Artist Rachel Herrick and history professor Carl Dyke bought Slow Farm in 2015 after years of searching for just the right place to begin their agricultural experiments.

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1. Give our animals amazing stress-free lives by allowing them to forage naturally and build strong long-term herd/flock relationships.

2. Restore our land's fertility through rotational diversified grazing, no-till cover crops, and minimal chemical amendments

3. Work in harmony with native plant and wildlife species by preserving + restoring habitats and pass-throughs, using non-lethal predator deterrents,  and managing invasive non-native plant species through strategic grazing.