We raise our chickens in chicken tractors, which is basically a chicken coop that moves every day. Giving them fresh grass, fresh bugs, and a clean space to graze. This method of pasture raising is also more beneficial for the grass spreading manure more evenly and allowing the chickens to utilize the grass more efficiently . Chicken tractors also protect our chickens from predators like eagles and coyotes.
Our chickens are fed with in season farms organic grain. We prefer in season because it the closest organic feed so we can keep it local and healthy. They also get a lot of treats from the organic veggie field.
We will be raising 2 batches of chickens a year, depending on how sales are going for the season.
The first batch FOR THE SEASON IS FULL YOU CAN STILL ORDER FOR THE SECOND BATCH. should be ready around Late June. The second batch should be ready around the beginning of September.
We are changing our ordering process this season and will be having people pre-order before we order chicks so that butcher day runs smoother.
Please fill out the order form to hold your chickens for the season. we ask for a $5 deposit for each bird that can be sent to the farm.
7996 mt baker hwy, deming wa, 98244.
Pick up is on farm only.
We like our birds to be around 5 pounds when they are butchered and we sell them at $4.50 a pound.
you can order through tyne at email@example.com or call
Our beef are raised on healthy grass and daily treats from our organic field. We spoil our animals because we want our animals to be happy. they get everything from asparagus to zucchini. Every Thursday they get a big cart full of cabbage leaves, beet greens, zucchini, eggplant, peppers... anything that is left over from csa packaging .
We sell our beef by quarter half or whole for butcher in late October, You can place an order through tyne at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-599-1095
Lucky is a special sheep to our farm. He was breached at birth so we had to pull him out and resuscitated him. He is quite the sweetie.
Tippi and Lyla are adventurous and playful additions to the farm that were donated to the farm from an unsafe living situation. We are happy to have them with us for companionship and entertainment.