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This Thanksgiving we are thankful for family; related and claimed, near and far.  It has become our tradition to host Thanksgiving, even before moving to the farm.  Thanksgiving is even more special on the farm because much of our meal includes food we have raised.  This year we hosted 23 people for the Thanksgiving meal.

We are also thankful for our customers and fellow vendors and farmers.  We appreciate the loyalty of our market customers and are thankful that our fellow farmers had successful harvests.

We will be at the Farm to Fork Market at Normandy Farms this Saturday, November 30.  We will have plenty of pastured pork and pastured chicken to follow your Thanksgiving meal.  Betsy’s Kitchen will only be bringing Paleo Apple Pie Bars and Paleo Sandwich Bread this week.  There is only so much baking one can do during the week.

As always, we also sell all of our grass-fed meats at the farm.

The pictures are our Full Circle Farm turkey, Full Circle Farm ham, and our pardoned crew.

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ImageI had to laugh today as I watched a car sit at an intersection, waiting for a squirrel to finish crossing the street while using the crosswalk with the proper walk signal.  Squirrels are still busy building their winter cache.  We don’t get many squirrels on the farm though.  We don’t have enough trees yet and the squirrels that do stop by are usually chased off by the cats.

We will be at the Farm to Fork Market at Normandy Farms this Saturday, November 23.  We will be selling pastured pork and pastured chicken.  We will have hams to supplement your Thanksgiving meal or to serve through the weekend if you will have guests.  If you are having a smaller crew, serve an organic whole chicken for your Thanksgiving meal.  We have 3 lb. to 5 lb. chickens that will serve well.  Betsy’s Kitchen will also be selling her gluten-free treats.  We will have Paleo Apple Pie Bars, Paleo Pumpkin Pie Bars, Paleo Sandwich Bread and Palo cake pops this week.

We continue to sell all of our grass-fed meats at the farm.

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