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Skagit River Ranch
Contact: George & Eiko Vojkovich
Address: 28778 Utopia Road Sedro-Woolley, WA, 98284
Email Address: skagitriverranch@gmail.com
Phone: 360-856-0722
About Us
Skagit River Ranch is a family owned organic farm in the fertile Skagit Valley about 1.5 hours north of Seattle. We are along the beautiful Skagit River, where eagles roost in winter, and salmon return every summer. Our commitment is to farm in harmony with this environment. We believe that by being good stewards of the land and using sustainable, organic & humane methods, Mother Nature will bless us back with healthy, clean food.. a gift we are honored to share with you. The work is demanding, but we love taking part in strengthening the link between the land, sustainable farming and our customers. In the last 17 years, we have committed to providing our customers with the most wholesome, best tasting, organic grass-fed beef, organic pork, organic chicken, turkeys and eggs.
Practices
As certified organic producers, we don’t use antibiotics, steroids, growth hormones or animal by-products. We grow a variety of grasses, legumes, and herbs to provide our animals with a balance of natural nutrients essential for maintaining good health. Our Wagyu and Angus cattle are 100 % grass-fed and organic. For non-ruminant animals like chickens and hogs, we mill local organic grains on the farm to ensure the highest quality, non-GMO feed. We invite you to explore our web site, try our exceptional products, and visit the ranch.

Our ranch became “Certified Organic” in 1998. In order to pass the stringent requirements of Organic Standards set by the State Department of Agriculture (USDA) we are required to meet and maintain these rigorous criteria:

1. No chemicals/pesticides/herbicides on the land or pastures at least 3 years prior to certification
2. No hormones, antibiotics or animal byproducts fed to the animals during their entire lives
3. Animals must be born, raised, and spend their entire lives on organic fields
4. If grains are fed, they must be certified organic. (Our non-ruminant animals, chicken and pigs, need grain for their health. We mill certified organic whole grains)

To be “certified organic”, both the land and the animals must meet certification requirements. We submit ourselves to third-party verification and go through USDA inspection every year to build customer confidence and trust.