It’s Time For The Frontière Farm Stand!

We have been working away at an awesome new project with the farm for the last few weeks. Starting Tuesday June 15, and every Tuesday for the foreseeable future, we will have shopping hours on the farm! Visit us between noon and 6:00pm on June 15th to for our grand opening. We will have someContinue reading “It’s Time For The Frontière Farm Stand!”

We Hate F***book

Intense title? Yeah, probably. Is it needed? Yeah, definitely. We hate Facebook, and unfortunately, we need to use it to run our business. This post is not about farming specifically, but about the marketing behind it. There will likely be some “strong language” but if you know the two of us in person, this languageContinue reading “We Hate F***book”

Freezer Sale! Build Your Own Bundle

Our freezers are still a little full, so we are running the freezer sale for one more week! Purchase 25 or more pounds of our meat, excluding bacon and ground products, and save 10%. If we can sell two more bundles, I think we will finally have space to get a batch of stewing hensContinue reading “Freezer Sale! Build Your Own Bundle”

Pre-Order: Limerick Enamel Pin

We have some exciting news! We are big fans of pins and buttons as accessories, and we decided to have our own made! Our handsome Jacob ram Limerick will be made into an enamel pin! Pre-orders are available in our online shop. The pins are currently in production, and will be mailed out as soonContinue reading “Pre-Order: Limerick Enamel Pin”

Recipe: Aunt Bea’s Baked Beans

Any time I start writing about a recipe, I convince myself I need to keep it short and to the point. I hate scrolling through pages of a back story to get to the recipe. I will be brief with this. Aunt Bea was my mom’s aunt, and she passed away in 2004. I don’tContinue reading “Recipe: Aunt Bea’s Baked Beans”

Farming is a Never Ending Cycle

Just a couple days ago, I posted on Instagram saying we are officially “On Vacation” until the new year. What I meant was that we don’t have any farmers markets until January 9. There is nothing even close to resembling a vacation happening in our lives right now, however, I didn’t expect to get rightContinue reading “Farming is a Never Ending Cycle”

From Bacon Bits to The Whole Hog: Our First Experience Raising Pastured Pigs

It’s taken some time for me to figure out what I wanted to cover with this blog post, but I finally decided I should just start writing and see where it takes me. Many of our friends, family members, and customers have asked us how it feels to have raised our own pork. The questionContinue reading “From Bacon Bits to The Whole Hog: Our First Experience Raising Pastured Pigs”