

Meat that is not only good for you; it’s good for farmers and good for the planet.

  • For higher Omega 3, let them eat grass

    Pasture-fed pork and chicken has higher Omega 3 levels than factory intensive pork and chicken. Healthier for the animals, healthier for you.
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  • Eat Meat...
    Save the Planet!

    Just because you eat meat doesn't mean you are destroying the planet.
    In fact, eating the right meat can help to reverse the impacts of climate change.
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  • What is sustainable agriculture anyway?

    Sustainability and sustainable agriculture – the use of these s-words can be like dropping the f-bomb at the school play. But we're prepared to 'open the batting' on these topics to give you and chance to explore them from the safety and privacy of your computer.
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  • Partnering with our producers

    Creating a food chain that provides sufficient livelihood for the next generation of farmers is critical. My Farm Shop actively works towards this goal.
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  • Eating is an agricultural act!

    What we choose to eat literally determines the fate of our planet: how the ecology functions, how animals are treated, the social welfare of the producer, the quality of the food you eat, and its effect on your health.
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  • A bum steer about Methane!

    Is the fuss about methane from ruminants justified, or are we being diverted from the real culprits of climate change? We think it is all about the cycles.
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