The First Chickens for 2020

This whole year has gone a little wild for us, like many others. We called our processor a couple days ago to book processing for our first batch of chickens, and we are excited to announce they will be available on July 4th, 2020! This was definitely an intentional decision on our part, and weContinue reading “The First Chickens for 2020”

Let’s Talk Turkey 2020

Despite 2020 already being… well… all of this… we assume time will continue to tick on, and Thanksgiving will eventually get here. We’ve placed our order for turkey poults, which means it’s time to start taking deposits! We will be modifying how we do turkey dispersal this year, to make things a little easier onContinue reading “Let’s Talk Turkey 2020”

The Lambs Have Arrived!

After two weeks to the day, all of our Jacob ewes have lambed. Our solo Romeldale girl Calypso isn’t due for a couple weeks still, but we are calling lambing season done, for all intents and purposes. First up, on April 12, Janus gave birth unassisted to a two horn ewe named Vienna, sired byContinue reading “The Lambs Have Arrived!”

The Frontière Farm House CSA 2020

In 2019, we had some amazing supporters for our CSA card, so we decided to bring it back again this year! What is a CSA?CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” Farming is an expensive endeavor that requires a lot of upfront investment, and the returns take a while to show. Having a CSA means thatContinue reading “The Frontière Farm House CSA 2020”

Happy Thanksgiving from Frontière Farm House

As we approach Thanksgiving, we are being bombarded with ads for Black Friday. Which started… before Halloween? It seems so wrong that the day after we are expressing our thankfulness, we are expected to go buck-wild in a retail store and spend all our hard-earned money to show our loved ones how much we care.Continue reading “Happy Thanksgiving from Frontière Farm House”

New Product Alert: Bone Broth Bundles!

November weather can be so gloomy, and is almost always so cold. We love keeping the house nice and warm by cooking foods that require long periods of time on the stove or in the oven. One of our favorites is making broth, and then turning that broth into soup. We recently had a fewContinue reading “New Product Alert: Bone Broth Bundles!”

How to Break Down A Chicken, and Why We Don’t Do It For You

As we near the end of the warmer months, we are wrapping up our pastured meat bird production for the year. There is one batch of chickens left to head to the processor, a couple dozen turkeys, and some retiring laying hens. We frequently get asked if we will sell just chicken breasts, or justContinue reading “How to Break Down A Chicken, and Why We Don’t Do It For You”

Let’s Talk Turkey

As I sit and write this, Thanksgiving is the furthest thing from my mind. However, we run a farm, and we are constantly thinking about the next seasons, and following years. A couple weeks ago, an acquaintance of ours found some turkey poults for a great price. He contacted me and let me know. IContinue reading “Let’s Talk Turkey”

Check Out Your Chicken!

This spring has been a wet one. Our garden is delayed, and we are scrapping some of our plans altogether, unfortunately. We are hoping for some not-so-wet weather in the coming month so that our fall crops will do well. Cross your fingers for us! The wet weather thankfully hasn’t affected our meat production. OurContinue reading “Check Out Your Chicken!”

Introducing: The Frontière Farm House CSA

Over the last few years, we have seen more and more local farmers offer CSA shares for their customers, and we have decided that this year, Frontière Farm House will join in!! Here is some information on how it works. What is a CSA?CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” Farming is an expensive endeavor thatContinue reading “Introducing: The Frontière Farm House CSA”