Wettstein Organic Farm


We are at the Buzz May 27th from 9:30 – 12:00 by seamusford
May 22, 2017, 3:37 pm
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Hello All,

Hope all are doing well.  The weather is wonderful for the grain crops, Sunshine and Rain.

 

NEW Chicken is in!!  We have all the regular cuts, plus ½ chickens $5.00 a pound and some Leg/Thigh Quarters $6.50 a pound.

 

SALE:   PORK – Neck Bones  $1.50/lb.  – (Reg. $3.00/lb. )

Fresh Hocks $2.00/lb. – ( Reg. $4.00/lb.)

Cured Hocks $2.00/lb. – (Reg. $4.00/lb.)

Breakfast Sausage Bulk – $5.00 a pound ($2.50 off)

Whole Pork Loin – $10.00 a pound – ($5.00 off)

(4.53# and a 3.96#)

 

BEEF –  Briskets 7.75# and 10# – $6.50 a pound – ($1.50 off a pound)

Misc. Bones – $.50 a pound  –  off $.25 a pound

 

Thanks, Emily

dennis(a)wettsteinorganicfarm.com



See you at the Buzz Sat. May 13th from 9:30 – 12:00 by seamusford
May 9, 2017, 2:29 pm
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Hello All,

Hopefully  everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather.   We are coming to the Buzz this Sat. May 13th from 9:30 – 12:00.   We will have a good selection of Beef, Pork, Lamb and Eggs.   Chicken will be available on May 27th .

Let me know if there is anything that we can set aside for you.

Thanks, Emily

dennis(a)wettsteinorganicfarm.com

 



Coming to the Buzz Sat. April, 8th from 9:30 – 12:00 by seamusford
March 31, 2017, 6:12 pm
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Hello All,

Well I believe that Spring is almost here again!!

We will be hopefully coming to the Buzz Sat. April, 8th from 9:30 – 12:00.  We have a good selection of Beef, Pork, Lamb and Eggs.  We are still out of chicken for about 6 weeks yet.   Let me know if there is any meat items that you would like me to bag up for you.   Thanks So Much,  Emily

 

Ground Beef

Beef Patties 3/1 or 4/1

Chuck Roast

Arm Roast

Sirloin Tip Roast

Rolled Rump Roast

Hanger Steak

Rib-eye Steak

T-Bone Steak

NY Strip Steak

Fillet Mignon

Flank Steak

Round Steak

Top Sirloin Steak

Skirt Steak

Short Ribs

Brisket

Stew Meat

Neck Bones

Soup Bones

Knuckle Bones

Marrow Bones

Tongue

Oxtail

Liver

 

              Pork

Ground Pork Bulk

Sausage Bulk *

Sausage Patties*

Sausage Mini Links*

Sw. Italian Sausage Bulk* or Link*

Pork Chorizo

Brauts Link*

Cajun Links

Pork Chops

Butterfly Chops

Pork Tenderloin

Shoulder Roasts

Baby Back Ribs

Country Style Ribs

Spare Ribs

Neck Bones

Bacon*

Fresh Side

Pork Hocks Cured* or Fresh

 

*Made with Organic Seasonings and Organic Cure

No Nitrates or Nitrites

 

See you then!

dennis(at)wettsteinorganicfarm.com

 



Coming to the Buzz Cafe on March 11 by seamusford
March 6, 2017, 9:28 pm
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Hello All,

We are hopefully going to make it to the Buzz this Sat. March 11th from 9:30 – 12:00.  Hope the rain holds off.

Hopefully everyone is getting ready for spring.  We are!!  We have new baby lambs,  baby pigs, and the baby chicks are coming next week.  Starting some seeds and digging around some in the garden.

We are SOLD OUT  of All Chicken, SORRY!!    We do have a good selection of Pork, Beef and Lamb.   With the Eggs the hens have slowed down a little so come earlier in the day than later.  Last month we did bring some mediums home, so last month we did have plenty.   Let me know if there is anything that you want me to bag up for you.   Thanks, Emily

 

We are hoping to come to the Buzz on:  April 8th, May 13th, May 27th, June 10th, June 24th, July 8th and July 22nd .   As you can see starting in May we hope to come the second and fourth Saturdays of the month and then through Oct.

Thanks,

Emily

dennis ( at )wettsteinorganicfarm.com



Bacon by seamusford
February 15, 2017, 4:53 pm
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Hello All,

For those of you who have enjoyed our bacon over the years.   Have you noticed a problem with it in the past year.  We have and it tasted old a batch or two.  Also this last time or so the slicing was irregular.

If you have noticed any problems please let me know and we will refund your money and or get you some new bacon. Let me know if you liked the original smoked kind or the Applewood.  Let me know.

We have been talking to the locker and hopefully it is getting rectified

Thanks, Emily

dennis( at )wettsteinorganicfarm.com

 



Special orders for the Buzz by seamusford
January 15, 2017, 2:25 pm
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Hello All,

We are having some pork, lamb and beef going to the locker next Tues.

Is there any special cuts you would like?   Such as leg of lamb, ½ leg of lamb for Easter. Or anything you might want.

Please let me know by email dennis( a) wettsteinorganicfarm.com no later than Tuesday.

Thanks,

Emily

 



Don’t let the word “organic” fool you by seamusford
January 6, 2017, 4:54 pm
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After many years of small family farms growing awareness and  demand for organic food we find ourselves in a new era.

A movement rooted in the values of community,  sustainability and family farming now must compete with a counter movement rooted mostly in profit.   Organics or more specifically their popularity has attracted big money.

People may be aware that a number of large grocery chains have increased their organic product lines.  On the surface this seems like a good thing.  More and more people are seeing the value and common sense of organic food, but that very popularity may be hurting organics.   Large groceries have massive supply chains that involve extensive transportation.  The longer it takes food to get from farm to table, the less fresh and thus less valuable it becomes.

This dilemma incentivizes, tempts and or forces large scale groceries to make adjustments that exploit minimalistic and non-comprehensive government standards and in some cases render an organic label meaningless.

There remains a vast difference between buying organic directly from a family farm and buying it in a grocery.  We are grateful to our customers who know this difference and continue to support us.

To learn more about this concerning trend in organics, please take some time out to read this recent article in Ecofarming Daily.