Eatwell Farm in Dixon, California
ABOUT THE FARM
Sitting on 105 acres of all organic, pasture-raised, down-to-earth, crunchy-fresh, farm heaven, Eatwell Farm (just outside Dixon, CA) has been providing members (Join Us!) with amazing, fresh-picked produce and pasture-raised chicken eggs for over 20 years.
We grow hundreds of varieties of fruits and vegetables to ensure a year-round, diverse variety of the best produce for our members and to ensure that our cornucopia is as resilient as it is varied and sustainably grown.
Eatwell Farm: Pioneering the Next Generation of Humane, Sustainable Poultry from Nigel walker on Vimeo.
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