Lamb and EGGS for purchase. Check out NEWS on the FARM for more info.
The lower section of the front or hind leg. You want to cook this piece slowly with low, moist heat. When done right, without rush, braised lamb shanks is amazingly tender.
Chops are tender, easy to cook, and evenly textured. Usually pan-seared, they can also be grilled for a quick, tasty meal.
Loin - $19.79/lb.
Rib - Frenched - $19.79/lb
Rib - Non frenched - 18.99/lb (price listed)
Ground lamb is quite versatile and can be used in many dishes substituting in for beef or chicken.
Spices such as rosemary garlic (links) and chorizo (ground) make our sausage delicious and easy to cook.
Chorizo - $11.99/lb
Purchase at the market or by appointment.
Prices vary per season. Email for our current season price list.
We sell our 1/2 dozen cartons at local Gig Harbor stores and markets only.
Our pastured hens enjoy freedom to roam for bugs, greens and fresh air. On most weekends (nonmarket ones), we sell eggs directly from our farm.
Our duck eggs are rich in color and flavor. The flock is extremely free-ranging on our land, always returning to their pond home in the evenings. Eggs only available upon request.
No matter what type of kale, it is so versatile. You can make salads, pesto, smoothies and kale chips. Spinach and Swiss chard are also great for several similar types of uses.
We are growing starts now and will let you know when greens are available.
Radishes, turnips, leeks, broccoli, tomatoes.
Apples, quince, plums, cherries, salmon berries
Quince is a unique fruit and when cooked with honey and spices becomes a delicacy to eat with cheese or pair with cranberries in chutneys. Quince is ready for your fall recipes, sauces and chutneys now.
This is unwashed/unprocessed wool ready for you to experience the entire process right from the farm. We offer several natural colors.
Seasonal pelts available in variety of natural brown, cream, gray colors. Prices vary per season and size. Please inquire with us if interested.
Our focus is on quality versus quantity with our livestock and produce.