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Prana Farms


Can You Be Here Now?

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Prana Farms


Can You Be Here Now?

WELCOME TO prana farms

Prana Farms is dedicated to the living energy we balance. Nourishing, revering, honoring our bodies as we move through space during this lifetime. This was once a simpler time to live. Our minds have become a morass of thought and constant activity. Our farm, our intention, is to dial us back to human connectivity and more harmonious, quieter living.

Welcome to Prana.


THE PERFECT KITCHEN

Cook up a storm in our fully stocked chef's kitchen and a serve it up at a dinner table that seats 16.

run through the woods Explore over 30 acres of pristine woodland.


run through the woods

Explore over 30 acres of pristine woodland.


relax on the lawn

Grab a thick novel and a spot on a bench underneath a giant elm tree.

explore the grounds Climb a tree, play tag, jump across a babbling brook, find that spot where a trickle of water gurgles from a natural spring.


explore the grounds

Climb a tree, play tag, jump across a babbling brook, find that spot where a trickle of water gurgles from a natural spring.


HOP IN THE POOL

Jump into the deep end...of our heated swimming pool.
 


stargaze

Enjoy the beautiful night sky afforded by a lack of city lights.

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Livestock


Free range chickens, goats, alpaca, bees, and plenty of bass for fishin'.

Livestock


Free range chickens, goats, alpaca, bees, and plenty of bass for fishin'.

The birds

We love our flock! No roasters and no roosters. Our ladies are a mix of Rhode Island Reds, Black Australorps, and Barred Rocks. We free range them out back during the day and they all head back to the coop at night.

All organic feeds, all the time. Zero growth hormones, because who needs that in the morning scramble!? Our eldest is “Lucy,” a Brooklyn transplant (like us!) going on Year 2. She’s also our most consistent daily layer.

BLUE

Our barn cat was hired full time in April 2015. He’s primarily after would-be chicken-feed-pilfering chipmunks.

the bees

Fingers crossed, our two queens are still happy. With just a whiff of pheromone in the air, they command over 500 workers each. Queens are marked with a blue dot on their backs, so we can easily tell them apart from honeycomb-builders in the center of the hive. 

For the Ark

Las queremos Lamanchas – bred for their fatty milk produciton and sweet disposition, our goats are milked daily to keep production fluid. From this raw milk we produce cheese, soap, and a healthy dollop of yogurt. Our goats were named after Matt Timms’ (shout out to the Takedowns) favorite metal bands: Maiden and Pantera.

WILD-FLOWER BEES

IT'S ALL THE BUZZZZZZZ

Prana Farms' bees feed on the pollen of wild grass, flowers, and trees. From birch trees to daisies, our bees enjoy a healthy, diverse, organic diet and produce the valley's finest honey.

alpaca

4 multi-colored males have joined our fieldscape. Named after the Greatest Band That Ever Was - August, Mexicali, Starr, and Magnolia.

We shear coats once a year, in the late Spring. 

Cerberus Basil Hayden guards our gates. She’s mostly bark and even the occasional nip. Her favorite food is avocado and she's a bit overzealous on the football pitch.


Cerberus

Basil Hayden guards our gates. She’s mostly bark and even the occasional nip. Her favorite food is avocado and she's a bit overzealous on the football pitch.

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Facilities


Nap in a lakeside teepee, dive into the swimming pool, sneak into the yurts.

Facilities


Nap in a lakeside teepee, dive into the swimming pool, sneak into the yurts.

farm house

classic

The Big House is what they'd call this if it were a plantation. This is where it all started all those years ago. Featuring a working fireplace and full chef's kitchen with a dining table that comfortably seats 16.

lakeside teepees

be one with nature

Hop in a teepee and zip yourself up in a comfy sleeping bag. Watch out for bugs.

yurts

simple & comfortable

Inspired by the designs of lake-side hotel in Panajachel, Guatemala, these artisanally crafted yurts provide year-round shelter for hipsters & hippies alike.