WELCOME TO WINFIELD FARM
Nestled in the Santa Ynez River valley about three miles west of Buellton on Highway 246, Winfield Farm is dedicated to top quality, naturally grown food that tastes good. Owned and operated by Bruce and Diane Steele, Bruce does the farming, Diane does the paperwork. We’ve been in business since 2003, sharing the bounty of our garden – and now heritage Mangalitsa wooly pigs – with local restaurants as well as the community (our customers span the valley from Los Olivos to Lompoc, and some dedicated customers drive all the way from Santa Barbara and Los Angeles).
Winfield Farm began as a produce operation, growing several varieties of heirloom tomatoes, melons, sweet onions, shallots, the ubiquitous squash, and the best sweet corn on the planet! Our orchard produces Blenheim apricots, peaches and pears. A few years ago we invested in a few rare Mangalitsa wooly pigs, renown for charcuterie, to consume the inevitable superabundance that a garden produces. Long story short, nature took its course… and with more than 100 pigs on the ground now, Mangalitsas have become our mainstay.
Winfield Farm operates entirely on SOLAR ENERGY & HUMAN POWER— Bruce raises our Manga herd single-handed. He has a personal relationship with every pig. Winfield Mangas are treated with utmost respect and care — birth to harvest. NO ANTIBIOTICS Winfield Manga diet consists of pasture plus 100% naturally grown barley, squash, acorns, walnuts – all except barley hand harvested locally. NO GMO FEEDS (No corn, no soybeans)
Visit our online Mangalitsa Market pages for more information about the magic of Mangalitsa pork. You can order online and taste the magic for yourself!