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OUR OWN PASTURED CHICKEN, PORK
& GRASS FED BEEF
FOR SALE

CHICKEN
We are offering six whole chickens for $100.  These were raised on our pasture with soy-free, organic feed. No hormones, no antibiotics. Some of them even had a happy couple weeks at someone's home during our Rent-A-Chick program in April.  Each chicken is 3 - 5 lbs. You will receive at least 25 pounds of chicken which is a discount of over 25 cents per pound.

PORK
$100 pork sampler will include 11 - 12 pounds of pork including 2 pounds of bacon, 1-2 pounds of pork chops, 3-4 pounds of sliced ham, 2-3 pounds of pork roast, and 2-3 pounds of sausage.  The amounts are an estimate.    Our pork was born and raised at Willow Haven farm, in our pasture and supplemented with soy-free organic grain as well as milk and whey from our family cow. There are a limited number of pork samplers available so please respond soon if you are interested.

PICK UP
You may pick the sampler packs up at the farm during our Saturday market or during the week by appointment.

ORDERING
Email willowhavenfarm@live.com

BEEF

We are taking reservations for grass fed beef quarters
now. 

beef cows
(The calf in the background is Romulus,
our own farm bred steer who won't be ready until next summer.)


We added these two beautiful beef cows to our pasture in July 2015.  They are over one year old and came from a small grass fed beef farm in Sellersville, PA.  We will rotate them through our pastures for the next four months and then they will be ready to butcher in November.

To reserve and make a deposit, email Reuben
 willowhavenfarm@live.com.


WORK SHARE 
We have a work share program through which you can work on the farm in exchange for vegetables.  The work share day is usually Tuesday. Volunteers come to the farm at 8:30 and work as long as they can, usually until 2 pm.  We send you home with our surplus vegetables and lots of thanks for your hard work. Email Reuben if you are interested in coming willowhavenfarm@live.com.


Lambskins and Sheepskins for Sale

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Farm Market Open Every Saturday
  10AM - 2PM
Brick oven pizza every Saturday

Our  organic meat selection includes grass-fed beef, pastured pork and chicken, and Alaskan salmon.  We also have pastured eggs, raw cheese, organic sourdough bread, honey, maple syrup and locally roasted organic coffee.


 Welcome to Willow Haven Farm. 

In the 1740s, Peter Herber settled in this quiet valley near Allentown, PA.  Here he found fertile land, abundant springs, and a haven for a new life.  Over two hundred and sixty years later, another farmer and his family are producing a bountiful harvest for their friends, family, and the wider community of the greater Lehigh Valley.  Willow Haven Farm now provides fresh, certified naturally grown vegetables delivered to your home and available during our seasonal Saturday market on the farm.  We also feature pastured eggs, pastured and grass-fed meats, local honey, homemade soap, and organic sourdough breads baked in our outdoor brick oven. When we find quality products in the local area we like to stock them in our market to make them available to you.  Examples are Benchwarmer's coffee and chocolate, Hilltop Meadow raw cheese, Mike Ferror's maple syrup and Wild For Salmon products.  

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