Today marks the birthday of a man who has been an invaluable friend and mentor to us at Tyner Pond Farm: Allan Savory. His profound
Someone said to me... "Indiana Ground Is Too Good For Grass fed Beef!" The argument was that land in Indiana is so productive for grain
People are often surprised when we discuss who our customers are. It's easy to dismiss what we're doing as "only for rich people" or "foodies".
A new customer said our steaks were tough :-( Cooking grass finished beef can be slightly different from conventional beef due to its lower fat
In recent years, the environmental impact of cattle farming has become a hot topic, often vilified for its perceived contribution to climate change through the
As we walk through our verdant pastures here in Central Indiana, watching our Grass fed beef cattle graze serenely, we're reminded of our mission at
Introduction: Exploring the Complexity of Our Food System At Tyner Pond Farm, our interest in food security and regenerative farming is influenced by a passion
Note, we also have an accompanying video on YouTube. Click here to view.. Q: What exactly are Dung Beetles? A Dung Beetle A:
As the founder of Tyner Pond Farm, I began to raise grass-fed beef 13 years ago. I was motivated by growing concerns about the risks
Greetings. I'm Chris Baggott, the founder of Tyner Pond Farm, and I have dedicated a significant part of my life to the cause of regenerative
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