We’re two farming kids in the Manawatu who now have four of our own - Ella, Hannah, Jack and Lucy. We started Greaves’ Goods because we missed the good old days - when we knew exactly where our food came from and that it was safe to feed to our families.
Greaves' Goods is a way to teach our children about the importance of food integrity and provenance, values we share with the families who purchase our produce.
Our youngest, Lucy, hand selects the eggs every day to ensure the freshest eggs end up on your table.
Our girls have access to the best greens and grub they can forage. To keep their diet diverse and pickings fresh, we move our unique shelter tunnels every few days from pasture to pasture. This also gives the land a chance to replenish, before the hens are back again.
To find out more about pasture-raised farming (and what we look like as caricatures of ourselves) click through below.
Little imperfections are nature’s stamp - like eggs and vegetables of all shapes and sizes, flowers growing outside their lines, sometimes even a little soil left on your goods.
These imperfections are all signs of pasture-raised produce, which means optimal nutrition with less impact on the environment.
We are delighted to share our fresh eggs locally. Currently, we deliver within the Palmerston North city, Feilding, Kairanga and Longburn areas.
We are frequently receiving requests for expansion on the current delivery area, and will be increasing these in line with area demand. Click here to let us know where you are based.
We started Greaves’ Goods to try and create a legacy of good. That’s why we let hens be hens, flowers grow wildly and veggies sprout without chemicals.
By creating an environment where our farm flourishes naturally, our kids can too. Learning through doing, collecting and packing eggs, pulling out carrots for tea, and knowing the land will sustain us for a long time to come.
Greaves’ Goods is doing good by the land, our family and yours. With your support, we can do good, together.