In 2010, at age 21, Stryker Farm’s owner Nolan Thevenet decided to drop out of college and follow his dream of working outside and being a farmer. Over a decade later, he prides himself on practicing true free range farming. Each of Stryker Farm's livestock animals has unrestricted access to a wild habitat of pasture and forest land, thus allowing them to act out their natural behaviors. Nolan believes that small scale, sustainable farming is the answer to many environmental, animal welfare, and human health issues of our time. With words like "natural" and "organic" often being over-used, it is more important than ever to know where your food is coming from and how it was raised.