Bluestem Farm

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We are a diversified, four-season farm located between East Jordan and US 131 Antrim County, Michigan. We are dedicated to producing a huge variety o ... read more

address 4218 M 32 (at Adams) in East Jordan, MI   web bluestemfarm.net
size 80 acres contact Mary Brower 231-459-8968

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At these Farmers Markets

  • Black Radishes
  • Chicken
  • Eggs
  • Pork
  • Rutabaga
  • Turkey
  • Turnips
  • Watermelon Radishes
  • Winter Squash
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Our Growing Practices

  • Animal Byproduct Free Feed
  • Antibiotic Free
  • Arsenic Free Feed
  • GMO Free
  • Growth Hormone Free
  • Not cloned
  • Not Genetically Modified
  • Organic pesticides and fertilizers

Happenings on Real Time Farms

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September 20 at 6:30 pm

BluestemFarm posted a new photo of Bluestem Farm at Boyne City Farmers Market

February 18, 2013 at 5:08 pm

BluestemFarm posted 16 new photos of Bluestem Farm

January 22, 2013 at 1:08 pm

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Goods & Growing Practices

  • Animal Byproduct Free Feed
  • Antibiotic Free
  • Arsenic Free Feed
  • Growth Hormone Free
  • Not Genetically Modified
  • Not cloned
  • Chickens

    chicken, eggs

  • Royal Palm Turkeys

    turkey

  • Animal Byproduct Free Feed
  • Antibiotic Free
  • Growth Hormone Free
  • Not Genetically Modified
  • Not cloned
  • Pigs

    pork

  • GMO Free
  • Organic pesticides and fertilizers
  • Black Radishes
  • Rutabaga
  • Turnips
  • Watermelon Radishes
  • Winter Squash

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We are a diversified, four-season farm located between East Jordan and US 131 Antrim County, Michigan. We are dedicated to producing a huge variety of sustainably-grown food straight through the year. We rely as little as possible on external inputs. We chose the name Bluestem Farm for the native Midwestern prairie grass by the same name which we found growing wild on our pasture. Much of the 80 acres of woods, rolling grassland, and gardens which make up Bluestem Farm have been fallow for the past 50 years. During that time, the farm’s many habitats have been protected in an interconnected patchwork vibrant with plant and animal life. We’re carefully transitioning the land back to farmland in a way that continues to protect wild spaces, pollinators, and birds. Our farming practices include careful rotational grazing, organic growing methods, and minimal inputs. We are pursuing organic certification in 2013.