Fresh chicken this week – Bungendore, Moruya, Southside

Fresh, pastured, organic and locally grown Sommerlad chickens available this week at Southern Harvest Farmers Market in Bungendore (Sat 9am to 12noon), Southside Farmers Market in Canberra (Sun 7.30am to 11.30am) and SAGE Farmers Market in Moruya on Tuesday from 3pm.

Our chicken is also available through Provisions Grocery and Deli, My Farm Shop in Canberra and Palarang Partnership (Bombala Butchery). We’ll have whole chickens plus breasts, wings, thighs, drumsticks, frames, livers, hearts, feet and more…

On-Farm Shop Our on-farm shop is open 7 days a week- so stop on by for our full range of seasonal produce, meats, preserves, herbs and take-home meals.

Get your Christmas Orders in for for Organic, Pastured Turkey orders and Organic, Pastured Sommerlad Chicken orders (if you think you’ve sent an order in and have not heard from us with a deposit invoice please do let us know, as you have probably slipped through the cracks).

Harvest Boxes available by order before 2pm on Fridays
The garden is really starting to kick now, this week we’ll have a selection of:

  • Artichokes $1 each
  • Kale $3/bunch
  • Spring Onions $3/bunch
  • Onions $3/bunch
  • Salad Mix $3/bag
  • Stir-fry Greens $3/bag
  • Chicory $3/bunch
  • Silverbeet $3/bunch
  • Beetroot $3/bunch
  • Kohlrabi $3/bunch
  • Brocolli/Brocollini $3/bunch
  • Purple Cauliflower $3
  • Whole lettuce $3
  • Leeks $3/bunch
  • Rhubarb $3/bunch
  • Purple top Turnips $3/bunch
  • Duck Eggs $6/half dozen
  • Young garlic $1/head
  • Garlic scapes $3/bunch

From the pantry:

  • Dried Herbs and Herbal Teas $3
  • Pickled Radishes $8
  • Pickled Scapes $8
  • Chicken Stock $8
  • Vegetable Stock $8
  • Raspberry Kombucha $4

Plus we have beef, pork, lamb and take-home meals in the On-Farm Shop.
On the Farm
The bees are busy buzzing, they are loving it here, and all the animals are really thriving with all the beautiful green grass, there are a load of new pics on the Caroola Farm Facebook Page of what the farm is looking like at the moment.

We are still holding off on the garlic harvest, but getting the tomatoes and zucchinis in, touch wood for no more frost. We are back to having to water the garden (but of course not the garlic).

We’re wrapping up our Turkey orders and organising Christmas processing for chickens, ducks and turkey, and of course pigs – hoping to have some smoked items available for purchase, so stay tuned!

Paul and Penny

Caroola Farm

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