Being an integral part of the local food community is one of two important aspects of Tyner Pond Farm. The other is complete dedication to regenerative farming methods with a focus on soil health.
Inspired by Joel Salatin and Holistic Management principles, our approach to farming begins with soil health, for healthier land, livestock and customers. We use environmentally sound practices — like rotational grazing — and innovative, highly effective yet simple equipment — such as mobile poultry houses — to produce all-natural beef, pork and chicken for your family.
Debbie Trocha, executive director of the Indiana Cooperative Development Center, says “I see a groundswell of interest in local foods. People are not necessarily looking for organic food. They are asking, ‘Where did my food come from? Who grew it?’