Posts Tagged ‘turkey’

We will be at three markets this week.

Friday, May 31, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. – Farm to Fork Market at Normandy Farms (79th and Marsh Road)

Saturday, June 1, 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. – Zionsville Farmers’ Market (Main Street and Hawthorne)

Tuesday, June 4, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. – Decatur Township Farmers’ Market (5106 S. High School Road)

We all have busy lives working and pursuing endeavors that are important to us.  During the busy times, please don’t forget to set aside time for yourself.  Lilacs are in bloom for only a short time in spring.  They also happen to be my favorite flower.  We were so busy this spring that I didn’t take the time to smell the lilacs that grow right outside our kitchen window.  I didn’t even get a picture to share with you.  Now I have to wait until next spring for the opportunity to smell fresh lilacs again.  Make sure you take some time out of your busy life to smell the flower of your choice.

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Hippity Hoppity

Easter is on its way.  I wish spring really was too.  We will again be open this Sunday from 12 -6 p.m.  For your Easter dinner, we still have turkeys and whole chickens available for $4.00/lb. and leg of lamb available for $15.00/lb.  We also have ground lamb for $9.00/lb. and lamb chops for $10.00/lb.  If you like goat meat, we have some ground goat sausage for $7.00/lb.  There are still plenty of eggs available too at $3.50/dozen.

If you can make it through the snow they are forecasting, please come by.  If you can’t make it Sunday, you are always welcome to visit evenings during the week.

Finally, it is with sadness I share that Charles Stultz passed this week at the age of 98.  Charlie was the previous owner of our farm.  This was his farm for 59 years.  Charlie had other parties interested in the farm but we have always believed Charlie allowed us to purchase the farm because he saw himself, and how he would have cared for the farm, in us.  We are very appreciative of the opportunity you have allowed us Charlie.  May you rest in peace.

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We will be open this Sunday from 12 -6 p.m.  Come by and visit Bambi the lamb and our newest addition, Darcy, the Dexter calf.

Darcy was born earlier this week so, it wasn’t on St. Patrick’s Day but she still gets an Irish name.  Darcy means dark or dark-haired and the name will fit her perfectly.  She will likely keep her color as her mother is dark brown as well.  Darcy’s luck is that she is a heifer calf and therefore gets a pretty name, instead of a “food” name the males generally get.

Speaking of St. Patrick’s Day, you should join Farmer Betsy and Farmer Paul for Sunday brunch at The Loft Restaurant at Traders Point Creamery.  Farmer Paul will be having the lamb stew served with our own Full Circle Farm lamb.  Farmer Betsy is leaning toward Eggs O’ Kunz.  You had better come early though.  We eat right at 9:30 a.m.

While we are on the topic of what to eat, it is time to start planning your Easter dinner.  We have leg of lamb available for $15.00/lb.  These legs weigh around two pounds and have been de-boned and rolled.  We have two turkeys available for $4.00/lb.  These turkeys are 8.65 lbs and 8.90 lbs.  We also still have plenty of whole chickens available for $4.00/lb.  Stop in and let us help you plan your Easter dinner.

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