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What We Believe

We are Traditional Catholics aspiring to make our home a domestic church and practice good stewardship of our land so as to grow in self-reliance, produce quality food for our family, and help other families do the same. 

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Naturally Raised Livestock

We want to raise our heritage herds as naturally as possible. At pasture on our 27 acres, our animals receive a healthy and natural diet and enjoy the freedom to roam and browse. All animals are serviced by our studs kept here on the farm, and we prefer to let our mothers raise their own young - with a little help from us when needed.


"Ora et Labora"

Spiritual growth and prayer are at the top of our priorities on our farm. We strive for a balance between our chores and farm work and praying The Divine Office, The Holy Rosary, reading spiritual books and praying other personal devotions. We find our Catholic faith woven through all facets of farm life, and we wish to share and grow it constantly.


Quality Products

We don't like chemicals in our food, and we don't think you should, either. We aim to feed non-GMO grains and harvest natural beef, pork, lamb, and poultry products you can feel good about putting on your family table. Heirloom garden vegetables, local honey from our hives, and other bounties from our homestead are in the works.

New Arrivals


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We are a homestead in Northwest Ohio.  We believe in quality locally grown food, hard work, tradition, family, and the Catholic Faith.  While not everyone should be a farmer, we believe that, as a culture, we left something behind when the farm was left behind.  We hope to be a part of a movement greater than ourselves that goes "back to the land."  One in which we have greater self-reliance, and we know where our food comes from.  So hopefully, some time spent here and with us on the farm will inspire you to take your own "back to the land" actions.  In the meantime, check out how you can obtain good quality, locally grown food, heritage animals, and get to know us.


Why the name?

Glastonbury Farm is named after Glastonbury, the ancient city in the UK.  This was an ancient celtic city of Pagan worship.  It eventually was redeemed and became the site of the Missionary activity of St. Joseph of Arimathea.  From here Christianity spread to much of the British Isles.  It is also the site of one of the most ancient shrines to the Blessed Virgin--whose image was placed upon the breast of Alfred the Great in his battles against the Vikings, and even possibly the great King Arthur.

Want to Learn More?

Visit our blog to read more about our mission, learn about the day-to-day homestead happenings, and ask questions or contribute to the discussion.


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