Todd Geisert

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Fresh Herbs, Produce, Meat and More: Todd Geisert Farms

It’s no secret that I am a fan of Todd Geisert Farms and what they do. Having grown up in Bulgaria, fresh fruit, veggies and meat were never a foreign concept to me until I came to the Midwest and found that they are a little hard to find here. If you have never tasted … Continue reading »

Happy Earth Day The Piglet Way

Last week I had my piglet fix at Todd Geisert Farm! We are so lucky to have Todd and his family who raise pigs the natural way and let them roam free! Enjoy the pictures below and remember that Todd’s farm stand is open from dusk till dawn for your meat and produce needs! He … Continue reading »

One little piggy, two little piggies, three little piggies…

You never know what life will put on your plate… You might be having a very ordinary day, and then stumble upon something extraordinary. When we went to Todd Geisert Farms to get some cucumbers and tomatoes, I didn’t even imagine I will see what I saw. We said “Hi” to Todd, he offered to … Continue reading »

Oink-Oink Overload: Pigs Are Smarter Than We Think

When we think about pigs, we think that they are dirty, smelly and not particularly smart. Have you ever considered that we might be totally wrong? The associations people have made with the word, ‘pig’, are less than glamorous. In fact, there are downright negative connotations attached to the word, which is why we use … Continue reading »

This Is My Day: Variety Is The Key And Everything Starts With “P”

I was out and about today, gathering lots of material for the blog. Here is a little sneak peek, to sparkle your curiosity 😉 More photos, along with the stories, coming on the blog soon!! What did you do today? You can leave your answers in the comment section below 🙂

Todd Geisert Farms: Where Happy Pigs Roam Free

If you haven’t seen a happy pig, you need to visit the Geisert farm! Located on 4851 Old Hwy 100, just one mile east of Fifth Street, this family-owned farm  still operates like in the old days. Naturally raised pigs are free to roam the farmlands of Washington, today, as they did in 1916. Fifth-generation farmer … Continue reading »