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It’s official.  I’m declaring the start of the 2014 Mud Season as Wednesday, March 12.  Mud season is the season between winter and spring when the ground is saturated, the rain keeps coming, and nothing is yet growing and able to soak up the excess moisture.  Mud season doesn’t have an official beginning or length.  We may get brief respites through periodic freezes and dry spells but it won’t completely end until the grass, trees, and other plants turn green and bloom and are able to again drink of the earth.  I knew this season was official when I lost a boot in mud several inches deep and the animals were slogging through as if it were the La Brea Tar Pits.

We will be at the Farm to Fork Market at Normandy Farms on Saturday, March 15.  We have pastured pork, pastured chicken, and plenty of eggs.  Betsy’s Kitchen will be bringing Paleo Almond Delight Power Bars, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, Cinnamon Raisin Granola Bars, and Cinnamon Nut Granola.

As always, we also sell our eggs and grass-fed meats at the farm.

Full Circle Farm. Working with Nature.

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Price List

We have added our price list to the web page.  Please view the list using the tabs at the top of the page. We will be updating pictures of the animals throughout the week.

Remember, Easter is in one week.  We still have ham and leg of lamb available.

Spring Fest is less than one month away.  Planning and preparation is underway for April 28.

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Easter Dinner

We picked up our pasture raised, organically fed red wattle pork today.  Easter Sunday is April 8, 2012.  We have smoked hams available for $5.00/pound.  The hams are 5-6 pounds each.  We still have leg of lamb available at $6.00/pound.  The legs of lamb are also 5-6 pounds each.

Our pork is limited availability as this was our last pig.  Including the ham, we are also selling smoked bacon for $6.00/pound, maple breakfast sausage for $5.50/pound, and all other cuts (pork chops and roasts) for $5.00/pound.  We will get a full price list attached to the website soon.

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