- eggs - $3.50/dozen (limit 2 doz per family)
- garlic scapes - $1.00/bundle
- lettuce - $4/bag (2 heads leaf lettuce)
Pick Up Locations Today
- 5:00-5:15PM Waverly - St Andrew's parking lot
- 5:30-5:45PM Waverly - Yogi Life parking area
If you are biking/walking, we will place your order where you can get it after we step back.
We will NOT take payment at delivery, please see below for how payments will work.
Thank you so much for tolerating this process to help keep everyone safe and healthy. We will modify the process as the season progresses and available product dictates the need to do so.
How Do I Order?
For the time being, we are taking orders via email. We are asking those who wish to place orders to participate in our Pre-Paid Farm Credit Program. The program is simple and easy to join. You get better prices and you will help us to limit transactions (and remove the process of passing money back and forth during deliveries).
How Can I Participate?
2020 Pre-Paid Farm Credit Program
We will run the system in $50 increments. In other words, you can purchase a minimum of $50 of farm credit at a time. We will cap the maximum amount of credit at $200 and you can refill your farm credits at any point.
Like the CSA program, this gives you the advantage of not having to pull out money at each delivery. Instead, we will have a ledger with tracking for your current credit balance. Farm credits can be used for ANY farm product the Genuine Faux Farm offers. If you buy farm credits, you can apply them to purchasing meat chickens, vegetables, eggs or any other thing we offer this year.
If you want to send us a check via mail - email us for our farm address. Want to use Paypal? You may send cash to email@example.com We are accepting purchases of credits now and throughout the season.
- (Wed) June 17 - Waverly, St Andrew's Church & Yogi Life
- (Thus) June 25 - Cedar Falls, Jorgensen Plaza and Hansen's Outlet
- The following week will have no deliveries - the farmers are taking a 'week off'
Crop and Poultry Report
Since we were busy scooping bedding out of the hen room today, we'll start with the poultry. Tomorrow AM, the turklets will arrive at the farm. To prepare for that, we moved the hen flock to the Portable Pavilion and parked that mobile building out by Crazy Maurice (our Weeping Willow tree). There will be a short decline in egg production as the hens adjust to the new environment. Thus far, they seem to like the shade and environment around the tree.
Our first flocks of broilers are scheduled to go to "the Park" on July 6, which means they are available beginning July 7.