About our farmstead
I’m Katie, owner of The Millhorn Farmstead. I’m a farm mama to four littles on earth and two in heaven. I’m obsessed with cows, chickens, whole foods and canning. I’m a farmers wife and a preachers daughter. I suck at grammar and I’m even worse at spelling. I was born with farming in my blood and I love to write, so here I am. Thank you for joining me on my homesteading journey.
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Our family farm sells certified A2A2 raw milk, pastured pork, poultry and organic fleece. We love farm direct sales. We also offer our products at select retail locations for those wanting a closer location to CDA. We do NOT feed any gmo’s, corn or soy to our animals. We also do not add any steroids or hormones to our feed.
We love farm tours.
I love meeting our customers. Every year we welcome dozens of families and school to tour the farm. I get the opportunity to teach and show how we raise our livestock and teach youngsters where their food comes from. Kids love gathering eggs from the coop, helping me plant vegetables and even “milking a cow.” Email me today to set up a farm tour for your family, school or co-op.
Healing The Body
After being diagnosed with a autoimmune disease several years ago, I saw a need to change the way we think about diseases in today’s modern world. Bringing our family back to the land we grew up on (literally), together, my husband and I are worked our way to a self sufficient life. Raising 4 kiddos, dairy cows, beef cows, sheep, chickens and heritage breed pigs. We have a huge garden and farm over 10,000 acres. We grow our own meat, eggs and raise our own produce. Canning, dehydrating and preserving foods the same way our grandparents did.
The Farmstead Blog
From Scratch living.. You either get it or you don’t!
“The first supermarket supposedly appeared on the American landscape in 1946. That is not very long ago. Until then, where was all the food? Dear folks, the food was in homes, gardens, local fields, and forests. It was near kitchens, near tables, near bedsides. It was in the pantry, the cellar, the backyard.”
― Joel Salatin, Folks, This Ain’t Normal: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World