To Saint John’s Organic Farm

Offering Locally Produced 100% Organic, Completely Grass Fed Beef & Milk

Locally Produced – in the Payette River Valley northwest of Boise, our 160 acre farm is home to 80 cows and steers.  We raise our own cattle from newborn to full grown, ensuring that we know their full life history.

100% Organic – our cattle enjoy large, open and diverse organic pastures, and rich alfalfa hay. Their feed is free of chemical pesticides, herbicides and commercial fertilizers; thoroughly vegetarian. They receive no antibiotics, no stimulants, and no artificial hormones.

Completely Grass Fed – true pasture raised and pasture finished cattle such as ours are fed only grass and hay. They are never fed corn or wheat or other grain, and never put in a feedlot.

Environmentally Sound – grass-only feeding is sound environmental practice. We use less fossil fuels, have less water runoff, less topsoil loss, and fewer pest problems.

Striking Nutritional Difference – the result of only feeding grass and hay is milk & beef that are higher in Omega 3’s, higher in Vitamin E, higher in conjugated linoleic acids CLA’s , lower in fat, and lower in cholesterol than grain fed cattle grain in the diet substantially diminishes the nutritional value of milk & beef .

Exceptional Flavor – pasture feeding means our milk & beef are flavorful and nourishing. Our milk is uniquely sweet; our beef is vibrant; a healthier protein source for your family. See www.EatWild.com for a helpful explanation of the benefits of pasture raised dairy & beef.

Enjoyable in Many Ways – in addition to being delicious and good for you, our milk and cream are ideal for homemade yogurt, ice cream, hot chocolate, and cheese; and butter is extraordinary. The beef will provide delightful meals for your family, and for healthy snacks try making beef jerky with your choice of herbs and spices.

By Original Design – It’s Organic

Saint John’s Organic Farm

2222 S. Johns Avenue
Emmett, Idaho 83617
208 365 3213



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