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November Newsletter

November was a whirlwind of activity. With building projects, calving, markets, turkey harvest and a major power outage all in just 30 days!

July Newsletter

Summer lasts only about a 100 days (and not all of those sunny) and so this is our busiest time of year. We’ve been busy making hay, watching our new farm emerge from the forest and moving animals to maximize the lush green grass. Hay has been slow and steady with great yields due to…
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Turkeys 2016

UPDATE: We are SOLD OUT for 2016. Please see us at farmers market to add your name to our waiting list. We thank you for your support of organic farming! Our gorgeous organic turkeys are out on pasture surrounded by the colors of autumn. We are rotating these birds through a section of field we…
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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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Winter Market Opens Tomorrow!

After a glorious growing season and mild fall we are headed indoors on Saturdays, from now through April at the Brunswick Winter Market. With more than 40 vendor it is the perfect place to begin your Saturday morning with vendors selling everything from cinnamon buns to mead. Apple Creek will be there with a full…
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You’re Invited!

Don’t forget THIS SUNDAY is Bowdoinham Open Farm Day! Apple Creek will be open from 9 am – 12 noon and we look forward to seeing you! Make it a day trip by staying around for the local foods barbeque happening at the Mailly Waterfront Park 3 pm – 6 pm, the meal will include…
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Preparing Your Thanksgiving Turkey

Thank you for purchasing a turkey from Apple Creek Farm. Below are a few tips to ensure your turkey is cooked to perfection.  Bring the turkey to room temperature before roasting, this will ensure it cooks evenly. Pastured birds cook faster, check frequently. Use a meat thermometer- meat is done at 145 degrees. If the legs and…
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