You can feel good about eating chicken, pork and eggs from our farm. All our chickens eat feed is certified organic, and we make certain they get plenty of greens, running around outside. Our hogs eat a combination of whey, grass, hay and veggie scraps, and certified organic grain.
Our supply of pork is limited for now because we're raising Guinea Hogs, a rare breed that's on the Slow Food Arc of Good taste because it's especially tasty. We also offer 2 breeds of chicken: the standard meat breed and a slower growing breed called the Freedom Ranger, which is firmer and more flavorful.
We drop off our meat and eggs year round in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis. You can also get a 10 percent discount on whole chickens when when you come to our farm in the Northfield area. Check with us before you come. We are 45 min. south of Minneapolis.
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Kingsfield/Fulton Winter Markets at Bachman?s (6010 Lyndale Ave S. in Minneapolis) on Saturdays, January 25th, February 22nd, March 22nd, 9am ? 2pm
Call to set up a time to visit us and buy some meat or eggs. We're 45 minutes south of Minneapolis and 15 minutes from downtown Northfield.
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I can't say enough about how wonderful these chickens are! My husband and I have purchased two (so far!) and have been amazed. Flavor for days!
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