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SparCs Farm Partners

  • East Chatam, NY

    Eric & Martha Suquet have long been advocates of a sustainable food system. After years of living the city life in Brooklyn, NY, they headed to upstate to the Hudson River Valley and started their own farm raising pastured pigs.

    SparCs Partner since March, 2018

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  • Shatlesville, PA

    The Jurgielexicz family have been duck farming for four generations. Today Joe Jurgielewicz & Son, Ltd. is one of the leading Pekin duck suppliers in North America. The Jurgielewicz family has been practicing sustainable farming since they purchased their land in Pennsylvania back in 1983.

    SparCs Partner since February, 2018

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  • Riverhead, NY

    Goodale Farms has been farming the east end of Long Island since the mid-1800s. Starting as a very small operation, the farm now has over 21 dairy cows, 125 goats, 10 beef cows, 20 pigs, and 250 chickens. Goodale is Eastern Long Island’s premiere source of pasture raised meats and dairy products.

    SparCs Partner since March, 2018

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  • Hopewell, NJ

    Double Brook Farms, established in 2004, raises pigs, sheep, chicken, ducks, and turkeys on over 800 acres of pasture. Their pigs, chickens and turkeys supplement their foraged diet with our SparCs veggie blend, providing a nutrient dense supplement to their diets.

    SparCs Partner since April, 2018

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  • East Moriches, NY

    The American KuneKune Pig Society is an official breed registry of purebred KuneKunes. They are committed to the preservation and promotion of purebred, pedigreed, and DNA verified KuneKunes. This breed of swine, native to New Zealand, reached near extinction in the 1970s. The KuneKune Conservation Program was created by Michael Willis and John Simister, who singlehandedly saved the breed from extinction. KuneKunes are known for their smaller size and docile personality. This breed is still rare in the United States, but is quickly gaining popularity.

    SparCs Partner since March, 2018

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  • Lafayette, NJ

    Todd Appelbaum, owner and founder of Roaming Acres began his farming career back in 1993 as an ostrich farmer. He has since grown his business and now raises bison, Berkshire hogs, and chickens in addition to ostrich. Todd and his team raise their animals with the utmost respect and integrity. Animals are free to roam on pasture and are raised as nature intended, without the use of steroids, hormones, or antibiotics.

    SparCs Partner since February, 2018

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  • Bernardsville, NJ

    PK’s Four Brothers Farm (PKFBF) goes beyond the standards of organic farming by practicing regenerative agriculture-an approach to farming that both rebuilds and restores soil organic matter. PKFBF increase their animal’s wellbeing by moving them onto fresh pasture daily.

    SparCs Partner since April, 2018

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  • Newtown, PA

    Birchwood Farm was established in October, 1943 and maintains the same a high level of care and integrity for their animals today. Optimizing soil health is an important part of Birchwood Farm’s approach to farming. The Tierney family believes in a symbiotic relationship between the soil, plant and animal. A healthy soil provides their Jersey cows with a diverse, nutritious diet, producing rich, delicious milk.

    SparCs Partners since April, 2018

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  • Newark, NJ

    Rodrigo Duarte, native to Cantanhede, Portugal, is the only U.S. producer of pata negra and jambon iberico. He raises black Iberian pigs, a traditional breed native to the Iberian Peninsula on open pasture. The pigs are finished on acorns, which gives the pork a rich, nutty flavor and highly sought after intramuscular fat.

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