We may raise our meat in an old fashioned, but a healthy way.  Our animals are raised on pasture for the majority of their lives.  As they approach market weight, we introduce grain to them to provide you with a hormone-free, great tasting, easy to cook product.

WELCOME

Welcome to Trinity Farms, Southwest Ohio's leader in Quality Beef & Pork. We're Healthy! We're Wholesome! 

 

Trinity Farms was founded in 2004 by a young newly married couple, Joe & Birdie Ramsey. It has taken several years to grow and get to a point where we will be able to supply freezer beef and pork to the surrounding community.  We are about 2 years away from being ready to sell to the local consumer.  At this time, we offer premium alfalfa hay to local patrons.

HEALTHY

Natural is a good thing.  However, many people use it as a marketing scheme to trick consumers into buying their products.  At Trinity Farms, we take immense pride in providing natural meat products for you & your family.  Let us explain what we mean by "Natural" to you.

NATURAL

For a system to be "Natural," it must also be "Sustainable."  That is to say that it must view the whole farm and surrounding ecology as a system and maintain balance within the system.  We, at Trinity Farms, are constantly learning and improving our system to make it complementary to the environment.

Sustainable

OUR PRODUCTS

RED LINE BEEF
LITTLE JOHN'S PASTURE PORK
FARM VISITS
PREMIUM ALFALFA HAY
FREE DELIVERY*
APRIL 12, 2015

Logo Design Contest

We're looking for a new logo design for Trinity Farms.  Go to www.99designs.com to participate.

APril 9, 2015

What a rainy day!

So let's go to an auction!  We purchased a 4 row Kinze conservation corn planter.  Finally, we won't have to borrow or rent something for planting crops and we will be able to plant them on our schedule!

HEALTHY

NATURAL

SUSTAINABLE

HEALTHY, NATURAL, SUSTAINABLE

REDLINE BEEF

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BIOLOGICAL

Biological Farming is a non-extreme type of farming.  It uses techniques from traditional agriculture as well as organic and modern science methods.  It recognizes that we need advancements to improve our crop production, but also recognizes the hazards of chemical agricutlture.