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Did we mention we hade bacon back in stock!!!!
We are enjoying this beautiful sunshine getting things done outside.
Head over to our website an gwt stocked up for the weekend. Free home deliveries on all orders over $25!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Broiler season 2021 has officially started.
I've still got a few changes I want to make to the brooder but for now everyone is warm with full bellies.
There will only be 8 days this brooder is without chicks from now until October 13th.
This year our farm will raise approximately 52,000 lbs of chicken. ... See MoreSee Less
I hope all are healthy and happy!
Pretty sure you livin in heaven whole were stuck in 2021. Cute little chicks!!!
I love those yellow and Orange feeders , I have one in my coop ♥️
We will receive 1300 chicks tomorrow morning in the mail. This marks the start of the 2021 Season. Looking forward to long tiring days/nights working till we drop! ... See MoreSee Less
Someone is really tired and sleepy. 🤗😀
Looks like one already dropped haha
Are they meat chickens you are anticipating?
BACON 🥓 is back!
We also picked up Pork Bratwurst, Andouille, and Polish wish Swiss Cheese.
Order tonight and have it on your doorstep tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less
How much is your bacon? How much for chicken? You were recommended by Hobbs Farms
DSR Farms Price List Pasture Raise Chicken Whole chickens $5/lb Half chickens $6/lb Leg quarters $6/lb Whole wings $12/lb Bone/skinlessbreasts$12/lb Frames $3/lb Ground chicken $13/lb Ground turkey $14 Pasture Raised Pork Pork Chops $10.00/lb Tenderloin $10/lb Boston Butt $8.00/lb Ham Steaks $6.00/lb Breakfast Sausage $8.00/lb-(Hot or mild) Ground Pork $7.00/lb Bratwurst $11.00/lb Smoked Sausage $11.00/lb Andouille $11.00/lb Irish Banger $11.00/lb – Chorizo $11.00/lb Cajun Sausage $11.00/lb Polish with swiss cheese $ 11.00/lb Fresh Pork Belly $11.00/lb Pork Fat $3.00/lb Fresh Lard $12.00/pint Pork Bones $3.00/lb Naturally Cured Bacon $13.00/lb Naturally Cured Bacon Ends $12.00/lb Naturally Cured Jowl $12.00/lb Naturally Cured Collar Bacon $12.00/lb Naturally Cured Rasher Bacon $14.00/lb Naturally Cured Cottage Bacon $15.00/lb Grass Finished Beef Ground Beef $8.00/lb or 3 for $20 Cubed Steak $10/lb Bones $2/lb Sirloin $12/lb Sirloin Tip Roast $7/lb Chuck Roast $7/lb Ribeye $22/lb NY Strip $25/lb Filet Mignon $35/lb Brisket $10/lb Beef Bratwurst $11.00/lb Smoked sausage $11/lb Italian sausage $11/lb 1/3 LB Burger Patties $10/lb
The kids love looking at the pigs when we are on our way to school!!
Farm Store is back OPEN!!!
The display freezer is stocked up again with the goodies.
Still time to get those orders in for tomorrow's free home delivery.
Let's Eat!!! ... See MoreSee Less
You are a resilient farm family! 😀
I do t see any pork belly listed, is it back in stock yet?
That’s awesome that you guys get as much for your wings as your breast!
What is your delivery range as far as distance? I am in Fultondale north of Birmingham
Do you guys have pork belly
Have you ever wondered how we get the plastic on top of the greenhouse? Well we made a short video to show you how.
We throw 3 strings over the top from one side and tie them to the plastic which is stretched out on the ground. Then we just pull nice and easy. The plastic is secured to the end walls with regular spring wire channel ( common on most green houses or other structures with plastic roof) . The sides of the roof part are secured to the 2x6's running along the bottom using thin wood strips (slats) and a pneumatic staple gun.
The roof material 5+ years old and was double layered. It still felt durable and was big enough that we could use it on the ends walls so that was good to save some money there.
We can't wait to get this thing filled up with plants. Jessica has taken over the office with her seed starting. Im already planning my first meal of roasted squash straight out of the garden!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Cleaning out the brooder from last season. Not because it needs it, but because we are getting close to hitting our head on the ceiling. Lol
We are suppose to get our first group of 1300 chicks this week so things are getting busy. ... See MoreSee Less
Hey, whatcha doing with all that lovely compost? Lol
Do you keep your existing layers or do you rotate them out once the new start laying?
Hey yall, Our display freezer at the farm store is empty today. We found a box had the door cracked open this morning and everything was thawed. The guard dogs will love having more than $2000 worth of steaks,burgers, chicken, turkey, porkchops and sausages. ... See MoreSee Less
So sorry, light the grill
Ouch. That really stinks.
Is it cold. We aren't afraid of it if it is. I can help you cook it up for use, make things out of it to refreeze.
Dang... One of the worst feelings. At least you caught it before it got rancid... A pretty sucky silver lining but trust me, that smell requires a ton of bleach and a suppressed gag reflex lol
Oh no. Sorry to hear this.
so sorry this happened
I’m with everyone else. Can it not still be sold and cooked today? Be perfect for dinner prep.
1. Grill it up and hand it out to folks who are having a hard time. 2. Get folks who can to donate cash to cover the charcoal and such in exchange for some grilled meat. It'd be great PR and the food won't go to waste. 3. ???? 4. Everyone profits.
Is it still cold? Can it be sold for consumption today?