OUR Mission

To provide a lifestyle that allows our children to be exposed to the beauty of God's creation by nurturing plants and animals.  To provide an experience for our family where they learn what it means to be responsible for LIFE!


​To provide healthy, ethical & natural beef & pork for our family & our community.

OUR History

Trinity Farms started in 2004 when we purchased 10 acres in Hanover Township in Butler County, Ohio.  We have been slowly growing our farm and developing the methods by which we will raise our animals.


Within the next 2 years, we will building a house on our property and expanding its size.

One thing that we found out that can reduce the speed that you grow a farm, is having a family.  However, we wouldn't trade our wonderful children for anything in the world.


Katie, Anthony, Elena & John are all looking forward life on the farm and helping to raise the livestock.

Our Family

BIOLOGICAL FARMING

A BALANCED SOLUTION

Biological farming works hand-in-hand with nature. It balances your soil to produce healthy, pest- and disease-resistant crops while reducing the use of chemicals. When fed to livestock, these crops lead to healthy and productive animals.

HERITAGE BREEDS
Having the right BREEDs on the FARM makes a difference

Heritage breeds are traditional livestock breeds that were raised by our forefathers. These are the breeds of a bygone era, before industrial agriculture became a mainstream practice. These breeds were carefully selected and bred over time to develop traits that made them well-adapted to the local environment and they thrived under farming practices and cultural conditions that are very different from those found in modern agriculture.

OUR NAME

The Trinity Farms name was selected as a way to honor our faith.  Being Christian is an important element in our lives.  We have chosen to dedicate this endevour that we have embarked on to the Blessed Trinity.


​All honor and glory to Him above!

PRINCIPLES OF 

BIOLOGICAL FARMING

  1. Test and balance your soils and feed the crop a balanced, supplemented diet.
  2. Use fertilizers that do the least damage to soil life and plant roots.
  3. Apply pesticides and herbicides responsibly while relying on customized management practices to reach maximum genetic potential.
  4. Create maximum plant diversity by using green manure crops and tight rotations.
  5. Manage the decay of organic materials and the balance of soil, air and water.
  6. Feed the soil using carbon from compost, green manures, livestock manures and crop residues.

HEALTHY, NATURAL, SUSTAINABLE MEATS

We want you to be educated on our farming methods and how we raise your food.

 

Explain ourselves.

HEALTHY

NATURAL

SUSTAINABLE

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES & LINKS

HEALTHY, NATURAL, SUSTAINABLE

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