Hurd Farm is operated by Steve Hurd, his wife Sheryl and two daughters,
Morgan and Leanne. Steve is the third generation to live and farm here. We take
great pride in our agricultural heritage and are passionate about raising the best,
locally grown meats available. In 2005, we permanently preserved the farm by
placing a conservation easement on the property. This allowed us to continue in
the farming business and has protected our land from being developed into a
"crop of houses". We, and future Hurd generations, will continue to enjoy the vast
open fields, tree-lined acres, and views of the Taylor River for years to come.

Our family believes in raising happy, healthy animals to provide our community
with healthy, delicious food. Choosing to purchase from local farms supports the
community, benefits the environment and wildlife and preserves open space. You
are tasting real flavors and supporting a local family, all while knowing exactly
where your food is coming from. By bringing our farm to your table, you are
investing in the future, helping to ensure that there will be farms in the community
tomorrow. We hope that you'll support your local farmers, try some of our naturally
raised meats and see that there is no comparison in flavor and quality to today's
large commercial operation's products.

Below is a collection of photos of the four Hurd generations. Technology has
changed how we farm, from the hard-working horses, to the shiny green and
yellow "Deere", but the land will be preserved forever just as you see it in these
photos.


1st Generation - Leander Hurd
2nd Generation - Leander & son Geary Hurd
1948
3rd Generation - Geary & son Steven Hurd
1962
4th Generation - Steven &
daughter Morgan Hurd
1996
Steve and Morgan at the Farmer's Market
2010