Facts and ordering information for meat . . .


We are raising chickens year round now - on average, about every 4 weeks we have a distribution. These are fresh, not frozen, when we get them from the processor, so these are for pickup customers only. We will not be able to deliver, or to store your order. We will advise scheduled pickup for each batch of birds we raise. We sell whole birds by the pound, and the processor puts a weight tag on each one. There are some cut and packaging options, as well.  Birds will range from 5# - 7# on average.


We raise lambs each year for processing in the fall . . . we take them in at a minimum of 120 lbs. live weight. A whole lamb will yields approximately 65 # of cut and packaged meat. They are processed at a USDA-inspected processor, and cut to customers' specifications, wrapped, and frozen. Check with us for pricing for whole or half lambs each year, as the cost of feed and the processor's fees affect what we must charge.



We raise Berkshire hogs, known for their tenderness, flavor, and juiciness. For half and whole hog orders, we take hogs to the processor at a minimum of 250# live weight, giving about 185# of meat after processing. Check with us for current pricing.

We also have retail pork (frozen) available on the farm. Download the price list here, and be sure to call to check on availability of cuts and to plan a pickup date/time.



We are planning to add non-confinement, pasture-raised veal - let us know if you'd like to be added to our email notification list for veal when it is available.


To verify costs and shipping needs before sending a check, we should communicate by e-mail.

Let us know if you'd like more info! Order sheets available:

Lamb Order Form          Pork Order Form


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