The buildup of adrenaline in high stress animals causes sour and tough meat. Our animals are treated with care and dignity, and socialized with humans so much that they mostly act like pets. This low stress environment creates the tastiest, tenderest meat you can find.
Using Permaculture practices such as multi-species grazing, rotational grazing, native plant seeding, and a closed system with minimal inputs, our aim is to build organic matter in the soil, improve the grazing plant health, and thereby improve animal health and nutrition.
Industrialized farming has created a severe lack of genetic diversity and one size fits all mentality. Heritage breeds need to be maintained for the health of the overall food system, and because each breed is best suited for a particular use and environment.
Frequently asked questions
When are you open?
Online orders can be placed 7 days a week for curbside pickup!
Farm Store hours: Saturdays from 9-11 am.
This is a great time to meet us, see the farm and animals, and browse our products and other local farm products not on the website.
Do you ship orders?
We strongly support the idea of local customers supporting local farms. For many reasons such as low carbon footprint, a stronger food distribution network, and keeping your money local. If you are not in our local area, we suggest you use the following websites to find a great farm local to you!
Find a farm near you! – LocalHarvest.org
Find Pasture-raised chicken, eggs, and turkey – GetRealChicken.com
Find Rare Heritage Farms and Products – LivestockConservancy.org
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Cash, Check, Venmo, Apple Pay, Zelle or Credit Card.
Do you offer delivery?
We offer local free deliver twice a month, on an every other friday schedule. The following zip codes are our deliver boundary. 21074, 21155, 21157, 21048, 21136
Use Coupon code “freefriday” to get your order delivered on the next Free Delivery Friday.
Absolutely wonderful place for Fresh eggs and milk and cheeses and their meats are scrumptious… Highly recommend this beautiful Christian family
Seth and Stephanie were amazing hosts during our RV visit. Seth’s tour of the farm was very informative and made me think about the way we eat. Tried the T-Bone and Sirloin steaks for dinner. The Red Devon Beef was amazing! We highly recommend it. We also enjoyed Stephanie’s sourdough bread. We will definitely be taking food for the road along with us!
Redemption Springs is a family-run, working small farm near Westminster, built in the 1800s. We are dedicated to improving the land, soil, plants, and wildlife, through Regenerative Agriculture with all-natural, chemical, hormone, anti-biotic, and GMO-free methods. We raise and breed Rare Heritage Livestock in a conservation program to keep these genetic lines alive and diverse. Several of our breeds are listed on the Slow Foods Ark of Taste. Our farm near Westminster serves the area with health whole foods rich in nutrients and bursting with flavor. Our regenerative practices help restore the land and air near Westminster, which helps the entire community.
Rare Heritage Livestock
Animals on the endangered species list are generally wild animals. And usually they are there because of hunting, loss of habitat, or pollution. If we leave these animals alone, and they generally come back. Rare Heritage Livestock breeds (Endangered species of Livestock) only exist on farms and have to be fed, watered, moved and generally taken care of. Farms have to choose to raise a rare breed, and do their best to make it financially viable to do so.
If you as the consumer choose to buy from breeders of rare livestock, farms will grow, herds will expand, and collectively, we can get these breeds off the conservation list. That is what we call success! In the case of meat breeds, you literally have to eat them to save them!
Farming that helps Westminster
As a family-run farm near Westminster, Redemption Springs aims to provide an all-natural atmosphere for the livestock, visitors, and customers. We ensure that our products are free of anything unnatural and raised in the best environment.
Rotational Grazing focuses on soil health, the plant health, and the animal health. With a rotational grazing environment, we can manage our animals to improve the soil and vegetation. This will also have a great impact on the health of the livestock and indirectly, the consumers.