Bones for Broth

Many people are rediscovering the health benefits of bone broth. With cookbooks, diets and cafes serving cups of it, it has increased in popularity as of late. We do sell our 100% grass-fed beef bones (marrow, knuckle and neck), as well as the feet and necks from our pastured chickens (we don’t have backs as we only sell whole chickens) and the bones from our pastured pigs.

Due to the increase in popularity, we are often out of stock of beef bones and chicken feet. In an attempt to be fair to customers, we now take pre-orders for these items via email (limafamilyfarms@gmail.com). When emailing, please specify what type of bones you are looking for and the weight you’d like to request. Bear in mind we are a small farm and due to demand and butchering schedules it can take 3-4 weeks to fill orders for beef bones. Also note that marrow bones are the most popular, yet also what we get the least of per animal, so orders for specifically marrow bones can take longer.

With regard to chicken feet, please keep in mind that we are a small farm and we process our chickens ourselves on the farm every week. As we only have the feet from the chickens we process every week, we cannot fill large orders (i.e. 30 lbs of feet), but can fill smaller orders (under 5 lbs) in a timely manner (that week or the following week).

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Winter Market

Our winter market is still open at the farm! Our winter store is in the large, gray trailer in our parking lot (on the right hand side when you come down the driveway). We are open Thursday and Friday 1-5pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm.

Check our price list for the beef and pork cuts we typically carry. We have run out of our pastured chickens until May. Unfortunately, we lost a lot of our stock in the barn fire.

If you are looking for beef bones, please email us as they have become a popular item and we are often out of stock.

We will have our pastured eggs all winter and we also have our great tomato products (tomato sauce, salsa and ketchup), made from our own vegetables! Email us with any specific questions about the supply we have on hand.

Hope to see you soon!winter market

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Holiday Hours

Hours the Week of Christmas:

Wednesday, Dec. 23rd 1-4pm
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day – Closed
Saturday-Sunday- 10am-4pm

 

Hours the Week of New Year’s:

Wednesday, December 30th 1-4pm
New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day- Closed
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