We raise various types of livestock for food purposes. The main purpose of our livestock program is simply to ensure food stability in a nationwide food crisis situation so we focus more on species and breeds that can be kept, bred, and harvested with minimum electrical or mechanical intervention. This is why pigs and poultry make up the bulk of our livestock focus, with goats and cattle as a secondary interest. We focus on breeds that are stable in terms of temperament, what they yield, growth, health, and overall ability to grow on limited feed, rather than that grow quickly for market. Sales to market are not our focus but as most of the species we work will will outproduce what we need ourselves, except in the worst food shortage situations, we often have some to sell. It is a goal that our animals be able to produce enough marketable product to cover the cost of raising them.