How We Farm

  • Quality of life secret to sweet, juicy pork

    Quality of life secret to sweet, juicy pork

    Did you know that 75% of processed pork (ham and bacon) in Australia is imported and that the majority of the pork you find in your local supermarket has been raised in a shed? Does that make you feel ‘ikky’? 

    Our pasture raised pigs are ‘as happy as pigs in mud.’ Allowing them to forage in chemical free fields is absolutely the secret to superior pork. 

  • Our story; Learnings from the land

    Learnings from the land and real food that consumers want

    Our family has paved a long and hard road as trailblazers, passionate about regenerating the Australian landscape. Stuart Andrews and his sons Hamish and Lachie are the second and third generation of a legacy that was created by Peter Andrews; the founder of Natural Sequence Farming.

  • Meet our loyal chicken protectors

    Meet our loyal chicken protectors

    It takes a lot of work to keep Forage Farms ticking along. One of the most important jobs is to ensure our pasture-raised chickens are protected from predators. We have four essential workers who make this happen. Meet Leah, Max, Daisy, and her little sister Holly – our trusty Maremma dogs!

  • Pasture raised hens: the secret to ‘good eggs’

    Pasture raised hens: the secret to ‘good eggs’

    When it comes to food, savvy consumers want to know where their food comes from and how it was produced. They are shunning chemicals and quick-fix solutions to food production. The health-conscious foodie is after the real deal, and this is where the pasture-raised chook comes into its own

  • 10 Healthy facts about eggs

    10 Healthy Facts About Eggs

    Eggs are more than just a delicious way to start your day! Known as nature’s multivitamin, eggs are an incredibly nutritious food source with a...

  • Pastured eggs: Better for chickens, better for us

    Pastured Eggs: Better for chickens, better for us

    Free-range was once the ethical choice when purchasing eggs, but with the changes to Free Range regulations making an educated choice in the grocery...