Hello and Welcome to

RoseWood Farm!

Healthy food
Hard Workers
Woodlands
Best equipment
Natural & organic
Made with love
what we do

Our Produce

Our Team

RoseWood Family

Emily Wegner

Controller

Kerry Marsh

Plant Manager

Clem Dawson

Coordinator

Fran Blake

Vice President

Erica Welsh

Coordinator
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Farmer Training

Apprenticeship

The year-long Apprenticeship Program is available for people who have worked for at least one season on a farm. Apprentices help out with all aspects of the ranch.

  • $600/month stipend
  • $100 for health benefits

Summer Internships

The three-month-long Summer Internship is available for people who have worked for at least one season on a farm. Apprentices help out with all aspects of the ranch.

  • $600/month stipend
  • $100 for health benefits
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Weekly Farmbox

Our menu changes weekly according to what's fresh, local, and in-season. With our service, you get more control of what goes in your box, and you can make up to 5 substitutions in every delivery!

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Our Products

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Farming Practice

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Grass-fed beef

We rotate the beef herd to fresh pasture every 1 - 3 days, moving them to a new temporary paddock using portable electic fencing from April through November.

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Raw Guernsey Milk

We rotate the beef herd to fresh pasture every 1 - 3 days, moving them to a new temporary paddock using portable electic fencing from April through November.

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Meat Chickens

We rotate the beef herd to fresh pasture every 1 - 3 days, moving them to a new temporary paddock using portable electic fencing from April through November.

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Woodland pork

We rotate the beef herd to fresh pasture every 1 - 3 days, moving them to a new temporary paddock using portable electic fencing from April through November.

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Pasture Turkeys

We rotate the beef herd to fresh pasture every 1 - 3 days, moving them to a new temporary paddock using portable electic fencing from April through November.

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Vegetables

We rotate the beef herd to fresh pasture every 1 - 3 days, moving them to a new temporary paddock using portable electic fencing from April through November.

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Contact Us

+78 887 222 33+78 888 111 22
123 6th St. Melbourne, FL 32904
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