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Raisin French Toast

This recipe is an adaptation of the one Abby grew up loving. Bob (Abby’s dad) used to make trays of this on cold winter mornings. Now we make it on Sunday mornings after we’ve done chores as a second breakfast. We use the entire loaf, aiming for enough leftovers to make Monday mornings a bit…
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What’s In Season?

If you’ve seen our display at farmers market you know that the “Whats’s In Season” sign is part of it! This is our way of sharing with you when certain products are available. This chart is unique to our farm! Many of you have been asking about chicken. For Apple Creek Farm this is a…
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April Newsletter

We’re just about done with lambing with a single ewe left. The goat kids have begun to arrive and we have 10 kids out of 5 does so far! The lambs are bashful and shy when they are born, while the goat kids come into the world willful and independent. We give all our newborns…
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Hatching An Eggs-Pansion!

  Update! We reached our funding goal! Thank you so much to those that contributed, shared our campaign and let us know of their support for our farm’s growth. We are so appreciative.  Though our hens produce more than 100 dozen eggs each week we are often sold out within the first 2 hours of our…
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February Newsletter

What’s happening on the farm?

Early August

For me the weather in July seemed more like August, so it feels a bit like we’re getting an extra month of summer! We’ll be busy this month with our last two groups of broilers, introducing the turkeys to pasture and hopefully enjoying a day or two at the beach with visiting family members. We…
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2016 Market Season

Where can you find Apple Creek this summer?

Eggs of All Sizes

With the increasing day light our hens are producing eggs of all sizes. Some of our pullets eggs are still getting larger and from time to time one of our matronly hens produces an egg that can only be described as “eggs-ordinary!” Though the weather has warmed the geese, whose eggs are most magnificent (and delicious)…
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What’s In Season?

Since we raise all our animals on pasture we don’t always have our full range of cuts available, the above chart helps to make clear our full range of products and when they are available.