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From From Our Fields To Your Fork

Naturally raised and grown



Our Mission

Our mission at Oak Grove Valley Farm is to provide healthy, tasty, fresh and great quality food to our community through sustainable farming methods. We provide pasture raised poultry, vegetables, fruits and honey using only natural processes. We do not use antibiotics or synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides. This allows our customers to eat with confidence and also support local sustainable agriculture.

Some of our laying flock enjoying a fresh drink of water.

Some of our laying flock enjoying a fresh drink of water.

Our Egg Layers

Our egg layers are made up of several different heritage breeds of chicken. Our flock consists of Black Australorps, Buff Orpingtons, Brown Leghorns, Easter Eggers, Plymouth Barred Rocks, White Barred Rocks, and Silver Wyandottes which gives us a very colorful egg display. Our chickens are allowed to free range inside and electric fence that is moved around the farm on a regular basis. Their job on the farm besides producing eggs is helping to fertilize the fields and with insect control


Our Broilers Out On Pasture

Turkeys out on pasture

Turkeys out on pasture


As soon as our chicken are old enough to be removed from the brooder they are placed out on pasture in mobile chicken coops. Our pasture is free of any synthetic chemicals.  They are moved to a new location daily so that they have a fresh supply of new grass.  This keeps the chickens clean and allows them all the fresh grass and bugs they want to consume.  We raise the chickens for 6+ weeks and they are then processed by a Missouri state inspected facility into whole birds and pieced birds giving our  customers a choice of what works best for their family.  You will taste the difference in this tender, juicy meat.  The feed that is used has no antibiotics of growth hormones in it, so you can eat with confidence knowing that while the chickens were at Oak Grove Valley Farm they were treated with excellent care and fed a natural diet



We chose the Bourbon Red Heritage breed turkey when we decided to raise turkeys. Heritage breed turkeys grow slower and require a longer period of time to mature than commercial broad breasted turkeys. This extra time allows them to become well portioned, tender and a nutritious table bird with better flavor. Our turkeys are raised on pasture for 28 weeks compared to 16 weeks for commercial turkeys. As a heritage breed they are biologically fit to be raised on pasture foraging for additional food to eat along with the supplemental feed we provide. A properly balanced diet is key to their development. Our turkeys enjoy all the bugs and grasses they can find. They are moved regularly  to ensure they have a fresh supply of grass and bugs. We supplement with a high protein antibiotic free feed.They are definitely a beautiful addition to our farm as we watch them strut around and gobble.They make a great tasting table bird for your special meal.



We supply a variety of produce on a little over an acre of garden area. We use only natural products on our garden that are OMRI approved and do not use any synthetic chemicals fertilizers or herbicides. From a variety of root crops, greens, peppers, squash, tomatoes and other vegetables, we strive to harvest as much variety as possible. Using season extension and producing our own seedlings in our plant nursery, we strive to be early to market with a variety of good tasting high quality vegetables. Our goal is to harvest enough for those needing  only a small order to those with larger demands.



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