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Visit for Free in May!

Join us for lunch on Thursdays and Fridays throughout the month of May and skip the $10 admission fee! We are open from 9 until 3 Thursday and Friday and from 11AM till 3PM on Saturdays. We publish our weekly menu on our newsletter on Wednesday - sign up here. Our lunches are seasonally based and showcase the bounty of our farm. Stay and enjoy a wholesome meal in our lovely dining room, overlooking our pastures. We have selected wines available by the glass, or purchase a bottle of any of our wines to enjoy with your meal.  
Visit for Free in May!

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  • May 4, 2018

Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm wins 2017 Chrysalis Eco-Innovation Award!

We are so proud to announce that Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm has won the 2017 Chrysalis Eco-Innovation Award! This award is part of the annual Lee County Visitors and Convention Bureau & Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce Inc. Chrysalis Awards, and is a recognition of our commitment to sustainable ecological practices that preserve and protect the environment. The award also recognizes our investment in our employees, as well as our efforts to enhance the local community and to the development of Lee County, FL as a top-tier tourist destination. Congratulati...
Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm wins 2017 Chrysalis Eco-Innovation Award!

Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm has been Certified as a Grassfed Producer!!

AGA Grassfed Standards for meat and dairy have been developed by a team of animal scientists, veterinarians, ranchers, and range management specialists. The standards focus on 4 main areas: + Diet - Animals are fed only grass and forage from weaning until harvest. + Confinement - Animals are raised on pasture without confinement to feedlots. + Antibiotics and hormones - Animals are never treated with antibiotics or growth hormones. + Origin - All animals are born and raised on American family farms. Obtaining certifications can be hard for small farms to ...
Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm has been Certified as a Grassfed Producer!!

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  • April 20, 2017

Red Wattle Pigs – Preserving our Heritage

One of the programs we are so excited about at Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm is our effort to preserve Heritage breeds, those rare and endangered breeds not used by large factory-like meat suppliers. We maintain a group, or sounder, of Red Wattle Pigs and these are the only breed of pigs we raise. These remarkable animals were discovered and bred in the early 1970's in remote East Texas. A small population has been maintained at just a handful of breeders around the US since then. The last formal count found only 42 breeding pairs, and we’re proud to have brought these ...
Red Wattle Pigs – Preserving our Heritage

NBC2 Investigation: Is farm-to-table really from the farm?

Southwest Florida restaurants are jumping on the newest menu trend of farm to table, but how do you know what you're getting is really fresh and local? Chances are you've seen a menu promising its part in this farm-to-table social movement, a way for you to know where your food came from. How do you know if you're actually getting what's advertised? That your farm-fresh ingredients weren't actually shipped in from other parts of the country? From chickens to cows to pigs, even a full garden, Rose O'Dell King's Rosy Tomorrow's Heritage Farm spans 100 acres in North ...
NBC2 Investigation: Is farm-to-table really from the farm?

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  • February 22, 2017

Did you see us on WINK News?

Enjoy post-Thanksgiving festivities at Rosy Tomorrow’s Heritage Farm Chef Scott showed easy side dishes you can make for Thanksgiving using local produce from all the farmers markets around town. John Trierweiler WINK News loved the roselle cranberry sauce!
Did you see us on WINK News?

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  • December 1, 2016

In SWFL, a completely local Thanksgiving

We were featured in the News Press by reporter Anne Reed, showcasing all the local option for thanksgiving. Here's what she had to say about us: HERITAGE PORK It's not always about the turkey. At Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm in North Fort Myers, the organically raised and pastured 100 percent Red Wattle pigs are in higher demand than previous seasons. Ham and other cuts of the humanely raised and harvested pork are available year-round. This holiday season, owner Rose O'Dell King and her staff are offering a few special items, starting with whole-roasted hogs. ...
In SWFL, a completely local Thanksgiving

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  • November 15, 2016

We’re on TV!

Rose O'Dell King was featured on WINK News - talking about the farm, our food and Friday dining.
We’re on TV!

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Farm Fresh for You

Our Farm was featured in Gulfshore Life Magazine! Their article by Cayla Childs is a round up of the options to bring the best Southwest Florida meat and produce to your table.
Farm Fresh for You

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  • October 7, 2016

For the love of lard!

Our farm was featured in The News-Press! Read about lard and leaf lard at Rosy Tomorrows, why it's healthy for you, easier to use and less expensive than olive oil.  See how we make it!  Thanks to The News-Press reporter Annabelle Tometich for letting folks know about this fat we all thought was bad for us, but is actually one amazingly healthy fat.
For the love of lard!

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  • September 30, 2016