We love our farm partners and this month, we want to share more about Thousand Hills.
Thousand Hills is on a mission to nourish the soil, the plants, cattle, and their community by holistically grazing cattle for their lifetime! Since their founding in 2003, their passion has evolved to fully embrace their goal of regenerating as much land as possible across the U.S.Learn More
We source all of our farm-fresh products raw, directly from our farm partners. We take great care in creating the best product possible, not only to maximize the nutrition during dehydration, but to honor the hard work of the farmers who humanely raised their livestock. We stand behind our treats with a 100% satisfaction guaranteed promise: We will always make the situation right.
It all starts with how a farm operates. Our farm partners provide their livestock with a natural environment where they spend their days grazing over open acres of land and eating their natural, organic diet. Animals that have access to their instinctual drives — moving in herds, digging through earth, choosing what to eat — are happier and healthy for their entire lifetime. By sourcing from these farms, we give our customers access to a healthier, higher quality treat.
Small farmers have chosen a path of passion and love of animals and the earth, and it is no easy path. We join those farmers by choosing a path that is more challenging than most manufacturers. “Made in USA” or even “made in GA” is not good enough for us. Each bag we make shows the farm where the product originated. We believe there is value in our customers having that level of knowledge and confidence in what they are feeding their best friend.
White Oak Pastures, our first farm partner, is a truly exceptional family farm. Five generations of the Harris family have worked day in and day out raising cattle. Today, they raise 10 species of livestock. They are recognized by the Global Animal Project with the highest achievable ratings.
Greener Pastures Farm is a family-owned farm in southern Louisiana. Their top priority on the farm is respect— respect for the animals, respect for the earth and respect for the community. They create an environment that allows for their animals to be healthy in their natural habitat.