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Your Help is Needed

Posted by possumtailfarm on September 28, 2016

Your help is needed

Here on the farm we experience hardships from time to time;  blisteringly cold spells, unpredictable animals,  crop loss. But, this time, there is something you can do to help!  We are running out of space in our freezers.   If you have been waiting to stock up on our Certified Naturally Grown Grass-Fed and Finished beef or our CNG Pasture raised chickens, now is a good time, fabulous, really.   IMG_1026.JPG

We don’t want to buy a 10th freezer.  The good side of all of this is that we hope to have a great selection of meat all the way through next Spring.  


OLD Barn, NEW Barn

Drum roll please……..


Our new barn is completed!  The awesome guys from Blue Ribbon Builders in Oakland, MD had the pole barn built and covered in metal in 2 weeks. Brian is slowly getting the drainage ditches,  water and electric installed.  It is so exciting to have a good place to store equipment, tools and all that hay we need to get the cattle through the winter.  




Thank you--Barn2Door

Thank you to all of the customers who have taken the leap and ordered on-line.  We have a great selection of steak, roasts, ground beef, sausages and chicken in the store.  

We invite you to try it.  The first time using Barn2Door can be a little confusing.  You will need to sign up before placing items in your cart.  When selecting items you will also need to choose the delivery location.  To offset the learning curve Barn2Door offers a $10 coupon off any order over $10.  Seriously, you could order 2 pounds of ground beef and only pay about $4.    The coupon code is WELCOME10.  


Upcoming Deliveries

Morgantown-Terra Cafe (October 6th, 14th, 20th and 27th)

Falls church, VA (October 15)

Chevy Chase, MD (October 15)

Pittsburgh, PA (October 28th)--come say happy birthday to Jennie at the Family Dance

Oakland, MD (October 5th and 19th)  The Oakland Egg CSA is enrolling now.


Just for Fun

We have successfully grown about 2 acres of organic soybeans.  Yeah!  This means we will be starting to feed our chickens from grain we are growing.  But that is boring.  What is cool is that Brian went out and picked some pods for us and we ate fresh edamame from our field. They were the sweetest soybeans I’ve ever had.  Yummm.  Lucky chickens….


We hope to see you on the farm or at a delivery soon!


Brian, Jennie, Arianna and Aden Kahly

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