Our chickens consume a diet of fresh pasture and all the natural goodness that comes with it, bugs, sunlight and all. Their diet is supplemented with locally sourced grain. We produce a high quality poultry, clean and healthy.
What is pastured poultry?
The poultry is housed in floorless pens of approx. 10 X 12 X 2 ft. high and are moved (once or twice daily) around a green pasture. The birds have access to fresh air, grass and insects but are also protected from predators. The birds are kept outside utilizing a movable or stationary house for shelter so they have constant access to fresh-growing palatable vegetation. Pastured Poultry farmers generally have "seasons" when they raise their poultry, depending on where they live in the US. Growers in the north do not raise birds in the winter months when the ground is covered with snow.
We believe this method of production is "beyond organic" and produces the happiest birds and the healthiest product for you and your family.
4.00/lb. averaging 3-5 lbs.
Free Range Stew Hens (not pastured) available for 3.00/lb.
As of 2023, we have decided to discontinue raising hogs. The pork cuts, sausage, and ground pork we have available for sale now will be the last. Get it before it’s gone!
We raise gourmet pork, slow - grown on pasture. Our hogs, American Guinea Hogs reach market weight (aprox 125 lbs.) in 18 months. Compared to the 6 months of commercial hogs.
American Guinea hogs do not produce a traditional market carcass. Being a lard breed, they are fattier, and their smaller size will yield a carcass of about 100 lbs. This is NOT "the other white meat." Guinea hogs have a uniquely desirable flavor characteristic. They have an exceptionally tender, marbled meat which is full of flavor. The fat of the Guinea Hog is abundant and firm, and has found interest with chefs and butchers for making charcuterie (old world style cured meats). Their rendered lard would be of particular interest to pastry chefs for use in crusts and dough.
Retail Cuts are USDA processed and are available for on-farm purchase or at the Lockport Famer's Market (seasonal).
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Our beef is raised in the pasture where they consume grass and hay.
We currently have ground beef, steaks, cutlets, sirloin tips, stew beef and meaty soup bones for sale.
Ground Beef: $6.50/lb.
Available in 1 lb. or 2 lb. packages, 85% lean
Stew Meat: $6.00/lb.
Available in 1 lb. packages
Soup bones: $3.00/lb.
Free range, Non-GMO eggs
Hens are fed Non-GMO grains and allowed daily access to the outdoors.
Please drive up to the farm stand for self-serve eggs on the porch. During open hours and summer months, there are extra eggs available in the farm stand refrigerator.
Old-fashioned Lard Soap
We handcraft our all-natural soaps using our pasture-raised lard and essential oils. No artificial scents or ingredients are used. Just lard, lye and water.
Handmade Greeting Cards
Find a unique, handcrafted greeting card for every occasion.
Made from Gormley Farms fruit. We offer blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, plumcot and apple butter.
Local Maple syrup
12 oz. bottles of maple syrup from Fransylvania Maple Co. in Sanborn, NY.
We have local raw honey from local apiaries.