Friday, September 18, 2009

Chicken orders and Pick-up

Greetings from Bluebird Farm!

Everything is growing very quickly at the farm, and we can almost watch our garden and grass grow! Our newly arrived chicks are absolutely adorable.


Our pastured chickens are available at Bluebird Farm beginning next Friday the 25th. See below for directions. This first group of chickens will be available at the farm until they are sold out. Call or email to place an order or to check for availability. They will be sold as whole, dressed birds for $3.50/lb, and they will weigh approximately 3-4 lbs.

Our chickens are raised on pastures with continuous access to fresh grass and grains. Pastured animals have high quality meat that is more flavorful, low in saturated fats, and higher in essential omega 3 fatty acids than conventional meats.

Chickens are available fresh on Friday and Saturday, and then they will be frozen after that. Enjoy a visit to the farm when you pickup. See how your chickens were raised, where the fresh eggs come from, walk through the garden, and visit our chicks.

Friday 25th 1-7 pm, Saturday 26th 10-5, and Sunday 27th 1-5.

Delivery:
A Morganton pick-up location will be available if a group of people order 10 or more chickens. This would be at Gisella’s house on Sunday 27th from 1-5.
A Hickory delivery will be available if a group of people order 10 or more chickens.

Please call to arrange these options.

We look forward to meeting you. Thank you for your support!

Marie Williamson and William Lyons
Bluebird Farm
4178 Bluebird Dr.
Morganton, NC
828.584.7359
BluebirdFarmNC@gmail.com
BluebirdFarmNC.blogspot.com

Directions: 4178 Bluebird Dr. Morganton, NC 28655
To get to the farm, take exit 100 (Jamestown Rd) off Interstate 40. Head south (away from town) on Jamestown Rd. After a long downhill take a left on Conley Rd. Go 1.8 miles down Conley Rd. On Conley you cross a bridge and pass Delta Dr. on your right. Take the next right onto Bluebird Dr. (Look for a small Gazebo at the head of the driveway.) Stay right on the paved drive, the driveway turns to gravel, stay left on the gravel. We at the end of the driveway (about 1/2 mile), near Silver Creek.

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