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April 20, 2023

Our farm store just got a major restock! Grilling season is right around the corner and we have a variety of cuts available. Our featured steaks include porterhouse, sizzlers, t-bone and delmonicos. We also have our summer sausages and snacking sticks. 

An exciting change is happening in our farm store. We will soon be accepting credit cards through a self service point of sale system! We currently accept Venmo, cash and check but we know that sometimes a credit card is a more convenient option. Make sure to watch for a future email (as well as on our social media) for information but it should be ready to use by this weekend! We hope this makes our shopping experience even better for our local customers! 

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Anticipating the New Season

It is MARCH and we are feeling like Spring here at Joe's Farm. There is nothing quite like the anticipation of a new season. The weather is starting to warm (a few days more than normal) and we are getting ready to welcome our new baby chicks very soon. We are starting to see the end of the lists we made in the Fall. Hours spent on calendars and schedules. Days spent thinking through plans that will all soon become a reality. There is excitement in the air on the Farm! Over the past week, one very large development has been under construction. Last year, our farm expanded to include a new pasture. It is located right next to one of our farm properties. With this additional land, we are able to expand our production capabilities. This year, we plan to produce over TWICE as many broilers as we produced in 2023! This means, more infrastructure as well. Below, you will see photos from last week where we had NINE new coops assembled! Although, this is all very exciting for those here on Joe's Farm, this is really even more exciting to us because this means the demand for pasture-raised chicken is GROWING! So many farmers we talk to have said they can't keep up with the demand. This is AMAZING! People are asking questions and doing research. They are shopping local and buying from farms they trust! We are just one of many farms working to bring ethically raised meats to market. We are grateful you are here. Every week, we are getting more and more questions through our social media and website asking about our practices. This is such an encouragement to us! It shows how much you care. We have reflected on a lot of things this week, with growth comes some fears about the unknowns. We are so excited to embrace whatever challenges lie ahead, but you can be confident that even as we grow, our principles and values will not change. We are committed to maintaining our high standards whether we raise 100 chickens or 100,000. We know there are a lot of new names on our email list and social media accounts. First, we want to say thank you! Welcome! We would also like to share a few things that we feel are fundamental to us here at Joe's Farm. One example would be the length of time our chicks are on pasture. While baby chicks need the protection of a brooder barn at first, they are not meant to stay in a barn. Our protocol is to have our birds on pasture for over 50% of their lives. All of our broilers are moved to pasture when they are 3 weeks old. Another important part of our process in raising broilers, is the feed they eat. We have both non-GMO feed for our broilers and corn-free soy-free Organic. Another part of our process is DAILY movement! Each coop is hooked up to our tractor and moved until there is fresh grass under the entire coop. This gives them not only feed and water, but fresh vegetation, worms, and bugs along with sunlight and fresh air. Members of our team walk along while we move the coops helping the birds move along and looking for any potential issues. These are just a few examples of what care goes into the food we bring to your table. If you want to follow along with us this season, make sure to check out our Facebook and Instagram links. We will also share here on our Farm Newsletter. In closing, we want to share just how grateful we are to each one of you. The support shown by not only our amazing local community, but also all over the country. It is so incredible and humbling to be able spend our days caring for the land and the animals who use it. ~ The Joe’s Farm Team

We are Shipping Again

We are SHIPPING AGAIN!!Our Pasture-Raised Meats….Shipped to Your DoorLast summer, we made the difficult decision to pause our shipping program. Our Farm Store was growing rapidly (HUGE shout out to our amazing and supportive local community) and I (Danielle) was still getting myself settled into my new role here on Joe’s Farm. Now that we have gotten our systems in place and some new strategies (and training) under our belts, we are so excited to be relaunching our SHIPPING PROGRAM again! We want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who has waited so patiently for us to begin shipping again. Some of you have been ordering from Joe since he first started offering shipping a couple years ago. We are grateful for your support and look forward to bringing you our pasture-raised meats once again. Quick details:We are finishing up making sure our inventory is accurate. Once everything is ready, our products will show up again on our website. Our first shipping day will be February 19th, 2024 (with orders closing the before Sunday at 11:59pm)If you are new to our farm, follow the “click to shop” button below and you can see if your zip code is in our shipping radius. If you haven’t already, you can also sign up and make an account through our website. We are running low on some of our products. If you don’t see something you are looking for, feel free to send us an email and we can add you to our “restock alert” email list!  COMING SOON:During our shipping break, we were able to spend some time coming up with new ideas for how to streamline our processes for ourselves as well as our customers. One of those ways is through a new program; Joe’s Farm Club subscription boxes! While we will still offer our ala carte shopping option, we are excited to be able to send our carefully curated farm boxes to your door with just the click of a button! No more needing to remember to place an order, we will take down your preferences and have a box ready to go for you every month! We also will offer our Joe’s Farm Club members early access to new products as well as knowing you will get all the premium cuts even when our stock runs low. For more details on our subscription boxes, keep reading below! Again, thank you to our customers (both local and all over the country), for your continued support. Here at Joe’s Farm, we love getting to help bring our quality meats to your family table.   ~~~~ Danielle

New Life at the Farm

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March has always been one of our favorite months and this year was even better. In addition to over 7000 new baby chicks, we added a little farmer to our family. William (Liam) Wayne was born March 6th. Big brother, Rowan, has had his hands full helping with baby brother and welcoming all the new baby chicks. Springtime DreamingSpring is such an exciting time in the life of a farmer. While it might be a little premature to declare it spring here in SW MI, the new life arriving has made us feel like it is here. Welcoming our new fuzzy friends officially kicks off our 2023 season. We are so grateful to our customers and can't wait to start caring for these animals in the best way possible for their health and yours. We have lots of exciting things coming this year here at Joe's Farm and we can't wait to start sharing more over the next few weeks. Until then, make sure to follow our social media for lots of adorable baby chick content. These little birds are so much fun to watch grow. They are currently in our brooder and will go to pasture as soon as the weather and their development allows. We look forward to watching them learn and grow and enjoy the beauty of their natural environment here at the Farm.From pasture to porch…bringing simplicity to your shopping experienceCome VisitFarm tours will be starting up again soon. We know how much fun seeing the baby chicks can be. We have our spring dates posted on our website for guided visits. Click the button below to get your tickets! We also have openings for private group tours. These are great opportunities for preschool classes, daycares, homeschool groups or scouting troops. For more information on these, please contact us via the email in the link below or send a message to Joe ( Stock your freezerA great way to combat the insecurities in our food supply is to stock your freezer. We are always here to answer any questions you might have on what is best to order for your family’s needs. Stop on by at the Farm Store or send us an email. We will be opening pre-orders for quarter, half and whole beef soon. We have already begun collecting names on our interest form. We will be sending out more information on how our 2023 season will work for ordering. If you haven't already, make sure to get signed up using the link below. This is a great way to stock up your freezer and have meat all winter long.Interest Form Final thoughtsIf you would like to have your order included in this week's shipment, please make sure to have those placed by 11:59pm EST Sunday, March 19th. Also, if you you looking to start your own little flock of egg layers? We can help you get started or help add to the birds you have! Quantities are limited, so email Joe at soon!As always, thank you to all our customers for making this operation possible. We are working hard to bring the best quality products to your table to enjoy. Whether you shop via our website or stop in at our Farm Store, we love meeting you and sharing our love for Regenerative farming.~ Joe style="padding-top:12px;padding-bottom:12px;padding-right:0;padding-left:0" class="mceLayoutContainer" valign="top">