Welcome to the MOINK farmer's page. Here at Moink we are proud of the way we farm, the care we give our animals, and the effort we put into producing the food to feed you. Moink has a network of about a hundred different farms spread all over the country and even two from Tasmania (an island off the coast of Australia).
Here are just a few of our stories. We look forward to sharing more with you! Book mark this page and follow our social media #Fieldtrips as we tell you our stories from the front line of farming!
Want to know more about our growing standards? Check our About page to learn more.
Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood Company was started in 2000 by Captain Tony Wood, a long-time guide to the best resorts, hunting and fishing locations in Southwest Alaska.
Once he discovered the fabulous taste and health benefits of fresh, wild salmon from the crystal clear waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska, he realized that he needed to share his discovery with other people. Learn more about Wild Alaskan Salmon and Seafood Company
You could probably say livestock farming is in Brad Ingram’s DNA. His land is nestled in the South Central Ozarks Highland Region, about 12 miles south of Rolla, Missouri. Learn more about Brad Ingram
Adam Cramsey, Moink Co-Founder and farmer at Adam’s Dirt Farm, lives in Missouri with his wife, Lucinda (our other Moink Co-Founder).
Having grown up on a struggling family farm, Adam is no stranger to the challenges that family farmers face. Learn more about Adams Dirt Farm
Cody Hopkins and his wife, Andrea Todt, are first-generation farmers operating just outside of Wesley, Arkansas.
The couple founded Falling Sky Farm in 2006 as part of a statewide grassroots farm cooperative, dedicating their efforts around the welfare of the animals as well as the land. Learn more about Falling Sky Farms
John Wood is a 5th generation farmer in Missouri. John is a true pioneer in the grass-fed beef movement and we owe him much gratitude for persisting in his work and research. Learn more about John Wood
Brothers Steve and Jeff and Steve’s wife Ashley operate Dettelbach Farm on thirty acres in the Arkansas delta. They are focused on operating a diversified, sustainable farm that will be an inspiration for and connection to their community and others in the agricultural network. Learn more about Dettelbach Farms with Grass Roots Cooperative
When Kerry and Josh of The Other Side Farm decided that sustainable livestock farming was the lifestyle they wanted for themselves and their family, they joined the the Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative. They both had previous agricultural experience, but they didn’t have the resources to become full-time farmers. Learn more about The Other Side Farm