Tipsy Willow Farm is an old farm, with new style. Jeanette started taking over this property from her family in 2018, and bought her first flock of 160 sheep. In 2019, Katie and Jeanette met through a mutual friend named Tinder, and Tipsy Willow Farm was born. Katie started to bring more varieties of animals to the farm, including chickens, ducks, and a water buffalo! Jeanette is the lead farm hand and owner, while Katie manages the business.
They work closely together with Jeanette's mom, and focus on using regenerative agriculture practices to produce delicious lamb, pork, and water buffalo. They emphasize on reducing food mileage and getting their food directly to homes in their communities, like you! They are also focused on a closed loop system, which minimizes waste by using all parts of the animal once they are processed. They make sheepskin and yarn from their sheep, and skincare products such as soap, lip balm, hand salves, and beard balm with the lard from their pigs.