I’ll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow until 1 pm with:

Eggs – organic fed, soy-free, free range, from Carlea Farm

cukes, broccoli, green cabbage, squash, freshly dug garlic: Chet’s Italian, Ichelium Red, Susanville and the last couple Thai Purple. Curly and Red Russian kale, and the last sweet potatoes. Mint, lemon balm, hard red winter wheat.

I’ll have our 100% grass fed & grass finished black Angus beef in these cuts:

Filet, NY Strip steaks, sirloin steaks, skirt, flat iron, flap steak, philly steak, short ribs, cube steak, osso buccco, stew beef, brisket, sirloin tip roast, eye of round roast, boneless chuck roast, soup bones, hot dogs.

Ground beef special this weekend – Buy 5 lbs, get 1 lb free.

Bulk pricing on our beef: quarters, halves and wholes – $3.50 lb hang weight plus the cost of processing (.85/lb), and almost half-quarters – not quite 1/8 of a cow (60 lbs) for $466. This is a great savings over the regular price you pay per piece, but quarters, halves and wholes are still the best deal.

If I don’t include a horse photo in the newsletter, people be like, No horses this week??  🙂 My kind of people!  Shane was helping take some pics of me and the horses for my new website but since I don’t enjoy seeing myself in photos, of course none of them will ever do. And I have about 10 seconds of patience sitting in front of a computer trying to create a website so…that’s not really getting anywhere. Ugh. It’s a good thing my hammer is in the Gator.

That’s my girl. I always tell her, us girls have to stick together <3 She’s the only mare in a pasture with 4 geldings and she’s so sweet and sensitive, not aggressive or dominant at all, so she’s at the bottom of the pecking order; I always feel like I have to look out for her but she doesn’t need me to. She’s a former racehorse so even though she’s 22, she’s still super fast – and bred to be an athlete so she has moves.  Horses are pretty rough on each other in the pasture, most people don’t realize that. It’s common to see scrapes, nip marks or even hoofprint-shaped bruises here or there, but she’s much too quick for those old geezers. I’m going to try to post a video of them all galloping across the pasture. Sadie leaves ’em in the dust 🙂

See you tomorrow!