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At RJR 100 Acre Farm we rely on direct to consumer sales.


RJR 100 Acre Farm produce is grown without pesticides. We grow our produce bio-logically. We protect our soil health, biodiversity, the health of our produce and our consumers. We consider the whole farm's ecosystem in our decisions from the soil, to the pests, to the helpful insects, to the birds, weeds, and the water system.


At RJR 100 Acre Farm, seed sovereignty is important to us. We make a point to avoid genetically modified or engineered (GMO/GE) foods, and try to use heritage varieties as much as possible.




The RJR 100 Acre Farm includes Rita and James, Sadie the dog, sustainable grass-fed beef cattle, Berkshire hogs, free range laying hens, and a goose.
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Updated January 7, 2020

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