Tangle Tree Ranch

We are a small family farm, located in Doyon, which is by Devils Lake, ND. It has been in our family for many generations. We raise vegetables, fruits, chevon, lamb, goats, chickens for butchering on CSA subscription, eggs for sale, grass feed beef and Norwegian Dole horses. Our operation is not certified organic, but we strive to use all organic practices. Our land have not been sprayed since 1990, nor have it seen commercial fertilizer since then. We do use devormer for our animals, but the manure is composted and aged before it is spread on our land. Our animals have freedom to roam, both in summer and in winter. New of this year is our subscription CSA for produce, butcher chickens and heritage turkeys. The turkeys will be butchered the Sunday before Thanksgiving, so our customers can enjoy french never frozen turkey. All our birds are on alfalfa grass mix pasture, they are moved daily, have shade and french water. Our water source for our ranch is rural. Our choice for produce is mostly heirloom varieties.

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Listing last updated on Feb 19, 2012

We are a family ranch, who raises produce for CSA subscription, turkeys for CSA subscription, chickens for CSA subscription, grass feed beef for sale, lamb and chevon or goats for sale. We also raise Norwegian Dole horses, who sometimes help in the field work. We are not certified organic, but we do our best to use all organic practices. Our land have not been sprayed since 1990!



Season:  July through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  20

Full Share:  $375 for 13 weeks Chickens $2 in order fee, and $2 per lb, minus order fee, when butchered in September. Turkeys $10 in order fee, $2.75 per lb, minus orderfee whne butchered right before Thanks Giving.

1/2 Share:  $210 for 13 weeks

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

9650 46th St NE
Doyon, ND 58327
701 351 6950



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Deer and Goats, a deadly combo.

2012-09-28

We have deer worm in our goats. This little critter will paralyze a goat, so the goat will die sooner or later. NOT FUN, but tear dripping hard work. Who is responsible for the deer????If my goats damage somebody else animals would I not have to pay????

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