Regenerative Farming

We are committed to raising animals on pasture and utilizing regenerative pasture management. By actively managing rotational grazing we ensure that the animals are on the freshest forage available. Happy and healthy animals = delicious and nutrient-dense meat! We strive to produce the happiest animals for the healthiest humans and a better world!

To us, regenerative farming means to work in harmony with nature with management practices to actively support soil health by increasing biodiversity above and below ground, reducing topsoil loss, increasing water retention in the soil, rebuilding aquifers, and sequestering carbon.

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We believe food production is the core of community. We hope to foster community through eating, education, and restorative experiences.

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Our Name

Ram was born in a valley neighboring the Nagarjunasagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve. He was raised on stories of tigers stalking the village at night. Stories of tigers hunting the errant water buffaloes that had pulled their ties loose and wandered away from the protective shelter of the stone-walled courtyards. But these were his grandfather’s stories, because due to the degradation of the ecosystem, tigers were all but gone by the time Ram was born.

The tiger is a symbol of nature’s strength and power, but it is also a critical reminder of the vulnerability of the natural world. The mighty carnivore is the king of the forests and plays an essential role in the food chain. The tiger is inconvenient to the expansion of the growing suburban sprawl and demand for food and fuel. And the species was on the verge of extinction in India, but thankfully, conservation efforts have given the tiger and the Sagar Preserve a protected status and numbers are rising.

Our name honors that conservation victory and reminds us that our role as regenerative farmers is to be stewards of the land and the natural ecosystem. Instead of fighting against nature, we desire to farm holistically to heal the land and raise our livestock in a way that will protect the endemic species.

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