About Our Farm

Jubilee Family Farm is dedicated to natural and sustainable farming, specializing in pork and grass-fed lamb. We are blessed to be stewards of this land and the creatures on it. Our animals are well cared for and allowed to express their natural inclinations. They are not caged and have constant access to the outside, inside, sun or shade…whatever they prefer at that moment. While not pasture based, our pens are gigantic allowing plenty of room for running and playfulness. We do not give routine antibiotics, steroids or growth hormones, nor do we use pesticides or herbicides on our gardens or crops. We sell live animals, half or whole processed animals, wholesale and retail.

Farrowing House MamaWe Love Pigs!

Our farrow to finish hog program means the pigs are born on our farm and live their lives with us until they go in for processing and then onto your table. Farm fresh pork is the best you will ever taste! As a Step 3 producer in the Global Animal Partnership Animal Welfare program our pigs live comfortable, stress-free lives. We raise heritage cross breeds and feel this give us the best of all worlds as each breed lends its best characteristics to the offspring. Our heritage cross breeds are lean and meaty with excellent flavor. Pigs really are friendly, easy to handle and fun to have around! They eat a diet of grains, veggies, fruits, alfalfa and grasses; and enjoy living in family groups. Our breeding stock and piglets are fed non-gmo feed. Once the piglets leave mama they are sorted into our conventional and non-gmo programs. Our goal is to move to an entirely non-gmo program, but for now, as customers require a lower priced product, we must run both programs to remain sustainable.

We sell…
– Whole live animals and can deliver to the processor of your choice.
– Piglets year round, but you’ll want to get on our piglet reservation calendar because they sell out fast.
– Wholesale cuts and typically prefer to sell you all of the cuts from the whole animal.
– Retail cuts. Find us at the Grand Junction farmer’s market this year.

Did you know that pigs get sunburned and they cannot sweat? Those are two of the reasons they like to wallow in mud.

Katahdin Dorper CrossesKatahdin Dorper Cross Hair Sheep

Hair sheep do not produce wool, only hair, so there is no need for shearing. The lack of wool means less lanolin is produced by the animal resulting in a milder tasting lamb for you. They are grass-fed, dining on alfalfa grown on our farm. We lamb on the farm and babies stay with mama until fall weaning.

We sell…
– Whole live animals and can deliver to the processor of your choice.
– Lambs when available.
– Wholesale cuts and typically prefer to sell you all of the cuts from the whole animal.
– Retail cuts. Find us at the Grand Junction farmer’s market this year.

Our Crops

At this time, we are only raising alfalfa to feed our sheep and pigs. We do not use herbicides or pesticides on our fields affording you the most natural meat for your dinner table.