Welcome to Boatright Farms
At Boatright Farms it is our goal to steward the land and livestock to the very best of our God given ability. It is our desire to produce the highest quality, nutrient dense food for our community. We believe that health begins in the soil. A healthy soil grows healthy plants. These healthy plants take up more vitamins and minerals which in turn produce healthier animals. Finally, these nutrients are passed to the families who enjoy our nutrient dense products.
We use planned grazing with our cattle and sheep to revitalize landscapes. The chickens follow the cattle sanitizing, debugging, and fertilizing the pasture. The impact of our herds on the soil breaks up hard ground which increases water infiltration and stimulates the growth of new seedlings. The herd impact also forces dead grass to the soil surface where it acts as a mulch. Earthworms and other biological activity break down this mulch into organic matter and new soil. The result: a vibrant healthy soil and diverse ecosystem that produces more grass, supports more wildlife, and produces more nutrient dense food every year.
A healthy soil means healthy plants, healthy animals, and healthy families. When you purchase Fed from the Farm products you are supporting local, sustainable agriculture, the health and vitality of the land, and our farm family. Thank you.
Sheep and Goat Sale!
October 7th, 2017 at 2:30 P.M. at Maplewood Acres Farm in Sedalia, MO
We will have a excellent selection of Boer/Kiko/Texmaster nannies and doelings, Kiko bucks and Kiko/Texmaster Bucklings. We will also have Katahdin/St.Croix/Florida Cracker ram lambs and Katahdin/St.Croix/Florida Cracker ewes and ewe lambs.
All stock are broke to electric fence and livestock guardian dogs as well as guard donkeys.
Our focus on our small ruminants is low input- no deworming, no foot trimming, easy keeping, pasture improving stock that benefit and enhance our cattle and land enterprise.