EnviroFarm Ranch/immediate donation

EnviroFarm started out as a five acre family farm in Queen Creek, Arizona for the purpose of the family having access to fresh eggs, poultry, lamb, goat, and fresh fruit and vegetables from the garden. We breed and raise Suffolk sheep for meat and wool, and also raise registerable boer meat goats. Other animals include rabbits, and poultry. From time to time a steer, turkeys and geese are raised as well depending on customer requests.

Over the years, friends, guests, and other members of the community asked us to provide them with products and experiences we have enjoyed over the years, and it is difficult to keep up with the demand without a few upgrades.

Completed Projects (partially funded by donations):

1. (done 8/14) Orchard fencing and gates to keep critters out of orchard - $1,800 (actual cost was $1,075)

2. (done 9/14) Roof for horse grooming and washing area that doubles as a slaughtering and processing area. $1,500 (actual cost was $1,500)

3.  (done 8/16) Demo interior of chicken coop, add new nesting boxes, redo windows, add functional board and batten shutters for the winter, paint and decorate exterior. - Cost: $550

Current Projects:

1.  Recycled barn (in progress)- Almost all the parts for a 10 stall gabled roof barn are stored on the farm, waiting for the funding to have it re-constructed. Finally, we have a contractor experienced in constructing farm structures to do the work. - Cost: $8,869 

2. Secure perimeter fencing on the north, west, and east sides of the property, with front gates. Cost: $25,000

3. Livestock management equipment, gates, squeeze chutes and pathways. Cost: $5,000

4. Pasture establishment including grading and leveling, seeding, irrigation fees. Cost: $6,000

5. Vegetable garden and fruit tree drip system. Cost: $1,500

Donor Perks!!!

Depending on donation amount, donors can get one or more of the following:

- a butcher's apron with the farm logo imprinted
- homemade prickly pear canned goods
- all the prickly pear you could ever want (seasonal)
- a free dozen organically raised eggs
- a free rabbit (halal- we barbecue them...)
- pesticide free garden produce
- a discount on products, workshops, or services
- a free visit and guided tour
- an archery lesson
- a horsemanship lesson
- a day on the farm
- a pony ride
- an overnight farm experience
- a trail ride
- private family swim day (6ft high completely walled pool)
- shares in the business

Our goals include:

- continue selling breeding, livestock, and eggs to local individuals, groups, and farmer's markets
- funding educational projects (using agriculture based school curriculum developed and tested for 10 years at a charter school)
- continuing committment to recycling/reusing materials for farm usage
- raising organically raised, grass fed livestock
- utilizing humane livestock management practices according to the philosophy of Temple Grandin
- teaching home gardening for nutrition and food security
- supplying food banks with organically grown vegetables and fruit 
- conducting workshops in food processing (canning, dehydrating, solar cooking, etc)
- conducting workshops in farm related funtional art
- offering trail rides for kids and adults
- offering practical farming skills (shearing, milking, animal care)
- providing archery club tournaments and instruction
- hosting community gatherings, field trips, picnics, parties, weddings
  • Marci Hadley-Mairel 
    • $100 
    • 39 mos
  • Karen Hadley 
    • $20 
    • 39 mos
  • Debra Enos 
    • $300 
    • 39 mos
  • Jacqueline Shoyeb 
    • $100 
    • 39 mos
  • Ibrahim Shoyeb 
    • $200 
    • 53 mos
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Jameela Anthonette Pugh 
San Tan Valley, AZ
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