Straight talk on food health issues puts Eagle Wood on your healthy food list.
Your healthy food list should include candid talk on health related fitness issues from Eagle Wood Farms of Barkhamsted, Connecticut. In-depth information here and our on-line health food store demonstrate our commitment toward pure, sustainable food.
Do you really know how your food is prepared and what is actually in your food?
We grow and process our beef, pork, salmon and shrimp naturally, using sustainable methods. We make our living from the local environment so we do not pollute it or your food. Our animals and fish are immediately frozen after slaughter dramatically limiting contamination and sealing in a fresh taste. We have never had a recall.
We know all of the people involved in the processes for years, there are no middlemen. All are small business people of the highest integrity whom you can contact personally. Pure food for the body is the foundation for your healthy food list.
You are what we eat - but how do you know what has been added?
You can be certain that our food is produced with farming and fishing processes that maintain and replenish the growing area fertility without the use of pesticides and fertilizers. Never used are sub-therapeutic antibiotic feeds, synthetic hormones, genetic engineering, sewage sludge, or irradiation. We do not sell or use cloned animals or cloned animal products. We sell products that are minimally processed without artificial ingredients, preservatives, or irradiation to maintain the integrity of the food.
We also have independent third parties verify the purity of our food and welcome you to test or ask any questions for you to gain a thorough understanding of what you and your families are consuming from your food list.
Eagle Wood Farms offers frank talk on health related fitness issues and articles supporting sustainable food production. Our beef, pork, shrimp and salmon should be on your food list.
Our retail store is located in Barkhamsted, Connecticut USA.
Listing of farmer's markets and drop off locations -
Farmer's Market at Billings Forge, 539 Broad Street, Hartford, CT. 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Keep Eagle Wood Farms and these markets on your healthy food list.