“We are a small farm raising a variety of meats and vegetables for local farmers markets in the St. Louis area. All of our animals are free range and “grass pasture” raised.”

My name is Colby Jones and I bought Farrar Out Farm in February, 2010 at the age of 20. I had worked on the farm for over 5 years before having the opportunity to buy it.

At Farrar Out Farm, we take our responsibility of growing the healthiest food possible very seriously. You get the best product possible from Farrar Out Farm. Since buying the farm, I have added beef and lamb to the list of products that we raise and sell.

Our products include: Black Angus beef, Katahdin and Dorper cross lambs, Berkshire cross pigs, Cornish Cross chickens, eggs from free range chickens, and produce. All our animals are raised without growth hormones or antibiotics (Never – Ever) and are raised on pasture.

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241 Crosswinds Ln Perryville, MO 63775

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Kirkwood Farmers Market

150 E Argonne Dr, Kirkwood, MO 63122

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Wildwood Farmers Market

221 Plaza Dr, Grover, MO 63040

Saturday 8:30am–12pm

S.O.L. Food Farmers Market

7260 Southwest Ave, Maplewood, MO 63143

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Colby M. Jones




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More about our Farm

Farm Size

230 acres

Herd Size

  • 25 cows and 18 steers
  • 75 pigs per year
  • 86 ewes, 4 rams, and they raise around 130 lambs per year
  • 1,000 chickens (broilers)
  • 200 egg-laying chickens
  • 140 turkeys


  • Pastured-Pork
  • Grass-fed Beef
  • Grass-fed Lamb
  • Pastured-Chicken
  • Pasture-raised Eggs
  • Produce

Animal Feed

  • Cattle: grass-fed, grass-finished
  • Lamb: grass-fed, grass-finished
  • Hogs: pastured with supplemental non-GMO grain
  • Chickens: pastured with supplemental non-GMO grain


  • Cattle: rotated through 6 pastures –The pastures that Colby uses for his cattle are allowed to recover before cattle are put back on the same ground
  • Sheep: moved weekly, and have access to shelter when necessary
  • Pigs: moved weekly
  • Egg-laying chickens: housed at night but are totally free range during the day
  • Broilers: moved around the sheep pastures in mobile pens regularly

Conservation Practices

  • Crop rotation
  • Compost
  • No synthetic chemicals
  • Water conservation – drip irrigation
  • Pollinator habitat enhancement plan
  • Grazing management plan
  • No antibiotics, parasiticides, growth promotants, or added hormones
  • No confinement of animals
  • No nose rings or docked tails for pigs

Additional Practices

  • Grows own transplants
  • Organic seeds