Heyday Farm
Contact: Steve Romein and Ty Cramer
Address: 5145 McDonald Ave NE. Bainbridge Island, , 98110
Email Address:
Phone: 206-887-6513
About Us
All of our animals are pasture raised on Bainbridge Island. All of our eggs and animal products are hormone and antibiotic free.

Our beef is grass fed, and the cows are rotated throughout our various pastures to ensure access to fresh grass throughout the growing season.

Our pork is pasture raised in our newly completed paddock system, allowing us to cycle our pigs onto fresh grass throughout the season.

All of our beef and pork is processed through Puget Sound Processing, a local USDA approved facility.

Our broilers spend the first three weeks in our brooder house and then spend the remaining 4-5 weeks on pasture, where they are moved daily onto fresh grass.

Our turkeys spend their first three weeks in our brooder house. Afterwards, they spend the remaining 3-3.5 months on pasture, where they are moved daily to fresh grass.

We process our poultry (broilers and turkeys) at our WSDA approved facility on-site.

Our laying hens are started each winter in our brooder house. Once spring begins, they are moved to our pasture chicken tractors that are moved daily to fresh grass.

Our pigs, broilers, turkeys, and layer hens are all fed feed from a PNW local feed mill.

Our pasture rotation management allows us to improve the soil and fertility of our 26 acre farm. Proper management allows us to prevent over grazing, while increasing the overall nutrient availability for our grasses, and in turn, our livestock.

We also have an industrial composting set-up on the farm that allows us to compost all of our animal wastes/bedding/offal. We are also able to accommodate restaurant waste from the Heyday Farm House on Old Mill Rd. The compost is then spread on the pastures during the spring.

All of our feed is ordered in bulk one-ton totes that allow us to minimize the waste that traditional 50-lb feed sacks generate. Empty totes are posted on Craigslist for reuse and up-cycling purposes, to keep them from entering into landfills.

Successful farm management has allowed us to preserve 26 acres of historic island farmland, while allowing us to provide healthy pasture-raised products to our local community.