Huntoon Farm

A  diversified family farm raising  beef, pork, chicken, & turkey.  An on site commercial kitchen produces bakery and prepared items.



One Family, One Farm, Celebrating

161 years in 2017 !!

and the arrival of our 2nd member of  the 6th generation!

Farm Raised Meats

We raise beef, pork, chicken and turkeys  in addition to a flock of laying hens.  The hens(below)  provide the eggs for all of our baked goods with leftover supply available to customers. 

It is possible to buy items at the farm as you need them or  you may order  meats by the whole, halves and quarters depending on the meat type

Our turkeys are free range once their feathers are able to shed water.  We sell them frozen for Thanksgiving  for pickup at your convenience or fresh turkeys are done the weekend before Thanksgiving.  Fresh turkeys cost more..2016 prices were $3.50/frozen and $4.00/fresh.  Our 2016  turkeys grew really fast and they quickly became bigger  than most people could fit in an oven so we  processed and froze all the November birds.  We plan to raise turkeys in 2017 ordering them to arrive a few weeks later.  Last years growing conditions and breeding?  we don't know what caused it...had our birds at slaughter weeks 6 weeks ahead of schedule.   Timing is a challenge which we are constantly working to shedule what we have with what our customer wants at time they want and at a price that works for both parties.  

We also use our turkeys in pulled turkey smothered in our maple bbq sauce  and as frozen  turkey entrees complete with stuffing and gravy. 

our Idaho pasture pigs are the cutest most docile addition to the farm. Bred   to graze rather than to root, they also get day old treats from our commercial kitchen and grain supplement, but most of their diet is our pasture.   We plan  to have a few piglets available in Summer  2017.   We have assorted cuts available at the farm from our 2016 animals.  Our pork is used in the   commercial kitchen for pulled pork and  pork pie turnovers. 

Our grass fed  angus hereford cross beef are rotationally grazed during the pasturing season.  During the winter, they have access to our previous dairy stanchion barn for shelter and have small fenced in area where they are fed and   are able to roam about free.   Processed at a USDA plant, they are available by halves and mixed quarters and eighths (add your name to a waiting list) or as individual cuts.