At this time, no. The main reason for this is that certifications take considerable time and money. However, recently several well-known certifications have been under scrutiny from farmers and consumers because some producers have been able to obtain certification, but clearly were not embodying either the letter or the spirit of the certification (think “organic” factory farming and “organic” CAFOs).
We don’t want to be associated with producers who bend the rules. We also don’t want to be invested heavily into a third-party certifier that chooses to water down its own ideals in order to stay solvent.
Bottom line: our certification is simple. Come and see our farm and how we treat our animals and land. Just ask your questions. We call it “client certification”. If in the future we feel a certain certification will benefit our customers, we’ll consider it.