Friday, April 1, 2011

April Specials


Small Family Value Box - $45.99
1 Skinless/Boneless Chicken Breast
2 packs of Drumsticks
1 pack of Ground Beef
1 pack of Boneless Beef Stew
1 pack of Spinach/Garlic Chicken Sausage
1 pack of Pork Chops (2 in pack)
1 pack of Mild Pork Sausage (Bulk or Link, you choose)

Large Family Value Box - 67.99
1 Whole Chicken
2 Skinless Boneless Breast
1 pack of Pork St. Louis Ribs
1 pack of Applewood Smoked Bacon
2 packs of Drumsticks
1 pack of Sweet Italian or Hot Italian Pork Sausage (you choose)
1 pack of Ground Beef
1 pack of Boneless Beef Stew

Beef Roast/Ground Beef Box - $49.99
1 Sirloin Tip Roast (about 3-3.5 lbs)
5 lb of Ground Beef

Grilling Box - $29.99
2 packs of Drumsticks
1 pack of Bratwurst
1 pack of Beef Kabob
1 pack of Ground Beef

Chicken Broth Box - $13.99
(Make your own big pot of stock. Just add vegetables and herbs, bring to a boil and then simmer all day, portion and freeze. Much lower in sodium than store bought broth.)
1 pack of Chicken Backs
1 pack of Chicken Necks
1 pack of Chicken Feet (for collagen)

Other Specials:
5 packs of Chicken Drumsticks(Great for Barbeque or making chicken salad) - normally $4.50/lb, now $3.50/lb

No Produce CSA this year

After much consideration, the kids and I have decided not to offer a Produce CSA this year. I am on the road a lot traveling to help communities across the US rebuild their local slaughter/processing infrastructure and marketing of their farm products. I am also serving on an advisory committee in Washington DC. Along with the responsibilities of running the family farm, there is not any extra time to take on more work. The kids are also taking tougher courses in their homeschooling this year like Latin, Pre-Algebra, Rhetoric and Chemistry which require a more concentrated effort to master. So, as much as we enjoyed working in the garden and growing some really unique and flavorful veggies, we have decided that taking on that level of responsibility this year just is not feasible. We would like to thank all of you that supported the kids in their endeavor. They have learned a lot and will be putting their entrepreneurial skills to work in the future with other farm projects. Warmest Regards, Genell Pridgen