Chicken Egg CSA

2017 Chicken and Egg CSA

Our Chicken and Egg CSA

Forever And Always Homestead is offering a chicken and egg CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) for 2017.   It will operate similar to a vegetable CSA simply instead of vegetable you will receive chicken and eggs.  If you are not familiar with a CSA it is where you are able purchase a “share” from a local farmer.  Our CSA share will run for 26 weeks from May through November.  We will be offering three different CSA options for 2017.

  1. Full CSA Membership – These members will receive 26 chickens and 26 dozen eggs.  Full CSA members will also receive an additional 10% off other farm product purchases.  A Full CSA Membership is priced at $572 and requires a deposit of $143.
  2. Half CSA membership – These members will receive 13 chickens and 13 dozens eggs.  Half CSA members will receive an additional 5% off other farm product purchases.  A Half CSA Membership is priced at $305 and requires a deposit of $76.
  3. Quarter CSA membership – These members will receive 7 chickens and 13 dozen eggs.  Quarter CSA member will receive an additional 5% off other farm product purchases.  A Quarter CSA Membership is priced at $191.50 and requires a deposit of $48.

If you do not want to commit to a membership level we will be offering individual chickens for pre-order. Our chickens will be priced at $5/lb with our average broiler weighing 4 pounds.  If you are interested in pre-ordering an individual chicken please let us know due to the limited amount and we know they will sell out quick.

If are curious about why our chickens cost more than you may be typically used to check out our post Why Does Our Chick Cost More?

What Members Will Receive

We raise multiple breeds of layer hens here at Forever And Always Homestead which will provide you will a variety of eggs in both color and size.

Our broiler chickens will be provided to our member as whole chickens.  The breed we have chosen to raise is the Freedom Ranger breed.  This breed grows slower than the typical Cornish Cross breed which makes it a more flavorful chicken for you.

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