Sharing the Cornerstones of homesteading and good farm living.

Cornerstone Acres Farm

Cornerstone Acres Farm

Boer goats, Kiko goats, Purebred Satin rabbits, French Angora rabbits, Silver Fox rabbits, Meat rabbit crosses, dressed meat birds and rabbits, Great Pyrenees puppies, Asian Heirloom Hogs and Mulefoot/Mangalitsa Hogs for sale.  Also offering natural homestead products for sale such as seeds, seedlings, vegetables, herbs, eggs, chickens, jams, Angora fibers, jellies and much much more. 

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Visitor information:

We enjoy visitors to our farm,but please remember we are a working livestock farm. I work outside the home a few days a week and when I am home I am usually working with the animals - whether it's cleaning barns or doing routine maintence of hooves, shots and fecals.  While we are always happy to visit with budding young (or not-so-young) farmers and animal enthusaists, we may not have lots of time available on certain days. 

If you are just "dropping in" keep in mind a few things.  We butcher livestock for our own needs right here on the farm. This may be done anytime of the year as we do chickens, pigs, rabbits and goats.  If you or your young children may be squeamish about seeing this in process, please contact us before arriving to see what our schedule is.  Also remember that livestock are animals and animals poop.  We do our best to keep our pens and barns clean, but you will find goat berries and Great Pyrenees "land mines" around most of the time.  The goat babies (and even the Pyrenees) are always curious to see new people and have a tendancy to jump on or attempt to eat your clothing.  Please remember that before dropping in on your way home from church!!  And lastly it may not always be possible to allow visitors into our pens, please don't take offense.

So while we are happy to have visitors, be sure to bring your best sense of humor but not your best clothes and shoes.  If you happen to stop by when nobody is home, we ask that you please refrain from visiting the animals and reschedule your visit to another time that we are available to safely show you around.

Also, as we begin herd testing, we are also increasing the biosecurity on our farm.  This may require visitors to wear either boot/show cover or to dip the soles of their shoes into a dilute bleach solution before entering our pens. 

Thank you for your understanding in all matters.

6022 S 25 Road
Boon Michigan 49618 USA

Hours of operation:
By appointment only at this time.

The easiest way to contact us is through our email below. Leave a message if no answer 616-834-4431

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 We are on Facebook.....drop by and say hi!    We also have a page dedicated just to our fainting goats....Fallen Angels Fainting Goats!

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NOTE: We seem to have continued issues with both our internal and external links.  Please let me know if you encounter such an issue and I will fix it as soon as possible.



Current contest - FREE STUFF soaping give away!  Win either a place at one of our classes or if you are too far away to join us, win 8 bars of soap!   

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Upcoming Events

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Farm Production Totals

Wow...I'm WAY behind in posting totals.  I guess 2017 will be a better year.  ;)


(last update 6/22/17)

Meat: 0

Vegetables/fruits: 48#

Eggs (chicken only):  1038

Honey: 0

Maple Syrup: 0 (this year is a bust)

Fiber: 2.94 oz

Babies born/hatched: 97

Jars into the pantry (dehydrated and canned): 16

Milk: 20+ gallons (I haven't been keeping track very well!)

New Additions:  12



(last update 10/31/15)


Meat: 362#

Vegetables/Fruit: 551.88#

Eggs: 1918

Honey: 28#

Maple Syrup:  2 gallons

Angora Fiber:

Babies Born/hatched:  157

Jars into the pantry: 113

Milk: 16 gallons

New additons:  60 (plus a nuc of bees)
























Meat: 240#

Vegetables/Fruit: Didn't keep track

Eggs: 3348

Honey: 1 pint

Maple Syrup: None

Angora Fiber: 5 oz

Babies Born/hatched: 168

Jars into the pantry: 150

Milk: 5 gallons