The Faces of the Farm
We are humble farmers utilizing the land that Ahna's great-grandfather farmed in the early 1900's. While farming has always been in our background, it wasn't a reality for us until we got married in 2014. Our farm is a God given dream that provides food for our family and the community. God is in everything we do here, and is the center of our operation. He gave us these animals, and everything we do is to glorify Him.
While farming is not our only job, it is truly our passion. When we began preparing our land and designing our pastures, we did not realize what a true blessing this place would become. Owning a farm is a lot of work; there are good days and bad days, but there will never be a day that we come home from work and not enjoy being stewards of our animals. They truly bring joy to our lives, even through the trials.
Our farm is still in the growing stages with everything from the pasture fencing to the barn building. Our goal as a heritage farm is to make others aware of the heritage breeds while rebuilding their population and farming the way things used to be, like God intended.
We are grateful to be your farmers!
-Cam & Ahna Frye
Our farming dream began several years ago while we were still dating. At the time, Ahna had always fantasized about operating her own farm on her family's old farm land but did not think Cam shared the same vision. Over time he began showing interest in all things "farming" and eventually decided that raising animals was something he wanted to do. As we prayed over our future and the potential of starting a farm, Ahna stumbled upon the verse Deuteronomy 28:11, which quickly became the focus of our operation. Then, one Sunday during church service, the name of our future farm was revealed to us through a hymn. After lots of prayer, a few months time, and a wedding, Alleluia Acres was born!
We raise our animals as naturally as possible and never give our livestock growth hormones or antibiotics. Every animal we own is fed a mixture of soy free, NonGMO, and organic feeds, hay, and supplements. Our hogs and goats are never given corn or expired produce-they don't consume anything we wouldn't eat ourselves!
We even take extra precautions to not have pesticides, fertilizers, or chemicals in contact with our fields. Everything we use in our home, our yard, and our garden has our animals in mind. We even use plant based car wash to prevent any run off from contaminating our all natural pastures.