ABOUT US

Our home made farm sign
Our home made farm sign

Thanks to our niece who is super talented - she designed the frame work for the sign and Becky painted the board. Richard hung the sign with care at the end of the driveway to welcome all to the farm!

Always a great day on the farm!
Always a great day on the farm!

The farm is a wonderful place to raise our family. Never a dull moment as there is always something to do.

Born a farmer....
Born a farmer....

Our daughter, Morgan, is just like her daddy! She has a natural gift with animals and loves to work with them. We believe in getting a hand on each animal each and every day. This is our cow Lucy. She could pull a sled for winter fun!

The Strawberry Patch
The Strawberry Patch

Come pick the sweetest strawberries in Norman! We spend endless hours weeding so you can enjoy your time in the patch. We do not use any type of chemicals on the patch -- not herbicides, insecticides, no commercial fertilizers. Only pure goodness in this patch!

Delicous!
Delicous!

We offer U-pick or pre-pick berries. Please call ahead for large pre-pick orders.

Love this grass!
Love this grass!

Our cattle are grass fed for better health and nutrition. You've heard, you are what you eat.... that means we, as the consumer, get better nutrition, too. Leaner meat, higher Omega's..... Our aim is to raise nutrient dense food.

Our start in mob grazing...
Our start in mob grazing...

As we continue to learn about holistic farming practices, you will see the landscape at Red Grouse Farm continue to change. As we add more beef cattle and diversify our livestock, we will be building our organic matter in the fields, thus creating more nutrients rich foods.

Building the herd
Building the herd

We are currently working on building our beef cattle herd. It's amazing every time a calf is born on Red Grouse Farm! This is little Rosie and Molly is great mom!

Lilac - one of our beef cows
Lilac - one of our beef cows

She was born the eve of our wedding anniversary and guess what our wedding flower was.... Lilacs!