Welcome to Rural Reverie!
A growing first generation family farm, it is our desire to serve our community and provide our customers with quality agricultural products. We strive to do this while maintaining a romantic partnership with nature, and as we see it, a more traditional style of old world farming.
Faith - Family - Freedom - Farming
These are the values we live by and how we have ordered them in our life and on our farm. We want to invite you to follow our family on this journey, starting a farm is not easy! Read Our Story, check out our blog posts, and join us on Facebook, where we will share both our successes and failures. And, if you happen to find yourself in our neck of the woods, our doors are open and we encourage you to Come and See!
You, the customer, is the most important member of our farm and why we stress for you to Come & See. We can work from sun up to sun down every day, provide blood, sweat and tears for this land and our animals, but ultimately it would be for nothing without you. Your support and patronage, whether it is because you agree with our values or are simply a conscientious consumer, allows us to do what we love. For this, we thank you! Read more on You, The Consumer Farmer.
Rural Reverie Beef
Our cattle are pasture raised and finished using a rotational grazing system, allowing regular access to fresh grasses and forages. We do not influence their growth by feeding grains or using hormones, but provide locally sourced hay to supplement as needed, as well as free-choice tubs to ensure they receive any nutrients which may be lacking in their diets. We do not believe in mass treating our herd with antibiotics, so any issues which arise are handled on a case-by-case basis. While these methods may take longer and cost a little more, we believe it is a more wholesome product our customers will appreciate. Click below to learn more about our beef and browse our current selections.
Rural Reverie Pork
While a pig may grow quickly in a confined space fed a steady diet of corn, we have opted for a more balanced method. Our pigs are rotated on fresh pastures, which we supplement with vegetable scraps from the garden along with feed and grains we specially blend to ensure they receive all the nutrients their growing bodies require. Allowed to follow their basic instinct to forage, root, and play in mud holes seems to breed a happier, healthier pig, evidenced by their curly wagging tails! Click below to learn more about our pork and browse our current selections.
Rural Reverie Chevon
Goats are well known for their antics and Houdini-like escape acts. Browsers, they like to jump and climb, and the grass is always greener on the other side! So raising a goat, giving it the freedom to freely forage, while keeping it safe from predators and off the neighbors lawn, can be a logistical challenge. We are able to rotate our herd frequently giving them access to fresh pasture and allowing us to be proactive in our health management program. Click below to learn more about chevon and browse our chevon selections.
Rural Reverie Lamb
East Texas is known for it's hot, humid Summer... and Spring... and let's face it even the Fall at times. So we have chosen to raise hair sheep which do not have to be sheared and will give us the meat quality we desire. Our flock is moved regularly among fresh pastures as part of our land and health management program. Click below to learn more about how our lambs are raised and then browse our lamb selections.
Terms and Conditions
Customer satisfaction is extremely important to us at Rural Reverie. We put a lot of time and love into the animals we raise. All of our meat is processed in a USDA certified facility. Upon delivery, Rural Reverie relinquishes all responsibility for the handling, storage, and preparation of the product. We recommend following the labeled USDA safe handling instructions. We value customer feedback so if you are not satisfied with our product in any way, please contact us so that we may address any concerns.