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Hazelton Farms


A small family owned farm located in Kings Valley, OR

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Hazelton Farms


A small family owned farm located in Kings Valley, OR

Hazelton Farms is a family farm located about 20 miles west of Corvallis, OR. On our 40 acre farmstead, we raise grass-fed yaks and pastured American Guinea Hogs for meat, and mini-Nubian goats for dairy. The farm is run by the Hazelton-Hukari family. Nick  raises the yaks and hogs, and Mark and Olivia raise the goats and are developing the dairy. Evelyn funds the operation(works off farm). 

Hazelton Farms is dedicated to raising and producing nutrient rich food while practicing methods to sustain and regenerate the land around us. Modern technology has made farming "easier", but many of the older ways of practicing agriculture are more symbiotic with our environment and provide more nutrient-complete food. We're trying to get back to the land while progressing with technology. And we want to share that experience with you. 

Meat


Meat


Our yaks are 100% grass fed on pasture, this keeps them happy and healthy. Hormones and antibiotics are not used on our yaks or hogs. The hogs are primarily fed on pasture, but also receive grain, vegetables, fruits, and other food scraps. 

All of our meat is wrapped and frozen in freezer paper. It comes in varying sizes of packaging.

Here is our yak cut list(I try to keep this updated frequently, but these cuts may not be available):

Tenderloin steak: $34/lb
T-Bone steak: $21/lb
Rib steak: $21/lb
Tri-Tip steak: $19/lb
Top Sirloin steak $18/b
Cube steak: $14/lb
Sirloin Tip steak: $13/lb
Burger: $12/lb
Stew Meat: $12/lb
Sirloin tip roast: $11/lb
Rump roast: $11/lb
Arm roast: $11/lb
Chuck roast: $11/lb
Tongue: $8/lb
Tail: $4/lb
Soup bones: $4/lb

Here is our pork cut list:     
Shanks: $3/lb
Hocks: $3/lb
Head: $3/lb
Skin: $1/lb
Bones: $2/lb

For more information and to order please contact Nick Hazelton by email, nickhaze.hazelton@gmail.com, or by phone, (541) 609-1411.

For information on hogs or to be put on the waiting list for a half or whole hog please contact Nick as well. 

Herd Share


Herd Share


Get your nutrient dense milk directly from the source!

Herdshare owners purchase shares in the goat herd and then pay a fee for the farmer to feed and board the animals, provide the labor to milk the goats, and store the consumer's milk.  The consumer does not buy milk from the farmer.  Instead, they pay a monthly fee to the farmer for feeding, care, and milking the herd.  

Each share will produce about a half gallon of delicious raw goat milk per week.  We deliver to Corvallis, Philomath, Dallas, and Monmouth/Independence areas.

What you get as a goat share owner:

  • Each share gets ½ gallon of raw milk per week
  • Delivery to Corvallis/Philomath/Monmouth/Dallas
  • The freshest milk without being a farmer
  • An ethical option where you own a share of a herd that is well cared for.
  • Owning goats, visiting the farm, seeing 1st hand
  • •    30 day full refund if not satisfied

Prices: Multiple shares and fractions of a share available

  • half share = $12.50 onetime buy-in + $25/mo
  • one share = $25 onetime buy-in + $50/mo
  • two shares = $50 onetime buy-in + $75/mo
  • three shares = $75 onetime buy-in + $100/mo

Guarantee:  We offer a 30 day full guarantee. 

 

 

Fiber


Fiber


We aren't selling fiber this season, but we will be brushing the yaks out in the spring of 2017 and you will be able to find our fiber through Bellwether Wool Company.

Yak fiber is a sought after fiber by fiber artists. Yaks have 2 different layers of hair, one is the long outer layer that protects them from the rain and the other is an insulating down layer that keeps them warm. The outer layer is more coarse and is typically used for felting, it's micron measurement(unit for diameter of fiber) ranges from 60-90. The soft down layer is made into yarn and felt, it ranges from 14-20 microns, giving it the microfiber consistency of cashmere. The soft layer is very valuable and tends to beat other fibers in warmth(insulation), strength, and comfort.