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Chicken

Our Cornish Cross Broilers are the same birds raised in large confinement buildings.  Therefore, you are familiar with them; however, the taste and texture will be different.  Studies have shown pastured poultry are healthier due to an increase of omega-3 fatty acids, more vitamin A,  and less total fat than commercial birds.

 

The package prices you see here are a portrait of the estimated total.  The Illinois sales tax and $0.25 per pound delivery fee is not included in the estimate.  We charge by the pound not package, unless otherwise stated!  We use the highest poundage for the weight estimates to help with sticker shock at pickup or delivery.

 

Leg Quarter
$13.00
Sold Out
Cut-Up Chicken
<2.5lb. ($9.00)
2.5 - 2.99lb. ($11.00)
3 - 3.49lb. ($13.00)
3.5 - 3.99lb. ($15.00)
  4 - 4.49lb. (Sold Out)
4.5 - 4.99lb. ($18.00)
>5lb ($20.00)
Whole Chicken
  <2.5lb. (Sold Out)
2.5 - 2.99lb. ($11.00)
3 - 3.49lb. ($12.00)
3.5 - 3.99lb. ($14.00)
4 - 4.49lb. ($16.00)
4.5 - 4.99lb. ($18.00)
>5lb. ($20.00)
>6lb ($22.00)

Eggs

You will see a difference between our eggs and the ones you get in the grocery store.  Our pasture raised hens lay eggs with yolks that stand up and have a deep golden orange color. This is due to the freshness plus the chlorophyll (greens) in their diets.  The key to quality is the pasture.  Chickens eat a lot of grass, clovers, and weeds.  This give the flavor people talk about when they talk about “real farm eggs.”  Yolks from the grocery store are often paler and thinner.  Even some of the eggs that are labeled free range or cage free still do not have adequate quality grass in their diets.

 


Grass-Fed Beef

Pasture raised beef is a healthy, more naturally raised choice.  Grass-fed beef has more omega-3 fatty acids, more vitamin E, more CLA, fewer types of saturated fat linked with heart disease, less overall fat, and fewer calories than commercial feedlot beef.

To keep your grass-fed beef tender you need to cook it more slowly.  Do not allow it to cook too long or it can become tough and dry. A slow cooker (crock-pot) is a good way to cook certain cuts.  Start it in the morning and have a ready to eat meal when you get home from work.  Grass-fed hamburger is another way to enjoy the flavors of pasture raised beef without having to worry about how to cook it.

 

 

The package prices you see here are a portrait of the estimated total.  The Illinois sales tax and $0.25 per pound delivery fee is not included in the estimate.  We charge by the pound not package, unless otherwise stated!  We use the highest poundage for the weight estimates to help with sticker shock at pickup or delivery.

 

 


Pork

L&A Family Farms raises only Berkshire hogs. Our pigs are bred for meat quality, not show quality as other breeders do. Berkshire hogs have the reputation of having exceptional eating qualities which means you can expect wonderfully flavorful pork.  

According to the American Berkshire Association, meat quality remains the foundation of the Berkshire breed.  Compared with commodity pork, Berkshire pigs yield cuts that are well marbled and consistently sweet, tender, juicy and highly palatable.  

 

 

The package prices you see here are a portrait of the estimated total.  The Illinois sales tax and $0.25 per pound delivery fee is not included in the estimate.  We charge by the pound not package, unless otherwise stated!  We use the highest poundage for the weight estimates to help with sticker shock at pickup or delivery.

 


Produce

Our Produce is fresh!  Normally picked the same day as delivered or picked-up at the farm. 

 

All prices are per lb. (sweet corn is by the dozen)

Dried Beans 1 lb. bags
Pinto Beans ($2.50)
Kidney Beans ($2.50)
Great Northern Beans ($2.50)
Black Turtle Beans ($2.50)
1/2 bag ($2.00)
Popcorn
1 lb. bag ($2.00)
2 lb. bag ($4.00)

Stonewall Kitchen

Stonewall Kitchen, based in York, Maine, are creators of Specialty Foods; jams, grill sauces, simmering sauces, mustards, dessert sauces, etc. to name a few. They began back in 1991 selling a few dozen homemade, hand labeled item at the local farmers' markets.

With a lot of hard work and focus on quality, they continue to learn, grow and create what has become one of the most awarded specialty food companies in the industry! 

We are selling Stonewall Kitchen products at our on farm store.  We have received many great reviews from our customers about the quality and taste of these products.

Bacon Ranch Dressing ($4.95)
Roasted Garlic Vingrette ($4.95)
Strawberry Balsamic ($4.95)
Maple Bacon Balsamic ($4.95)
Wild Maine Blueberry ($5.95)
Strawberry Peach ($5.95)
Cerry Berry ($5.95)
Apple Cider ($5.95)
Raspberry Peach Champagne ($5.95)
  Seedless Blackberry (Sold Out)
  Black Raspberry (Sold Out)
Pulled Pork Simmering Sauce ($6.75)
Buffalo Wing Sauce ($6.75)
Sloppy Joe Sauce ($6.75)
Chili Stater ($6.75)
  Yankee Pot Roast Starter (Sold Out)
  Mango Lime (Sold Out)
Black Bean ($5.25)
Spicy Tomato ($5.25)
Mild Tomato ($5.25)
  Spicy Corn Relish (Sold Out)
Texas Rub ($5.95)
  Chicken & Pork (Sold Out)
Vidalic Onion Fig Sauce ($4.95)
Jamaican Jerk ($4.95)
  Boozy Bacon Barbecue Sauce (Sold Out)
  Honey Barbecue Sauce (Sold Out)
Garlic Teriyaki ($4.95)
Mesquite Steak Sauce ($4.95)
Roadhouse Steak Sauce ($4.95)
Wild Maine Blueberry ($5.45)

Turkey

Our pasture raised turkeys are good grazers, and by consuming more greenery,    they have an increase of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins E & A, folic acids, and carotenoids.  Also being able to move around produces good muscle tone, which enhances the meat quality.

 

 

The package prices you see here are a portrait of the estimated total.  The Illinois sales tax and $0.25 per pound delivery fee is not included in the estimate.  We charge by the pound not package, unless otherwise stated!  We use the highest poundage for the weight estimates to help with sticker shock at pickup or delivery.

 

 

Turkey
16-20lbs. ($43.00)
18-22lbs. ($55.00)
  20-25lbs. (Sold Out)
  > 25lbs. (Sold Out)

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