Fall is here and there is a lot more to life than the recent election! For example, “What should I feed my family for supper? What about thanksgiving, what should we serve the family? What can we eat that will make us FEEL better and help boost our immune system, rather than tax it and make us tired and weak? How can we be sure about what we are feeding our children, it has become a no-compromise world when it comes to choosing our food and medicine.” These are typical thoughts in our home. We work tirelessly to fill our larder with healthy food choices. Meat is only one part of our diet, but it happens to be our life too… raising animals to a point of harvest that we are proud to share with friends and family. Now I am here to make it available to your family for the upcoming holidays and even for gifts and all the meals in between.
I am announcing that we have had a gracious harvest we’d like to share. So here are the special cuts we have ready to go now. Whole pork loins (30 inches long!) pork picnic roasts, fresh ham roasts, plus all other pork cuts, we have for the first time…leg of lamb, boneless lamb shoulder roasts, lamb loin and rib chops and ground lamb, all from our grass only wool sheep flock! We also have grass-only beef briskets and other roasts and plenty of burger to offer for all the options of ways to eat ground beef. We have all these cuts and more available at the farm now. Simply email us to set a time to meet me at our farm store and we will make it happen.
We hope to hear from you soon so you can be prepared for the holidays…and whatever else is coming down the pike in the coming winter. Stock your freezer and be safe and sound in your cozy home! We also have gift cards available, give the gift of good food, good life and most of all, LOVE. – Ben
(Please note: Lamb prices are not posted on our website and are as follows: Ground lamb $10/lbs, Roasts $16.50/lbs, and Chops $22.50/lbs. WHY so expensive? Each lamb only yields 33 lbs of meat! Also – Beef and Pork prices are posted on our farm website. Compare with Fresh Market, who still cannot tell you who loved their animals.)