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Update from your Farm

written by

Nick Bailey

posted on

March 18, 2020

It’s now more clear than ever that small, local farms who have a direct relationship with their customers are especially capable of serving the community during times like this. You have supported us over the years as we worked to grow our strong, secure, relevant food community and now we are all seeing the benefits in exceptional times. 

Over the last two years we’ve made significant investments in technology and logistics because while we love having people to the farm, we believe that the future of integrity food from local farms will be centered around home delivery. Now that we’re faced with this declared national emergency, we’re grateful that we have our technology and logistics in place to serve you seamlessly. We are keeping up with orders and delivering most within 36 hours. We have no indications that anything will change moving forward. We have a consistent, strong supply of beef, pork and eggs. We will likely run out of chicken in the coming weeks, but that is normal for this time of the year because we don’t produce pasture raised chicken during the winter. We will have fresh chicken again in May. 

As a team at the farm we want to thank you for the continued support and the privilege to serve you. We want to remind our Tribe not to place orders out of fear. We have always been a resource for clean, immune building, integrity food and we want to remain a source for you through good times and times of stress. We are taking extra precautions to clean and sanitize public areas at the farm and the farm store, and ensuring our team stays healthy. 

Thank you for entrusting us with your most essential needs. We’ve been here for over a decade and we’ll be here to serve you for generations to come. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to reach out. 

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