Dandelion Hills is a family-owned mini-farm located in Caro, Michigan established to provide healthful food to our family and the local community.
While 2014 is the inaugural year for our mini-farm, we have been gardening extensively and researching permaculture practices since 2012. This year, we are looking to utilize permaculture methods and other regenerative practices to add more biodiversity and hopefully receive more yield from our efforts.
Currently we are focusing on privately raising pastured broilers, but in the future we hope to offer pastured eggs, fruits, vegetables, and honey bee products at a roadside stand on our property. Other products may include homemade laundry detergent, herbs, flowers, seeds and more!
Remember, all of our products will be beyond organic as we strive to grow heirloom produce and use Mother Nature’s numerous years of experience to help us manage undesirable invasive species.
We strive to utilize biodynamic, regenerative (not just sustainable) practices to work in symbiosis with the land as we raise animals and grow produce. We pledge never to use artificial sprays or man-made chemicals of any kind.