Chickens are just about gone folks but good news is that baby chicks arrive next week. So in 11-12 weeks you can have fresh chicken.
Order your chicken now. We are keeping small batches and doing them as a pre-order.
Also, a word to those that want quality food at a decent price. Hint: local farmers who are in their first few years of business are likely going to give you a good deal. It's not economical to have a sales and marketing department so word of mouth is what you hope for. Our goal is to break-even this year or at least come really close to break-even.
For those in the Chicago area (as you've all been asking), I'll be coming to visit family at Easter, so if you do want to make a purchase, we've got the means to transport meat and keep it frozen. (dry ice is so cool....)
So although it's not exactly 'local' produce-- it will be traveling in a van that is already going to be on the road so no more extra emissions for the trip.