Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Order Your Patchwork Family Farms Easter Hams Today!!

By purchasing your holiday ham from Patchwork Family Farms, you will be supporting independent farm families whose livelihoods support their rural communities, who raise their hogs with great care and plenty of access to fresh air and sunshine and without the use of sub-therapeutic antibiotics.

Your support of Patchwork Family farms also helps the Missouri Rural Crisis Center (MRCC), a committed and successful family farm organization that fights every day for policies that support America’s farm families, rural communities and a healthy environment.

Here are the ordering details from Patchwork:

Bone-In Holiday Ham
Our succulent, sugar-cured smoked hams sold on-the-bone in generous 15-18 lb portions. We pride ourselves in producing a gourmet ham that is lean and tender, using only the highest quality products and slow curing method.
PRICE: $75

Boneless Holiday Ham
If you love a juicy, easy to prepare ham with a sweet flavor and delicious smoked accent, choose our farm-fresh boneless ham. Each boneless ham is fully cooked and smoked, and weighs between 10-14 pounds.
PRICE: $65

Call Patchwork's office at 573.449.1336 by noon on Monday, March 29 with your order and we can deliver your ham anywhere in the U.S.

Or come on in to pick up your order and choose from a large selection of additional Patchwork products for your own holiday meal.

Please call ahead to have your order ready for pick-up or just stop by!

Orders can be picked up at our office between 9am and 5pm, Monday, March 29th-Thursday, April 1st or call to make other arrangements.

* Prices do not include Shipping and Handling (Shipping ranges between $15 and $20)

Patchwork prohibits the use of growth hormones, and hogs are not fed subtherapeutic antibiotics. Animals are raised in the open, having plenty of access to fresh air and sunshine. Producers use environmental responsibility with their growing practices.Every time you buy Patchwork products you directly support independent Missouri family farmers.

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