The Original Feed name was introduced by the staff at Pine Creek Farm and Feed in 2010.
Our vision was to create a premium all-natural feed using only non-GMO grains and natural minerals. The ingredients we banned from this feed were GMO grains, growth hormones, animal byproducts, preservatives, artificial flavors, and bakery waste.
The research and development of our line of Original Feeds has been an up-hill climb and has demanded a big investment of time and effort. We tested and tried a few different ingredients in which some did a poor job of meeting the required nutrition needed. But thanks to all of you who assisted us, we are now pleased to see excellent results. It is our pleasure to see you as a responsible livestock caregiver, utilizing our years of experience in formulating feed from non-GMO ingredients. The reward for the efforts we spent on this project is hearing the many positive comments from our Original Feeds customers.
Here’s some of our team-members:
Mark and his bride, Rachel, along with daughter Christina and son Jacob, farm on a 70-acre farm in Newark, New York. He raises horses, sheep, turkeys, cattle and chickens. It’s been a lifetime goal of Mark and his family to make it possible for farms like his to raise natural, healthy, back-to-the-basics livestock . Mark joined our staff in 2012 with a strong passion for Original Feed after retiring from a 25-year career as a Union Pipe Fitter. Mark‘s hobbies are showing horses and offering covered wagon rides.
Gerald is the long term employee of Pine Creek. Professional, friendly, kind, and caring are his strengths. Call and find out for yourself. His jobs include billing, pricing, buying and receiving phone calls. Gerald‘s hobbies are camping, hunting, and fishing.
Jordan is fourteen. His hobbies are helping his dad in the store and raising crops and cattle. He can’t wait until he is “big” and can help customers.
Wendell is eleven and is in sixth grade. He is on site every minute he is allowed. He anticipates shipments of new toys coming, combine rides, and socializing with the guys. When he gets “big” he wants to be part of the team.