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Latest News From Around Tri-County Farms

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24th May 2017 - Pasture raised GMO free meats

Memorial weekend is upon us and from what I see for the weather forcast it is going to be a perfect weekend for BBQing for your friends and or family. The Pierce Family Ranch has lots of pasture raised GMO free meats that will make your BBQ a huge hit. We have plenty of beef, Pork and chicken just waiting to hit your BBQ. Everything is raised here on the ranch and USDA inspected. No antibiotics or hormones just great tasting farm raised meats that are tender and juicy.


11th May 2017 - Pasture raised GMO free meats

Mothers day is coming up this weekend and what better way to celebrate it with is to have some pasture raised GMO free Beef, Pork or Chicken on the BBQ for your special mom. The Pierce Family Ranch can help you out with that! Our freezers are stocked full of USDA pasture raised GMO free meats that are raised here on the ranch. You can purchase by individual cuts of meats or try our 10 or 25 pounds variety packs that we offer. We have a wide variety of cuts to choose from and all our beef is a Wagyu/Angus cross of beef.


5th May 2017 - May is National BBQ Month!

This month is National BBQ month and The Pierce Family Ranch has meat perfect for your family BBQ! All our beef is Wagyu/Angus cross beef which makes a very tender cut of meat with amazing taste. Does not require much seasoning to enjoy the full flavor of our beef.


25th April 2017 - Grass Fed/finished Beef Shares in time for BBQ Season!

The rain WILL stop soon and the sun will be back so we can break out the BBQ's finally.... so we want to be sure your freezer is prepared! We are taking reservations for a May 7th beef harvest.

If you are looking to purchase local, pasture raised, natural grass fed and finished beef, please give us a call! Our beef is USDA certified grass fed/finished- (we are one of only two farms in the state with this certification.) We do not feed our cattle any grains, antibiotics, GMO's, or use any type of hormones. Our cattle are on pasture year round. During the winter when pasture grass is not growing, we supplement with grass haylage and grass hay that we grow and harvest ourselves.

This newsletter was posted 32 days ago. The data contained within it may no longer be applicable. Please contact the farm directly if you are unsure


25th April 2017 - Fresh pasture raised Fryers

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18th April 2017 - Ranch update

Our first Farmers market is starting this Sunday at the Tigard Farmers Market in Tigard on Burnham St. in old town. We will have coolers stocked with hamburger, various cuts of beef, chicken, pork sausages and eggs. Market starts at 9 am and is over at 1:30 pm.

This newsletter was posted 39 days ago. The data contained within it may no longer be applicable. Please contact the farm directly if you are unsure


12th April 2017 - Easter Hams and beef

If you are scrambling around looking for something to cook for your Easter dinner this weekend we still have hams left. These hams are frozen and fully cooked and smoked with Applewood. Regular price $5.29/lb. on sale for $4.75/lb. Sizes left are as follows:

This newsletter was posted 45 days ago. The data contained within it may no longer be applicable. Please contact the farm directly if you are unsure


5th April 2017 - Fresh pasture raised Fryers

We had 60 fryers harvested this morning. I have put some of them in the refrigerator. Some are whole and some are halved. $4.95 /lb for whole and $5.60/lb. for a half. These fryers are pasture raised and supplemented with a Non-GMO grower feed. They range from 4 plus to 5 plus pounds each and the halves range from 1 plus to 2 plus lbs. They are in a bag that actually freezes very well and will keep nicely for up to 1 year. I am still enjoying chicken that is in my freezer from last year. No freezer burn. These chickens are great for the BBQ, roasting and baking, cut up for your favorite chicken casserole or chicken tacos/fajitas. There is lots of tender and juicy meat on these chickens and the bones make a great broth for your favorite chicken soup or chicken and dumplings. If you buy 5 or more whole fryers they are $4.50/lb. 10 or more $4.25/lb. I have just a limited amount that are in the fridge but if you speak to late that's ok, we have plenty of them that are in the freezer! Hurry up and don't miss out on this batch but if you do, that's ok, I have another batch going in 3 weeks. I am anticipating that this next batch of chickens are going to be smaller and if you would like to reserve some from that batch send me an email and we will put your name down for some. No deposits on chicken unless you want to order 10 or more.

This newsletter was posted 52 days ago. The data contained within it may no longer be applicable. Please contact the farm directly if you are unsure


3rd April 2017 - SALE!!!

Ground Beef Sale!!! Regular $6.00/lb. Sale $5.00/lb. This hamburger is in the 2 in 1 packages. 2/1 pound patties wrapped separate and then wrapped together. They average 2.15 lbs. Pasture raised Angus, We never grain or use antibiotics or hormones for any of our meat. This ground beef makes great burgers for your summer BBQ's, meatloaf and other delicious meals that you can make with ground beef. I have around 150 plus pounds of this ground beef and it could go very fast. Once this batch of burger is gone sale is over.

This newsletter was posted 54 days ago. The data contained within it may no longer be applicable. Please contact the farm directly if you are unsure


30th March 2017 - Certified Grass Fed/Finished Natural Beef

If you are looking to purchase local, pasture raised, natural grass fed and finished beef, please give us a call! Soggy Feet Enterprises beef is USDA Certified Grass fed/finished- (we are one of only two farms in the state with this certification.) We do not feed our cattle any grains, antibiotics, GMO's, or use any type of hormones. Our cattle are on pasture year round. During the winter when pasture grass is not growing, we supplement with grass haylage and grass hay that we grow and harvest ourselves.

This newsletter was posted 58 days ago. The data contained within it may no longer be applicable. Please contact the farm directly if you are unsure