Thanksgiving market, turkey pickup day and more!

Our Father’s Farm

Fresh from our farm to your fork

 

On Farm Turkey Pick up day! November, 21st, 2015.

We are now SOLD OUT for this year.

 

The cows grazing as the sun sets.

Happy turkeys on pasture.

Fresh baked goods to create your holiday table

The Saturday before Thanksgiving:

 

We are having a fall fun day here on the farm when you come pick up your turkey! Bring family and friends to see the farm animals and shop our store and bake sale!

November 21st 2015!

Read about last years pick up day!

Last Chicken of the year!

We recommend stocking up now.

Along with the bake sale, beef, and other products in our store we are hoping to have chicken for Turkey Pick up and fun fall day!

 

Come on out! Bring friends and family

Thanksgiving Market Saturday the 21st!

Forest Farmers Market

Come see us at the market this saturday! We will be there with a stock of chicken, turkeys for pick up PRE-ORDER only, several steaks, and fresh baked goods! Create your holiday table with pies, cookies, breads and more!

In door market address:1088 Rustic Village Road

  The market will be open from 8:00am-12:00. Come stock your pantry!

For those who are picking up a turkey please come by 11:30.

Customer Review:

“Want to tell you all about how wonderful our turkey was! Thank you so much for a moist, tender and flavorful turkey that we all loved and ate sooooo very much of.!!!!!
We enjoyed the beautiful fall day last week and the drive out to pick up the bird and to see your lovely farm in its awesome location.”

~ Satisfied Customer

Farm Girl Note:

 

 

Farming life is so exciting it rarely slows down, but winter is approaching soon where we hope for a little more quiet. This Friday, with several friends, we will be processing our last batch of birds: the Turkeys! Then Saturday we will have a pickup day here on the farm. Turkey pickup day is always a fun day seeing lots of friends and customers along with selling our turkeys.

 

A few days ago two of our boys who usually do the evening turkey chores were out hunting (tis the season), my sister and I headed up to the turkeys. As we drove around the corner of trees we saw that all the turkeys had escaped their fencing and were roaming the whole top of the field and tree line! The sun was sinking

quickly behind them. We had been expecting a quick stop. “I don’t believe it!” laments my sister as we pulled to a stop. Both of us surrounded the flock, opened a part in the fence, and shooed the majority of them inside but there were still about 10 reluctant ones hanging around the outer edge of the fence. As we both turned to get them, the turkeys in the pen began sneaking out! I jumped back to the opening. While Sheila gathered up the last few turkeys I did my best to keep the flock of huge

turkeys in. Over all, after the fence was pinned closed and all the fence stakes stomped in a few more times for extra security, we fed the turkeys and headed to our next task, happy that it would only be about 1 week more of tending to the turkey flock… I’ll share about processing day later though;-).

 

Give thanks both in the good times and bad! Since Thanksgiving is so close I will say that I am thankful for all of our customer and friend support! Without the Lord and you all this farming venture would be impossible! So thank you for supporting our farm and family. What are you thankful for today?

~Hope

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