Except for his two years at Purdue, Tim has lived on and managed this farm his entire life. Together with his son, Nick, the two are bringing the farm's products directly to consumers in Central Indiana.
When Charles Robert Carter bought Honey Creek farm in 1937, the dirt was barren and the profits were scarce. But over the next decade, by carefully rotating cattle, chicken, and hogs over the 80-acres, he naturally replenished the soils to full productivity.
Today, we care for the land the same way. Intensive rotational grazing creates not only the best quality meats, but also protects and enhances the fertility of the land.