Rosa’s Ridge, situated just 11 km’s from Margaret River in the small community of Rosa Brook, is a family owned and operated farming business dedicated to growing Pasture Raised Table Birds and Premium Goat Meat using regenerative, ethical and transparent practices on spray-free pastures.
We grow table birds from day-old to processing date. Upon graduating to the Chicken Chalet’s (large, moveable coops with stocking rates lower than Organic Free-Range by 37.5%) at 2-3 weeks old, our birds have direct contact to pasture. Their coops (moved daily to maintain optimal soil and animal health) are designed so that our birds can experience the cleansing of fresh air, vitamin D from the sun, a smorgasbord of micro-organisms, insects, bugs, seeds and grasses whilst also being protected from harsh weather and predators.
Hand Processed at a licenced micro-abottoir, our chickens are humanely treated with respect leaving the meat clean and uncontaminated for the highest eating experience.
Careful grazing management paired with free-choice minerals ensure our goats maintain optimal health, resulting in a chem-free and premium pasture raised meat product. With less saturated fat and less cholesterol than other red meats, higher levels of iron than lamb, beef and chicken and, with a subtle, sweet savoury flavour, our goat meat is the perfect choice for the health-conscious consumer.
Goat supply is seasonal and only available at the Markets.
An array of whole and cut up product will be available most Saturdays at the Margaret River Farmers Markets as we feel strongly about maintaining the relationship between grower and consumer and understand its important role in maintaining the transparency of our business practices. Come on down, say g’day and grab some wholesome, nutrient packed pastured meats for your family.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected] AND follow us on Facebook and instagram to “know your farmer”.
From our family to yours from Joel Salatin, founder of Polyface Farms and champion of regenerative agriculture, “You, as a food buyer, have the distinct privilege of proactively participating in shaping the world your children will inherit.”