2012 Pricing

All pricing is reflective of our 2012 growing season.

Pasture Raised Broiler Chickens & Turkeys

Lane County

  • Chicken (Cornish X)
    • $3.50/lb for 9 or fewer birds/order
  • Chicken (Cornish X)
    • $3.20/lb for 10 or more birds/order
  • Turkeys (Seasonal)
    • $4.00/lb, $20/turkey nonrefundable deposit  to reserve a bird

Outside of Lane County

  • Chicken (Cornish X)
    • $4.00/lb for 9 or fewer birds/order
  • Chicken (Cornish X)
    • $3.50/lb for 10 or more birds/order

The Other Bits

  • Chicken Livers
    • $2.50/lb for a 2lb bag
  • Chicken Hearts
    • $2.50/lb for a 2lb bag
  • Chicken Gizzards (preorder)
    • $2.50/lb for a 2lb bag
  • Chicken Feet
    • $2/lb for a 5lb bag

Grass Fed Beef

  • Whole Steer (approximately 700-800lbs)
    • $3.10/lb, $.50/lb to cut & wrap, $25 kill/disposal
  • Half Steer (approximately 350-400lbs)
    • $3.20/lb, $.50/lb to cut & wrap, $12.50 kill/disposal
  • Quarter Steer (approximately 175-200lbs)
    • $3.40/lb, $.65/lb to cut & wrap, $6.25 kill/disposal
  • Ground beef (2lb packages)
    • $3.50/lb
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9 responses to “2012 Pricing

  1. In buying a 1/4 or 1/2 a steer, can the payment be made with a credit card or is it check/cash only?

    • Derek Brandow

      We are now able to accept credit card payments:) We butcher a steer on December 3rd. Perhaps we can get you part of it? Or we will be scheduling another steer for butcher in several weeks. Thanks for asking.

  2. Will

    Do you guys offer a student discount for lets say, eggs? I usually buy 6 dozen every 2-3 weeks, but I would love some fresh pasture eggs. Thanks

    • Derek Brandow

      Hi Will. We don’t have any student discounts, unfortunatley. However, we do take good care of anyone who is willing and able to come out to the farm and give us a hand:)

  3. Laura

    Are the chickens whole or cut in pieces?

    • Derek Brandow

      Great question. We provide whole chickens at this point. There are many great YouTube shorts that show how to quickly and easily break a chicken into smaller parts. We even shared one in an earlier post. We do it all the time at hoem and it really is a smiple process. Hope this helps.

  4. Laura

    Thanks for this help. I’ll look up the YouTube videos.

  5. Liza

    Hi, Do you ship to California? I would love to buy 20 lbs of grass fed beef ground. Also, 40 lbs of chicken feet. Please let me know.
    Thanks,
    Liza

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