Thank you for visiting our home on the Internet!
Please take a moment to explore our web site. We have lots of good information to share about our sustainable farming practices as well as many fun and informative photos of our farm.
Please feel free to call us at (252) 881-0466 or send us an email if you have any questions or need additional information.
We'd love to hear from you!
Cultivate a stable, secure, sustainable local food economy by empowering our community and its families to grow their own food while respecting the land and honoring our amazing animals.
Provide an environmental, economic, and socially sustainable model for pasture-raised poultry that builds community, supports the local economy, and produces happy, healthy, clean, and tasty chicken.
We are a small family farm located in Newport, North Carolina. We specialize in clean and tasty pasture-raised, humanely-processed, non-GMO poultry and eggs. We offer a completely customized approach to acquiring farm fresh poultry for your organization, friends, and family.
We're proud to be members of the Goodness Grows in North Carolina Program.
Where does the name "Samadhi" come from?
The name comes from Yoga philosophy and it is the final limb in Patanjali's Ashtanga Yoga system. To us, Samadhi is the "bliss you experience when you are connected to the divine." It is the absolute peace we experience when we realize that we are all connected to each other through the divine that resides within us all. Further, Samadhi is not only a destination to be reached or a goal to be achieved, it can be experienced along the way.
It is this philosophy that forms our guiding principles and helps us to fulfill our "Dharma" or purpose in life. In this sense, we would like our farm to be an example of this philosophy in practice. We're aware that we are not just physically connected through the various cycles (water, mineral, etc), but we're also energetically and spiritually connected. Living our lives with this awareness makes us appreciate all beings for what they truly are - a beautiful manifestation of the power of the divine.
Carlos and Bielka
By the way, Yoga Journal does a great job describing the eight limbs of the Yoga Sutras. You can read more about it here if you're interested.