The final processing day for the 2015 pasture raised chicken season at Ironweed Farm is less than a week away! August 13th is the big day. The chickens are having the time of their lives out on the pasture getting delicious. They are eating grass and clover, bugs galore and as always, GMO-Free feed. There are still some birds left, so if you haven’t ordered yet, check out our Ordering Information page for what we offer and pricing. If you have ordered already, we appreciate it and look forward to delivering to you the tastiest chicken you’ve ever enjoyed. Please remember though, this is the last run of the season. Make sure you ordered enough to make it through to next season - enough for all the chicken soup, chicken and dumplings, roast chicken and root vegetables, or any of your favorite winter chicken dishes.
On another note, if you haven’t noticed yet, our Facebook page is up and running. Click the Facebook icon at the bottom of the page or over on the right to check it out, like it and/or follow it. Post us questions. Leave us reviews. Check out our photos. Granted, there is not much there right now, but more content will be coming soon. As always, if you have any questions or comments, post them below, or Contact Us.
Welcome to the Ironweed Farm Blog and thanks for stopping by. We finally have a live website! Here, in the blog section, we will post updates, happenings, discuss topics of interest, etc. Let us know what you want to see here and we'll see what we can do. Here is what is coming up in the near future:
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