We raise the animals. You purchase the whole or half portion. We help you walk through your choice of cuts for your meat.
Please enjoy FREE DELIVERY for your first order with the code "OINKOINK"!
We pack up the Whiffletree van to make monthly farm fresh deliveries to local neighborhoods. See how it works below!
Create an account on our site if you don't already have one. Search 'Your Zip Code' in the Pickup Locations page, and set your location to the nearest Neighborhood Delivery site. Start an order by adding items to your cart.
Once you click "Confirm" you'll receive an email with the estimated total of your order. This is NOT a payment. Since some products are priced by weight, your card will NOT be charged for the exact total until Delivery Day.
No problem! You can log onto your account anytime up til the order deadline (2 days before Delivery Day) to make needed changes or additions to your order!
Neighborhood orders are packed at the Farm on Delivery Day! We pack all your items in plastic bags that go into blue Whiffletree cooler bags tagged with your name. The blue bags go into our large coolers that you'll find at your Neighborhood Delivery Location.
For food safety concerns, we deliver all our meats frozen. If you'd like a fresh whole chicken or chicken parts, we offer them for sale in the Farm Store Wednesdays through Saturdays from May to October, on a first come- first serve basis.
After your order is weighed, packed, and loaded on the Delivery van, we'll process your order, sending you a confirmation email and receipt for the exact total which may vary slightly from the estimated total you received earlier.
1) FIND the large coolers in plain sight at your Neighborhood Delivery
2) LOOK inside for the bags tagged with your name (your order may be in multiple bags)
3) TAKE your plastic bags out of the blue cooler bags, leave cooler bags behind, and close the cooler lid firmly
4) CHECK how many eggs you ordered and grab them from the egg box (egg amounts will be on your emailed receipt, your blue cooler bag tag, and the egg sheet with the egg box.