Eat clean. Live well
- ABOUT US -
At Delta Farm, L.L.C. we are committed to offering some of the cleanest sustainably raised meat, fish and poultry along with Kaniksu Feeds livestock feed and grain, domestically sourced from the Pacific Northwest. We consider ourselves stewards of the land and work hard to offer our products that have been raised sustainably with minimal impact to the land.
Kankisu Feeds are made with whole-food ingredients – never any by products, and is minimally processed for maximum nutrition. Including ingredients like green and yellow peas for protein, wheat and barley for energy and canola, flax and camelina seeds for healthy fats.
Kankisu Feeds purchases the vast majority of their feed ingredients directly from local sustainable producers. Knowing where the grain comes from makes it easier to ensure product safety and consistency. The ingredients are tested for commercial herbicide residue before even being put into the feed.
Nutritionally balanced feed. Kankisu Feeds is nutritionally analyzed and supplemented with a vitamin and mineral pre-mix, to make sure that our customer’s animals are getting everything they need to be happy and healthy.
Everything we offer meets our commitment to offer you, our discerning customer the best local food items you need to maintain optimal health. Eat clean, live well.
- Our Team -
Haley Hull | Farmhand
Farm-girl right from the start and raised in Oklahoma, Haley came to Loomis, CA seeking her roots. With her experience, friendliness, and an outstanding work ethic, she is an amazing contribution to the Delta Farm, LLC team. She enjoys spending time on the farm as a supportive figure.
Nina Clark | Owner
With an educational background in business and banking and over 25 years of experience training, riding and caring for horses, Nina is the mastermind and day-to-day Business Manager of Delta Farm, LLC. She has been recognized by equestrian organizations at the local, regional, and national levels as a member of the California Farm Bureau, the Placer Farm Bureau, Placer Grown, the US Equestrian Federation, the US Dressage Federation, the California Dressage Society, and Sacramento Slow Food, which further connects her beliefs to reality.