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The New Shipping Schedule for 2022!    We have been working hard all winter to make sure we can ship most of the summer! From getting better delivery rates with UPS to researching the best packing to get your order there in great shape, it has been a productive winter.    Doing it a bit… Read More

    Summer is an intense, jam packed season for us! Long days filled with a years worth of growing. Our Soy/GMO free chicken cuts disappear faster every year and our goal is to be keep it in stock longer. This means we are investing in a new inspected facility so we can raise more… Read More

Local Village Delivery Free of charge within the villages of Canton, Potsdam & Madrid, NY. Flat rate $5 delivery fee for homes outside of the villages (5 mile limit) We deliver to your door before 7am Friday mornings. Orders are due by midnight Tuesday. Please email me if you would like to receive more details about… Read More

How it Began & How it Ended What a very full year. Overflowing in fact. You must have been busy during Covid lockdowns, telling your neighbors and friends about us. Towards the middle of March we noticed an uptick in orders that grew to an astonishing number by mid April. Packing hundreds of orders as… Read More

Recycling Our Shipping Boxes Figuring out a way to recycle our shipping boxes has been something on our mind for years! So, without further ado….. Return a Box Program After you empty the shipping box of your order, find a book, DVD or CD that you would like to donate to our local library and… Read More

Frigid Morning   I finally regain consciousness from a nights sleep to be greeted by the red light from my alarm clock etching out the number 4:39 in the darkness of my room. Finding that the time is not sufficiently advanced enough to legally descend the stairs, I wait. 4:45am, only 15 minutes early –… Read More

C.S.A is Community Supported Agriculture So…a couple of special dates are coming up. One is my birthday….. I know, they come around faster every year! The other is the the one year mark on our new CSA model. We transitioned late last year to a more monthly, subscription based model and broke it up so… Read More

Just park it for me. Ranch kids get asked to do a ton of things, early. Fetch this, hold this animals head, find baler twine. Use to using all manner of 4 wheel drive equipment, you have to learn a new skill set when you revert back to a two wheel drive van. Cole was… Read More

It is 3am and I am sitting at the computer checking the weather to see what near death experiences we are to endure for the week when a pop-up ad for women’s clothing appears. I click, bringing forth a plethora of tropical colors for swim wear. Now my wife does not look like a toothpick… Read More

Duck, Turkey & Chicken Slivers of green grass are shooting towards the sun! The bare pastures already have a hint of green that grows stronger every day. The temperature topped out at just under 50F and we are shaking our heads that it is still February.  I’m sure we will have a few snowfalls before… Read More