Inventory for Mickey&Ann's Farmette

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100% Chicken Skin Doggie Treats Baked, Non-GMO, 100% Pure Chicken Skins! No fillers or other unknown cancer-causing, intestine blocking crap! Nothing but pure chicken skin. You can eat them too (if you really wanted to)! 2 ounce bag of grilled skins about 5 good size treats. Fido likes good, quality food too! Specialty & Added Value Items View Details
Aquaponic Chinese cabbage Mini Chinese cabbage from our aquaponic green house system. Our aquaponic system is tanks full of tilapia pumping their filtered water throughout the growing medium feeding the plants. The plants clean and filter even more from the fish water returning cleaned water to the fish tanks. It's a very self sustaining system with no outside chemicals added. Fruit & Produce View Details
Lettuce Aquaponic leaf lettuce Sweet tender leaf lettuce from our aquaponic green house system. Our aquaponic system is tanks full of tilapia pumping their filtered water throughout the growing medium feeding the plants. The plants clean and filter even more from the fish water returning cleaned water to the fish tanks. It's a very self sustaining system with no outside chemicals added. Fruit & Produce View Details
Pok Choy Aquaponic pac choy Mini Aquaponic Pac Choi. 1 Joy Choi and 1 Rosie.from our aquaponic green house system. Our aquaponic system is tanks full of tilapia pumping their filtered water throughout the growing medium feeding the plants. The plants clean and filter even more from the fish water returning cleaned water to the fish tanks. It's a very self sustaining system with no outside chemicals added. Fruit & Produce View Details
Swish Chard Aquaponic Swiss Chard Tender young aquaponic rainbow lights Swiss chard from our aquaponic green house system. Our aquaponic system is tanks full of tilapia pumping their filtered water throughout the growing medium in the green house feeding the plants. The plants clean and filter even more from the fish water returning cleaned water to the fish tanks. It's a very self sustaining system with no outside chemicals added. Fruit & Produce View Details
Beet Greens Small thinned beet plant greens to add to your smoothie drinks or sautee. The plants to close together are thinned so their neighbors can grow bigger! Fruit & Produce View Details
Cedar shavings for sachets They have been making cedar furniture at the shop and the shavings are sooo fragrant!! Refill all your sachets with fresh cedar. A snack size bag about 1 cup. Specialty & Added Value Items View Details
Chicken carcass back neck Perfect for making chicken soup or chicken stock! These are non GMO with no hormones or antibiotics. You can claim bragging rights to your family and friends that you made your own chicken stock Meat & Seafood View Details
Chicken Drumsticks Chicken Drumsticks. Non-GMO, Natural Raised birds. Sustainable Raised Meat & Seafood View Details
Chicken Legs Thigh and Drumstick for those who like the dark meat best! Our chickens are raised naturally outside in the fresh farm air. Grass Fed and Pasture Raised. Most of our chickens are bred and hatched right here on the farm to ensure quality birds. Meat & Seafood View Details
Chicken Wings Raised naturally outside in the fresh farm air! Grass Fed, Cage Free! Most of our chickens are bred and hatched right here on the farm to ensure quality birds. Meat & Seafood View Details
Cornish Game Hens Whole Cornish Game Hens in a 2 pack or single. Approximately 1 lb to 1 3/4 pounds per bird a single serving! Non-GMO feed. If you like white chicken meat you will love these all white meat birds! Cage Free, Grown with lots of room to play and sunshine to bask in! Happy Chickens Makes Better Meat Meat & Seafood View Details
Duck Breast Boneless with skin or Skinless Muscovy Duck Breast. Supplemented with non GMO Happy, Free Range/Cage Free/Pasture Raised/Humanely Raised. Happy Animals make Better Meat! Meat & Seafood View Details
Eggs Large Fresh Brown and Green Eggs. Our hens are free ranging eating bugs and grass! They also love the barley fodder we grow here which is like eating sprouts. They also enjoy all the garden trimmings. When we enjoy dinner outside nice days Mickey feeds them right from his plate! Spoiled girls. The breeds we have on the farm for laying hens are: Ameraucanas, Plymouth Rock, Red Star and Black Australop. Dairy & Eggs View Details
Garlic Chives Herb An oniony flavor with a distinct garlicky overtone. Great in egg dishes, soups, marinades and Asian cooking. Fruit & Produce View Details
Ground Duck Breast Ground skinless duck breast. Very lean. Use it as any ground meat. We've made meatloaf used it in spaghetti sauces, chili. Yum Meat & Seafood View Details
Ground lamb Local,natural grass raised from our flock of hair Sheep Dorper/Katahdin cross lambs.Though many people taste no difference between meat from hair sheep versus meat from wool sheep, hair sheep meat can appeal to people who don’t normally eat lamb from wool sheep. Sheep with wool produce a wax called lanolin, which adds a distinct odor and taste to the lamb meat. Hair sheep meat doesn’t have that “greasy” quality. There’s a completely different taste. Meat & Seafood View Details
Hot and spicy oregano Herb A bunch of fresh sprigs in a snack size bag. It's mild chile flavor is a great addition to Mexican dishes.The leave boast a traditional oregano flavor but with a greater pungency. Fruit & Produce View Details
Lamb leg roast bone in Local,natural grass raised from our flock of hair Sheep Dorper/Katahdin cross lambs.Though many people taste no difference between meat from hair sheep versus meat from wool sheep, hair sheep meat can appeal to people who don’t normally eat lamb from wool sheep. Sheep with wool produce a wax called lanolin, which adds a distinct odor and taste to the lamb meat. Hair sheep meat doesn’t have that “greasy” quality. There’s a completely different taste. Meat & Seafood View Details
Lamb leg steaks 1 inch cut steaks. Local,natural grass raised from our flock of hair Sheep Dorper/Katahdin cross lambs.Though many people taste no difference between meat from hair sheep versus meat from wool sheep, hair sheep meat can appeal to people who don’t normally eat lamb from wool sheep. Sheep with wool produce a wax called lanolin, which adds a distinct odor and taste to the lamb meat. Hair sheep meat doesn’t have that “greasy” quality. There’s a completely different taste. Meat & Seafood View Details
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