How We Farm
Pasture Raised Chicken
We raise Cornish Cross chickens. This breed is what you typically see in a grocery store. It grows quickly and yields a nice meaty body with a large double breast. They spend their days foraging in the grass and are supplemented with a local non-GMO feed. We sell most of our chicken as whole birds with a limited quantity of cut ups (boneless skinless breasts, leg quarters and wings). They are available fresh on processing days (late May and October) and frozen any other day. Whole chickens can be reserved with a $5/bird deposit with the remaining balance due at pick up/delivery.
Grass Fed Lamb
Our lambs are a Katahdin/Dorper cross raised on pasture 100% of the time. They eat grass in the sunshine until about 6-9 months of age. We sell most of our lambs as wholes and halves. A whole lamb yields about 40-50lbs of meat for the freezer. A half would be 20-25lbs of meat. A whole lamb requires about 1 cubic foot of freezer space (about the size of a milk crate). Cuts and be customized to your preference from the four main quarters (Shoulder, Leg, Loin and Ribs). A $100 non-refundable deposit will hold your lamb with the remaining balance being due upon delivery/pick up. We expect the lamb to be ready in July/August.
Our pigs are raised on a mixture or pasture and wooded areas of our farm. They are free to forage and are supplemented with a local GMO-free feed. We sell most of our pigs as whole and half shares. A whole pig will yield about 175lbs of meat and cuts can be customized to your preference. A whole pig requires about 5.5 cubic feet of freezer space. We work with a local processor that offers nitrate free curing for bacon and multiple MSG free sausage choices. A non-refundable $150 deposit will hold your your pig with remaining balance being due at pick-up/delivery. We expect the pork to be ready by mid/late August.