Four Sisters Farm is located on the Western Slope of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.  It sits just below Leroux Creek National Forest and the Grand Mesa (one of the world’s largest flat top mountains), at an elevation of 6,500 feet. 

Surrounded by wildlife & conservation properties, the farm has a unique and diverse landscape.  An elevated cedar forest covers the west side of the property providing shade for the animals in the summer and organic compost matter for the pastures.  A natural spring on the farm provides pure fresh water for the animals year round.

The animals are pasture raised on 50 acres of high meadow grass.  Loaded with clover and alfalfa, the organic pasture is comprised of over 7 natural grasses.  No herbicides, pesticides, or chemicals have ever been used since the farm’s establishment.

In addition to raising animals, the farm grows its own hay.  This ensures control over the animal’s food source when they need supplemental feed.

We have been farming this land since 2004.  We have always maintained a small herd of 100% pastured beef and raised chicken, lamb, & pig on occasion.  The meat was originally raised for our own consumption and sold to close friends & family.  Four Sisters Farm starting selling to the public in 2010.  Since our inception we have always sold our 100% pastured beef and lamb raised by one of the farm’s neighbors.  We added seasonal pastured chicken to our offering in the summer of 2011 and pork in the summer of 2012.  We hope to one day raise our own lamb and turkeys.


The Farm

Four Sisters Farm, LLC

Denver & Hotchkiss Colorado

Lower in saturated fat & higher in Omega-3‘s!  Find out more HEALTH BENEFITS OF GRASS FINISHED MEAT!

Thank you 5280 magazine for highlighting Four Sisters Farm as a great beef CSA in your September 2012 issue!!!

Find Us at The Old South Pearl Street FARMERS MARKET in 2015!  The market runs from 9am-1pm and we’ll be there the following Sundays:

  1. September 20th & 27th

  2. October 11th & 18th

  3. November 1st, 8th, & 15th

1500 Block of S. Pearl