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This Week's Newsletter

January Freezer Blow-Out Sale!

It's that time again...for the entire month of January (or while items remain in-stock) we will have the following items on a "Buy 2 items, receive 1 item free" sale. 

A few notes about the Freezer Blow-Out Sale (FBOS):
1) items can be mix-and-matched (meaning you do not have to choose all of the same item)
2) there is no limit to the number of times you can use the special (for example, you may  decide that you want 9 items and of these, 3 will be free).  Please make sure that when placing your order, that the total number of FBOS items is divisible by 3
3) speaking of the free item, this will be whichever item(s) are the lowest/equal cost in your overall FBOS order.  Once we receive your order and gather/weigh the items, we will be able to tell which item(s) will be free. 

We will pack extras of these items for the farmers market, but if you know of certain items/quantities that you would like, submitting a pre-order on our website using the Online Store tab would be encouraged.  As always, if you have any questions, please contact us.

Here is a list of the FBOS items:
Stock Bones, Liver, Ground Beef, Rib Steaks, Chuck Roasts, Swiss Steak, Round Steak, Rump Roast, and Brisket

Spare Ribs and Boneless Loin Roasts

Feet, Boneless/Skinless Chicken Breasts, Frames*, and Tomato-Basil Chicken Sausage

Ground Turkey, Necks, Drumsticks, Wings, Tomato-Basil Turkey Sausage, Sweet Italian Links, and Sweet Italian Bulk

*A frame is the carcass of the chicken after the breasts, legs, and wings have been parted out and is ideally used for making stock as it contains bone, skin, and small bits of meat along the bone. 


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