Hey, it's my birthday today and I am now 39. Holy cats, how cool is that?! I'll be celebrating by having a pretty normal day and seeing if I can get my hands on a sweet treat.
To extend the celebration, I want to offer an early bird sign up for both meat and turkey shares. This is an on farm chicken and or turkey share pick up. The first processing date for the chickens will be around June 20th. The turkeys will be ready sometime on early October. I am offering $.50 off each pound. Instead of $4.50/pound it's now $4.00. The deposit of $10 will remain the same. Chickens usually average 4-6 pounds, so costs average in that $20.00 ballpark with the subtraction of the $10.00 deposit.
The same goes for turkey shares. Instead of $6.00/lb I'm offering $5.50/lb and with the same $25.00 deposit. Turkeys can average 10-15 pounds so cost around $65 per bird minus the deposit. I also plan on raising a heritage breed turkey called Chocolate Turkeys. I have raised them in the past and they are wonderful birds!
Another aspect I offer with on farm poultry processing is the opportunity for YOU to be part of this process. I have had newbies and regulars at each processing time. And really, the more the merrier. I'm happy to teach you the ropes and you get to see exactly how your bird was raised and handled. You are also welcome to participate on whatever level you feel comfortable. If it's jumping right in, watching from the sidelines, or just picking up your birds after processing is done.
All of my animals are on pasture rotation, including poultry. They get a new paddock at least once a week if not more. When processing day happens on the farm, myself and a team of people harvest and process each bird and let them cool in a tank of ice cold water. We then weigh and bag each bird for YOU to take home and put in your freezer. No middle person and as transparent as you can be!
This offer will end in ON WEEK! That's Sunday February 2nd. Sign up soon so you don't miss this birthday discount.
Thank you for the support!
Born and raised in a small town, then moved back to the same small town. Jill of many trades and happy to be so.