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WOW!!!

written by

Ben Simmons

posted on

March 4, 2024

Last week I shared our team processing ground beef for our farm’s March sales.

This was after two days spent cutting and packing steaks, roast, etc. from eight beef. Once all the beef was stacked into our freezer I made a short video that you can watch by clicking HERE

This video represents 8-beef. 1.5 beef were custom orders and 6.5 beef (about 1.5 more than our typical amount harvested) were for our farm store sales.
Inventory was added to our farm store Friday, Feb 23rd at 6pm. It is important to note this is the time communicated in our weekly newsletters.

And, boy were customers ready to place their orders! We are still in shock how fast product sold. By Sunday morning, 90+ percent had been sold.

Top 10 products for March by total sales are:
Custom Beef
Beef Ground Bundle 25#
Chicken Breast – 2 per pack
Beef Ground Bundle 10#
Beef Ground Bundle 50#
Grade A Large Eggs
Beef ORGAN Burger
Chicken Whole 4 lb Average
Beef Chuck Roast
Beef Steak Rib-Eye Boneless

Hopefully, our customers were able to order what they needed.

Beth & I as well as our team of dedicated folks want to thank you for your business.

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Our hens also wanted to have their picture taken. This shot was from Sunday just after moving them to fresh grass. I was amazed how they were piggin out on the grass. Oh, by the way, we added 500 additional pullets to our flock February 23rd.

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At Nature's Gourmet Farm, our intent is to create a community that evolves around one of the most intrinsically important things of the ages, and that’s the provision of sustenance. That's our passion - to raise healthy food to nourish families and strengthen immune systems.

If you are new to our farm then maybe you have been looking for premium ALL NATURAL GOODNESS of beef, pork, chicken, and eggs raised on pasture as God intended - with emphasis on Regenerative Principles and NOT conventionally raised animals (with growth hormones, drugs, chemicals, and antibiotics) - and where animals are treated humanely - then you have come to the right farm. Our delivery schedule and product availability are listed below along with order buttons that will take you to our website where you can browse over 90 product choices and place your order from the convenience of your home. It's that simple!

** Product Availability Update **

NOTE: Restocks are made about 6 PM on the dates indicated below!

Chicken - Restocked February 28th. Next restock will be Mar 13th.
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Turkey - Whole turkeys are sold out. Restocked Ground, legs, thighs, and wings Jan 31st. Added six whole turkey breasts for pre-order.

Eggs - Restock each Wednesday. Received 500 new pullet hens Friday. Feb 23, 2024. We are well stocked on eggs - especially large at this time

Beef - Restocked February 23, 2024. Next restock will be March 22nd

Pork - Restocked Feb 14th on fresh cuts and Feb 24th on cured/smoked items. Will have plenty of smoked hams for Easter!

Lamb - Restocked September 13th. Grower called this week and said he was very disappointed in his lambs and thus decided to sell them at his local sale barn. Please stay tuned.

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