Jethrow on his farm

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Welcome to our desert oasis. Located 60 miles West of Las Vegas, between Las Vegas and Death Valley. Our goal is to strive to become as self sustainable as possible and being good stewards of our land and animals.
The main goal and focus is in raising animals humanely and providing them the best possible environment in which to grow. This environment must include full access to grass pastures.  Our beliefs is what guided us on our path to becoming the only “animal  welfare approved” farm for our fresh pastured organic eggs, chickens, and geese.
All farm activities are performed with organic and or bio-dynamic growing methods and principles.

Jethrow on his farm

We caught the large male Farrell cat and we felt it was safe enough to let Jethrow and Gia out on the farm that they have grown up for the last twelve years . They both a very cautious of thier surroundings.



  • tanya

    what did you do with him. will be difficult for him w/out his colony. will you get him neutered?

    May 18, 2018 at 1:16 pm
    • primetimefarms
      Michaelene Griffin

      I offered to pay for him to be neutered but they offer catch neuter and release where found and he is beating my cats up trying to kill them jumping them in broad day light on my block walled property my last vet bill was $500 my cats are in their teens not fare not to be safe on their own farm. It’s my irresponsible neighbor who had a litter of kittens and let’s them run free moms black and white she said two kittens disappeared months ago well guess what there are two black and white cats here that have been beating my cats up. Shimi kept all strays off our farm but she retired last year. We have a animal foundation here that is taking him and I think sister if I catch her I fear more Farrell kittens soon.

      May 18, 2018 at 2:00 pm

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