Real Farm Food -Delivered to your neighborhood

Mississippi's 100% Grass Fed Beef, Pastured Pork, Chicken & Eggs

"Everyone absolutely LOVES everything!!!
The flavor, texture & tenderness is spot on!
You definitely have a returning customer."

- Joseph, Nature's Gourmet Farm customer

About Our Farm

Hello and welcome to our family farm! Since 2010 our mission is one of stewardship and health. As Holistic Practitioners, we focus on soil health and use diverse pasture forages & adaptive grazing to regenerate our ecosystems. We do not use hormones, antibiotics, chemicals, or GMO products to raise delicious, healthy, and nutritious Grass Fed to Finish Beef, Pastured Pork, Chicken and Eggs.

We offer convenient & free pickup in key cities to include Madison, Hattiesburg, Gulf Coast, (Long Beach, Gulfport, Biloxi, Ocean Springs) and Picayune

 The Heart Of What We Do...


At Nature's Gourmet Farm, we have a passion for raising & eating delicious, nutrient-dense and healthy pasture raised foods. We have visited industry leaders to learn best-practices first hand because raising food for your family is not just a business to us, but a personal ministry we take very seriously. Additionally, we believe in helping to grow and shape pasture based farming through our Board membership on the Grass Fed Exchange.


We understand that obtaining farm fresh foods is not always convenient. That’s why we offer various package sizes, dates and pickup locations. And, now we have made it easier to order. We are the only farm in MS where you can learn about our farm & products, shop our 50 items, place your order and pay from our website.


Our goal is to develop meaningful and long-lasting relationships with our customers. By supporting our farm we understand you are making an investment in your families health. Therefore, we strive to honor your commitment by being upfront and transparent about our practices.

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Three Easy Steps to Start

1 Sign Up

Create your free account and choose the pickup location closest to you. This is where we will meet you with your order.

2 Shop

Browse through our ever growing selection of pasture-raised products. Add the products you like to your order.

3 Pick Up

Meet us to pick up your order on your scheduled pickup date and time. We look forward to seeing you!

“I picked up the ground beef on Thursday with no problems. Thanks for making this so easy!" - Rob

Featured Farm Products

Pork Half - Custom Processed

$250.00/ea (DEPOSIT - Customer determines processing and pays processor)
Sale Pork Half - Custom Processed

Beef Half - Custom Processed

$500.00/ea (DEPOSIT - Customer determines processing and pays processor)
Sale Beef Half - Custom Processed

Recent Blog Posts

July 14, 2019
Hope you are well and enjoying some summer vacation time with family and friends as well as weekend grilling time. We are basically complete with our on-farm poultry processing plant. Just a few items left. It looks really good. Next week I'll try to have a video tour for you in our newsletter. You Shouldn't Have To Wonder If Your Food Is Safe! Are you frustrated by confusing & misleading food labels? Tired of supporting a food system that puts profits ahead of animal welfare and your health? Unsure about where to turn for a food source you can truly trust? I just read an article this morning titled "What's In A Name? The Pastured Poultry Label Is Getting Controversial And Consumers Are Paying The Price."
July 6, 2019
June 17th I delivered 4-beef to Homestead Packing for processing. About a week later I was in the area and stopped to see how the beef looked. The beef you see hanging on the rail to my right are our beef. The steer you see in the picture to my right dressed 885 pounds! That means his live weight was about 1425# at 27 months old. Look at all the fat down his side, shoulders, and rump. There was plenty of body cavity fat as well. This is what we are shooting for! It is not just about age (most slaughter way to young) or weight. It is about "is he finished"? And he is not finished until there is a good fat profile - which takes time and good nutrition. Stages of growth tell the story. Regardless of age, the first requirement from grazing is to satisfy their daily maintenance needs. Nutrition left after maintenance needs are meet go to build structure or frame. When the frame is complete then extra nutrition (after maintenance) goes to adding muscle to the frame. Finally, once muscle fills the frame then any extra nutrition goes to fat and marbling. The amount of marbling helps determine the "grade" of steak. Now, contrast our beef with the beef hanging over my left shoulder