Protection

A New Generation of Farming

Our Products:

From Our Farm to Your Plate

It’s important to know what you’re eating. And it’s even more important to know what you aren’t eating. We want you to know that all of our products are hormone-free, antibiotic-free and non-GMO. We strive to make sure that you and your family can sleep easier knowing that our product is not only sustainably grown, but we also ensure safe and humane facility practices. This attention to detail really comes through in the taste of the final product. As a family, we have the ultimate "test kitchen" in that we eat everything we raise!

Treatment

We at Spencer-Lotusdale Farm are in a growth phase, and we will add new product lines along the way. These product lines will include pastured poultry, woodland finished pigs, sustainably harvested forest products, maple syrup, and honey.

"Nature loves simplicity and unity"


Cultivation

Providing Local Foods in Chardon, Ohio


History

Our focus has come full-circle to provide locally grown foods for the Chardon, Ohio region. We represent a farming legacy in Geauga county that was founded in 1813. This year we are in the process of obtaining "Bicentennial Farm" status from the state of Ohio.

Buying local food? Our goal is to provide quality food products grown sustainably. We want our community to know where their food comes from, who raises the food, and the appreciation we have for our farm property.

 

  • Pastured Poultry
  • Woodland Finished Pork
  • Pastured Turkeys
  • Spencer-Lotusdale Farm Swag
  • Farm Tours


We will strive to provide food that is  antibiotic, pesticide, and GMO-free.  Animals are raised humanely with access to fresh pasture, fresh air, sunshine, and crystal clear spring water. (www.responsibletechnology.org/10-Reasons-to-Avoid-GMOs ). 

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Come Grow With Us as We Grow Our Local Foods Community

We have really been inspired by the example and writings of Joel Salatin of Polyface Farm (www.polyfacefarms.com). We have made the effort to take the farm "full circle" back to a focus on serving the needs of our local foods community. Adapting some of the "Salatin methodologies", we have added some of our own improvements drawing from areas as diverse as permaculture and sustainable building practices. See our Buckminster Fuller inspired geo-dome swine inclosure (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geodesic_dome ).