Hare Today-Gone Tomorrow
If you're looking for the best food for your beloved pets, you've come to the right place.
We are licensed and inspected through the PA Dept of Agriculture and have been in business since 1999.
Phone: view phone800-640-3582
Fax: view fax814-587-2178
We are located in North Western PA. Hare Today started as a small rabbitry [thus the name]. Hare Today is a family run, 52 acre farm. We strive for a healthy environment for our animals without the use of hormones or antibiotics. I believe that a healthy animal raised with plenty of pasture space (rotational grazing) as well as good management techniques does not require all the "preventative measures" found in most feed lot practices. Fresh air, plenty of sunshine and room to roam is by far the best way to raise livestock. The rabbits are fed an alfalfa based rabbit pellet and are housed in a colony setting in a modified green house. They are not caged. The Goats are grass fed. You can see additional pictures of our farm by clicking on the about us page in the information box.
Farming is hard work. I do not know of any small farms that are getting rich by farming. So many family farms are going under, as they can not keep up with the factory farming methods (and who wants to?). By supporting local farmers this helps keep the family farms operating.
The chicken, turkey, pheasant, duck, salmon are USDA inspected ALL NATURAL.
I deal with a State inspected processing plant that supplies me with tripe, mutton, beef, and pork all passed for human consumption. [excluding tripe.] These animals come from local farmers. All our products are hormone and antibiotic free. Shipping info and commonly asked questions can be viewed by going to the information box on website and clicking on the links.
Hours of work
Long lost and finally found it
from Eva - Minneapolis, MN - 04/07/2016
This organization is exactly what I was thinking about for the longest time - and then I finally found it.
All of the benefits that come raw apply to my pooches now that I integrated into their diet. I only wish I could afford to give them only raw.