Elm Bend Farm

Mission Statement

Provide quality pasture raised beef and chicken directly to homes.

About Elm Bend Farm

Our farm sits on 50 acres in Nowata County right next to Lori’s parents.

Choice of Meats

Elm Bend Farm will offer a variety of beef, chicken and seasonal turkeys.

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Elm Bend Farm

Nowata, OK

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What is Regenerative Farming

Regenerative farming describes farming and grazing practices that reverse climate change by rebuilding soil, organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity. The result is both carbon drawdown and improved water cycle. Elm Bend Farm is a regenerative farm in Nowata, OK!

farming with healthy soil

organic farming practices

improving the land

How Does Regenerative Farming Work

The key to regenerative agriculture is that it not only does no harm to the land but actually improves it. Regenerative farming uses technologies that regenerate and revitalize the soil and the environment. Elm Bend Farm is a regenerative farm in Nowata, OK!


Elm Bend Farm is a 100% organic farm, working hand in hand with nature. Our animals are pasture raised without artificial pesticides or fertilizers.


Our meats and products will vary throughout the year as we are 100% seasonal. Everything that comes out of Elm Bend Farm is organic and fresh.


Our goal at Elm Bend Farm is to provide you with the freshest and healthiest meats we can. We only sell what we would serve in our own kitchens.

Why is Regenerative Farming Important

The loss of the world’s fertile soil and biodiversity, along with the loss of indigenous seeds and knowledge, pose a mortal threat to our future survival. According to soil scientists, at current rates of soil destruction within 50 years we will suffer serious damage to public health. We will also literally no longer have enough arable topsoil to feed ourselves.

regenerative farming in Nowata, OK

Words from an Expert

If you’ve never heard about the amazing potential of regenerative agriculture and land use practices to naturally sequester a critical mass of CO2 in the soil and forests, you’re not alone. One of the best-kept secrets in the world today is that the solution to global warming and the climate crisis (as well as poverty and deteriorating public health) lies right under our feet, and at the end of our knives and forks.

Ronnie Cummins, Regeneration International Steering Committee Member – Click here to learn more about regenerative farming.

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