Deck Family Farm is a 320-acre organic farm in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We raise cows, sheep, pigs, chickens, and turkeys on grass pastures, providing a natural habitat that mimics what their wild ancestors lived in.
Pasture raised animals not only live a more stress free life than their confinement-fed counterparts, but they also grow to provide a tastier and healthier meat.
As a certified organic operation, we rely on natural cycles to build soil fertility and never use hormones or antibiotics. Our commitment to you is to raise the healthiest, happiest animals possible and we believe that, in turn, these animals will provide you with great nutrition and amazing taste.
- Thanksgiving is right around the corner…and we have TURKEYS! Goobble Goooooobbbbllleee.Broad Breasted White & Heritage Bronze Turkeys Raised on Organic Pastures Ready for the Holiday Season! Visit www.DeckFamilyFarm.com or call 541-998-4697 to place your order Pick up at LCFM Holiday Market, PSU Market, Hollywood Market and Farm Pick Up, Saturday, November 18th Pick up at Montavilla, Sunday, November 19th ... read more
- Pullet Eggs @ Farmers Markets!Pullet eggs are smaller in size, but give you double the nutrients. Ask at our reps at your local farmers markets for availability. Get them while they last for a limited time only. ... read more
- Full Farm CSA Live!After years of dreaming, and months of planning, we have our first official Full Farm CSA boxes ready for delivery. Congratulations especially to Ella and Christine, who have made this happen through countless hours of planning and effort: talking with member farms, meeting with potential members, designing the full farm store, and putting together the program. Ella and Chris showing off the full farm CSA boxes ready for delivery, May 5, 2017 Providing vegetables, meat, eggs, milk, honey, nuts, ... read more
- A Farmily Gathering: this week featuring Beer and Honey Braised Spare RibsGathered around our table this last Wednesday, we had our weekly community night, consisting of farm family and interns, better known as our “Farmily”. Amidst talk of organizing who is taking out the trash and compost and arranging who will be cooking over the coming week, we also regularly express our appreciations for each other and the greater world, an important part of living together in community. The OTHER important part of our community evenings is sharing a meal, which encompasses ... read more