These boys were supposed to be hens,

but since being kicked out of the hen house, now make their living scavenging hog feed and hanging out with rams and bulls. They love to strut their stuff.

We are managing in this incredible weather by always moving forward out of the mud. The cow herd has about another month of grazing left, and then they move to hay. Steers and cull cows are on hay now, moving forward slowly but constantly out in the pasture, as well. 


Remember the winter farmers market in Hyde Park is closed not only today but next Sunday the 3rd as well. But you can order from us on-line for delivery to East Hyde Park and Wyoming this Wednesday the 30th and next Wednesday the 6th.  Please try this out by going to:  http://grassrootsfoods.biz/on-line-purchasing.

Below is pork tenderloin, accompanied by roasted sweet potatoes with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, & butter, and a sour cherry sauce. The tenderloin was so tender it could be cut with a fork. A delicate and absolutely delicious meal. 

We still have on hand one whole beef tenderloin (4.5 lbs) and several pork rib roasts (5 lbs). We also have prepared Moroccan sliders, chili, Bolognese Sauce, bone broth, and short-rib burgers from Susan's Soulful Kitchen. Whole chickens and various cuts of grassfed beef, lamb, and pork await you as well. Let us know how we can help you strut your stuff and celebrate the New Year. 

Sincerely,

Drausin & Susan


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