Karluk Acres is a small family farm located in Kenai, Alaska. We raise heritage breeds of livestock and poultry in a natural setting. Animals always have access to both warm housing and to fenced in pasture/woodlands. We use humane and responsible practices to provide our animals with a good quality of life and use natural feed stuffs. We never use hormones, and will only use antibiotics when it would be necessary for the health of a sick animal. We also work within the community to promote partnerships between local businesses, our farm, and the customers in our area. We raise Gloucestershire Old Spots pigs (the only ones in the state), Nubian & Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Buckeye and Chanteclar Chickens, Welsh Harlequin Ducks, and Toulouse Geese. We are also starting to get a few bee hives and expand our garden with a high tunnel to be able to offer vegetables in the future. Look at our For Sale page to see what we have currently. Members of Livestock Breed Conservatory, Gloucestershire Old Spots Pig Breeders United, American Goat Society, American Dairy Goat Association, Alaska Grown, and Kenai Resiliency.