About Our Farm


Barreras Family Farm is dedicated to emulate the seven Army Values both in our daily farm operations and community involvement. We strive to operate our farm with a Christ-centered perspective, dedicated to sustainable land and animal stewardship and to the distribution of high quality farm products.


Barreras Family Farm provides pasture raised, antibiotic and hormone free, sustainable farm products via direct retail and wholesale customers in the Omaha and surrounding areas.

Barreras Family Farm provides educational programs, farm field trips and its annual Rent-a-Chick program to help foster an understanding of natural sustainable farming practices with the local community.


He’s a healthy, thriving little guy now, no more vomiting, internal bleeding ER’s or hospitals.  The milk he had for those 3 weeks really did save his life! My sister made a type of formula from a recipe she found by adding coconut oil, molasses, water and a few other things along with your goats milk.  Nothing else was working and he had a whole medical team saying he might not make it if they couldn’t figure something out fast.  Breast milk, regular formulas, prescription formulas, medication, powdered raw goats milk, he couldn’t keep anything down or in his body…EXCEPT the milk you guys have (heart) complete turn around! It really is a miracle! Thanks again! (Hugs)

Cody is doing amazing!


I met Anthony Barreras, his wife Mariel and, at the time, their five boys during the summer, 2014.

I was looking for real and local, free range produced farm eggs.  I found a few offerings on Craigslist.  The one that stood out turned out to lead me to Anthony’s farm.

From my first visit, it was evident his farm is the read deal.  It’s active, vibrant and energetic.  Alive! Now, 2.5 years later, I can’t imagine going anywhere else.  I’ve learned more about chickens than I ever thought possible.  I’ve watched as the farm has moved ahead on projects to improve and increase production and efficiency.  More than once I’ve visited to “get me some eggs”, and found Anthony deep in a project to get more out of what’s available to the farm.

Since that summer of 2014, the additional offerings of goats’ milk and meat birds has, in my opinion, made the Barreras Family Farm of greater value to the surrounding community.  I’ve often wondered if there will ever be a significant return and restoration of the genuine Family Farm.  With the likes of Anthony and family, I’m optimistic; especially, from a veteran of military service. I’ve always noticed that anyone who is a true veteran displays the unwavering commitment to people, community and task.

I’m not the farms only customer, but Anthony and his family make me feel like I am.  Always engaging and willing to take time to share the adventures and dramas of the animals on the farm.  There is also an intuitive sense to the customers needs.  Ready to accommodate with another dozen eggs, the extra quart of milk I forgot I wanted or when to expect the next meat bird processing to take place so I can make arrangements to place my order.

At the end of the day, the Barreras Family Farm adds an unseen and immeasurable value to the local community.

Best regards,

Nick S.

…Barreras Family Farm adds an unseen and immeasurable value to the local community.

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