Whitfield's Family Farm

  (Hinckley, Illinois)
Old Fashioned Ways to Make Old Fashioned Eggs!
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Hello All! We are expanding!

Hello! We have been quite busy here as of late at WFF!

As some of you may know, we have had a very hard time keeping up with demand this year. We have now expanded our layers and are estimating about 2 weeks away at being able to fill all orders to keep everyone happy. We know how much everyone enjoys our eggs so we want to make sure we can not only keep up with demand, but also still put out the excellent quality our customers have come to expect. I will be trying to keep up with the blog here about every 2 to 3 days or sooner as time is availible.

In other news here, we will have potted oregano,parsley,chives,savory,sage,terragon, and mint availible by the end of next month for sale here at the farm. Nothing better than fresh herbs around poultry! Snapdragons are popping and we will also be planting plenty of Jalapenos, Pablono, and cayennes.

Remember our hours starting next week are Fridays 11:30am to 4pm and Saturdays 9 til noon unless other arrangements are made. Also at this preseason time, it's a really good idea call or text us to let us know your coming to make sure we have what you need.

Delivery  days will be changing but as of right now we are only delivering on Friday mornings...delivery is free and we deliver to Hinckley, Big Rock, Waterman, Shabbonna right now.

Thank you! And remember.......

Whitfield's Family Farm...

"Old Fashioned Ways to get Old Fashioned Egg!"

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Comments:

Dean, my wife and I love your eggs. They are the best we have eaten for a long time. Keep up the good work!

Posted by Jeff Wielert on March 01, 2013 at 10:18 PM CST #

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