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Known & Grown exists to help farmers within the St. Louis foodshed spread the word about their practices, their products, and the principles that ground their work.

Known & Grown STL is a project of Missouri Coalition for the Environment, on behalf of the St. Louis Food Policy Coalition.

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Coriander Fields

“Coriander Fields is a family farm dedicated to raising animals on pasture.”

“Our chickens are raised with care and respect; given free access to pasture where they can run, scratch the earth, stretch their wings, and catch all the grasshoppers they want. They also receive a GMO-free grain ration. The results are healthy birds which make healthy, flavorful meat that “tastes like chicken” with a firm, yet tender texture you can’t find at the grocery store.”

“Managing Coriander Fields is a family affair as our three sons are alongside us every day collecting eggs, moving the animals and checking fences. Even our youngest’s first word was “bok-bok” instead of “ma-ma” or “da-da”.

“You’ll taste the difference that our high-standards produce. All of our animals are fed with all natural non-gmo feeds and cared for at the highest levels of animal welfare standards. We’re proud to be your farmers and bring the best of regenerative agriculture to the Edwardsville area.”

Visit Our Farm!

Location

Dorsey, IL 62021

Visiting Hours

Occasional open houses are available for guests – sign up for their newletter for details! 

Shop with us.

Online Farm Store

 

Goshen Community Market

North 2nd Street,

Edwardsville, Il 62025

(618) 307-6045

 

Maryville Farmers Market

Fireman’s Park,

Maryville, Illinois 62062

(618) 960-6489

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Contact us.

Mindy and Edward Cory

mindythechickenlady@gmail.com

(618) 960-6489

corianderfields.com

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A Look at Our Farm

More About Our Farm

Farm Size

6 acres, 3 of which are devoted to rotating livestock

Conservation Practices

  • No synthetic chemicals on pasture
  • Integrated pest management
  • Nutrient management plan
  • Field border
  • Grazing management plan
  • No antibiotics, parasitides. and other farm drugs for non-therapeutic reasons
  • No synthetic growth promotants or added hormones
  • No GMO feed
  • No debeaking chickens

 

Additional Practices

  • Heritage breed chickens for egg production
  • Daily rotation on pasture for broiler chickens

Products

  • Eggs
  • Chicken
  • Turkey

Herd Size

4 batches of 350 broiler chickens during the warm months

70 egg-laying chickens

Animal Feed

Chickens forage on pasture, with supplemental, non-GMO feed

Rotation

Broiler chickens are moved daily. Egg laying chickens are moved weekly.