For a true farm-to-table experience, we offer a variety of products in our Farm Store, grown or pasture-raised right at Gale Woods Farm. Availability and selection does vary throughout the seasons. Sign up for the Gale Woods Farm Newsletter to stay current with news, availability of current and incoming farm products, specials, and upcoming events happening on the farm.
All prices are subject to change. This list is updated seasonally. The products listed below do not reflect all of what we offer throughout the year. All meat is frozen and all products are available on a first come, first served basis. Call 763.694.2001 to check on availability on specific items or to be placed on a contact list.
The hens lay a mix of brown, white and blue-green eggs. They are raised cage-free without hormones or antibiotics. They are fed conventional grain and discarded garden and grocery produce. You can stop by the farm store and pack your own eggs by the dozen or individually. Bring your own carton from home or buy a new carton for $0.75. Due to the popularity of our eggs, there is a one-dozen limit per household per day.
|Grade A Eggs||Per egg||Pack a dozen||Buy a dozen|
The chickens are raised on pasture in portable pens. Chicks are purchased and raised for 10–12 weeks. They roam during the day eating grass, bugs and worms and are penned at night for protection from predators. They are fed grain from local farms transitioning to organic (chemical-free, but uncertified) and receive no hormones or antibiotics. Chickens are processed in July or August.
|Free range chicken||$4.00/lb|
Bronze breasted and eastern white turkeys are raised at Gale Woods. The baby poults arrive in June. After three weeks inside, they live on pasture until Thanksgiving. They are fed grain from farms transitioning to organic (chemical-free, but uncertified) and receive no hormones or antibiotics. Whole, fresh (not frozen) turkeys are available for pick-up the week of Thanksgiving.
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100% Grass-fed Beef
The beef cattle are 100% grass-fed and pasture raised. In the winter they are fed organically grown hay from Gale Woods. Galloway beef cattle—a breed selected for their ability to thrive on pasture and superior taste—are raised. Since this beef is extremely lean, it is important that it is cooked slowly using a lower temperature. Two-year-old steers are processed 2–3 times per year into a variety of cuts including steaks, roasts, short ribs, ground beef and beef patties.
|Beef patties (4 preformed patties/package)||$7.00/lb|
|Steaks (ribeye, sirloin, T-bone, porterhouse, New York strip)||$12.50-$16.50/lb|
|Bone-in roasts (chuck, arm & cross, bread & butter)||$9.00/lb|
|Boneless roasts (sirloin tip, rump)||$9.00/lb|
|Organs (liver, heart, tongue)||$3.00-$5.00/lb|
|Bones (soup, knuckle, marrow, neck)||$3.50/lb|
The sheep are raised on pasture during the spring, summer and fall months. They are fed conventional grain from other farms and organically-grown hay from Gale Woods. Eight-month old lambs are processed in late fall into a variety of cuts including chops, ground, leg and roast.
|Bone-in leg of lamb||$8.50/lb|
|Boneless leg of lamb||$11.50/lb|
|Organ meat (kidneys, liver, heart, tongue)||$3.50/lb|
|Rack of lamb||$15.00/lb|
|Unseasoned lamb patties||$9.25/lb|
|100% lamb breakfast links||$11.00/lb|
Pigs are raised on pasture from late spring through mid-fall. They receive some of their nutrition by grazing on cover crops planted in the gardens during non-vegetable production years. They are also fed conventional grain and discarded garden and grocery produce.
|Unseasoned ground pork||$5.75/lb|
|Mild Italian ground||$6.25/lb|
|Ground pork fat (regular back fat, leaf)||$2.50-$4.50/lb|
|Fresh spare ribs||$5.50/lb|
|Fresh baby back ribs||$8.00/lb|
|Fresh country-style ribs||$6.00/lb|
|Shoulder roast, bone-in||$6.00/lb|
|Boston butt, boneless||$6.50/lb|
|Boneless pork chops||$9.25/lb|
|Presliced honey ham||$7.50/lb|
|Pepperoni sticks (70% grass-fed beef, 30% pork)||$9.75/lb|
|Pepperoni sticks (70% lamb, 30% pork)||$14.00/lb|
|Summer sausage (70% grass-fed beef, 30% pork)||$9.75/lb|
|Weiners (70% grass-fed beef, 30% pork)||$8.50/lb|
|Brats (50% lamb, 50% pork)||$9.00/lb|
|Breakfast links (50% lamb, 50% pork)||$9.00/lb|
Rendered lard processed onsite from our pasture-raised hogs is now available throughout the year.
|1/4 pint jars of regular (back fat) lard||$3.50 each|
|Pint jars of regular (back fat) lard||$7.00 each|
|1/4 pint jars of leaf lard||$7.00 each|
|Pint jars of leaf lard||$20.00 each|
Four bountiful acres of organically-managed gardens provide a great diversity of produce. From common vegetables such as carrots, tomatoes and lettuce to more unique crops like celeriac, fennel and popcorn.
Produce is available during the onsite farmers market every Saturday morning from 9:30 AM–noon throughout the season. You can receive 20 percent more at the farmers market by pre-purchasing credits (i.e., $200 buys $240 in produce). Credits can be used at your convenience throughout the season; you do not need to come every week. Cash, credit cards and checks are also accepted.
Apples, pears, mushrooms, honey and maple syrup produced on the farm are also available seasonally.