5/15 - Mid-City: Laughing Buddha Nursery Farm Delivery Hub
Below is a brief description of all the farms and producers included in our delivery hub, followed by the order form! You can indicate that you want multiple packages or pounds of something (or a certain size eggs) in the notes section at the bottom of the form.
Pick up is 4:30-6:30 pm on Wednesday, May 15th at Second Line Brewing - 433 N Bernadotte St. We use the Square register app, so accept cash, check and credit cards. Deadline to order is 10 AM on Wednesday, but sooner for dairy, bread and a few other items that I have to order in the days prior from the farmers/producers. In general, ordering sooner rather than later ensures you'll get what you want!
You pay in person, but if you don't show up to pick up your order and cannot be reached to make other arrangements, we charge a $20 restocking fee.
--> Local Cooling Farms (LCF) is our 16-acre pasture-based, regenerative farm in Rio, LA (near Bogalusa). We have egg laying chickens and ducks, plus hogs, goats, cattle and rabbits.
--> Kent Farms is a grass-fed cattle operation in Clinton owned and operated by Amelia and Russell Kent. They primarily consist of a cow-calf operation but also have a replacement heifer program and graze yearling cattle. Amelia is also very active in farming political advocacy and the Louisiana Farm Bureau.
--> Good Food (GF) Farms/Screaming Oaks is our friend James Shoop's pastured chicken and mushroom farm in Franklinton. He's been farming for 10 years with his dad. His dad calls his farm Good Food Farm, while the mushrooms have been marketed under James' Screaming Oaks. If you're looking for an online presence, look up Screaming Oaks, but the label on the chickens will say GF for Good Food Farms.
--> Greener Pastures Farm in Singer, LA, focuses on truly pastured poultry and pork. We're able to source their whole chickens and cuts through Inglewood Farms.
-->Mauthe's Progress Milk Barn is a grass based dairy in Progress, Miss., a few miles from the Louisiana state line. They produce a variety of dairy products from their herd of Jersey and Holstein cows, and do not homogenize (though laws currently require pasteurization).
--> Inglewood Farm is a certified organic farm focusing mostly on large scale produce in Alexandria. They also have pecan groves and raise grassfed beef and pastured pork.
--> Major Acre Farm is a small, diverse vegetable farm run by Ellis Douglas and Jasmine Meyer in Laplace, La. Using organic methods, they cultivate 1 acre on a 5 acre property near the Mississippi River. Our farm's main goal is to produce the highest quality and best tasting vegetables possible.
--> Poche Family Farm is vegetable farm located in Independence, Louisiana, run by Albert and Charise Poche along with their children Billie and Camille. While not certified organic, their farm is focused on sustainable agriculture using cover crops, organic pesticides and natural fertilizers wherever possible.
--> River Queen Greens is a half acre urban farm in Bywater. They specialize in greens and are Certified Naturally Grown!
--> Two Dog Farms is a 20 acre produce farm in Flora, Mississippi. With a slightly different growing season, it's fun to get some veggies that are just out of season down here. They follow organic practices but are not certified organic.
--> Succotash Ferments is locally sourced fermentation company based in Covington, bringing you a variety of fermented foods including kombucha, seasonal fermented vegetables (including krauts and kimchi), and more!
--> Bellegarde Bakery bakes incredible bread with heirloom, carefully sourced wheat. They grind whole wheat in their stone mill, preserving many of the wholesale qualities of wheat that are taken out of commercial flours. They use a slow fermentation process and many people with gluten sensitivities are able to enjoy their bread with no issues. Also, it's the most flavorful, delicious bread ever!
--> Cajun Dough Works takes the nostalgic recipes from our childhood and updates them for today's lifestyles. Many of their products incorporate whole grains and provide healthier options for both omnivores and plant-based eaters. Additionally, they like to incorporate local, seasonal produce and locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible!
--> Maple Syrup is sourced from my aunt and uncle's Maple Woods in Northern Wisconsin. Homestead Harvest Honey is from our neighbor in Bogalusa who takes great care of his hives.
Phone number (must be 555-555-5555 format)
Local Cooling Farms Pastured Chicken Eggs *Indicate size preference in the notes, we can't guarantee they'll lay enough of a particular size to satisfy demand though!
10% OFF! 1 dozen ($7.25 for jumbo; $6.25 for large; $5.25 medium; $4 for small)
10% OFF! 1.5 dozen ($10.88 jumbo; $9.38 large; $7.88 medium; $6 for small)
10% OFF! 2 dozen ($14.50 for jumbo; $12.50 for large; $10.50 for medium; $8 for small)
10% OFF! 3 dozen ($21.75 for jumbo; $18.75 for large; $15.75 for medium; $12 for small)
10% OFF! 4 dozen ($29 for jumbo; $25 for large)
10% OFF! 5 dozen ($36.25 for jumbo; $31.25 for large)
If you want more than 5, just write us a note in the comments and we'll do the sale price, too!
Local Cooling Farms Pastured, Forest-Finished Pork (all frozen)
Smoked and Sliced Pork Belly (Unseasoned, ~1lb packs) - $13.50 per pound
Boneless Pork Loin Roast (2-4 lbs) - $10 per pound
Grant's Andouille (coarse grind, wide casing, traditional Cajun recipe, 1 lb packs) - $10 per pound
Smoked Andouille (finer grind, smaller casing, ~1 lb packs) - $9 per pound
Bratwurst with Fresh Pepper Jack (1-1.35 lbs) - $10 per pound
Louisiana Hot Sausage (1-1.35 lbs) - $9 per pound
(Limited!) Chorizo Sausage Link (1-1.35 lb packs) - $9 per pound
Pork Stir Fry Strips (~1 lb packs) - $10 per pound
Pork Chops (.85-1.35 lbs) - $9 per pound
Ground Pork (1 lb flat packs) - $8 per pound
(SALE!) Pork Stew Meat (~1 lb packs) - $7 per pound
(SALE!) Crosscut (Uncured) Ham Roast (5-6 lbs) - $7 per pound
(SALE!) Pork Shoulder Roast (6-7.5 lbs) - $6.50 per pound
Country Ribs (1.5-3 lbs) - $8 per pound
Pork Spare Ribs (St. Louis Style) - $6 per pound
(SALE!) Pork Rib Rack (2.29-3.8 lbs) - $5.50 per pound
Crosscut Pork Hocks/Shanks (~ 1 lb) - $6 per pound
Pork Neck Bones (meatier! 2-3 lbs) - $4 per pound
Pork Trotters (feet! for amazing broth! 2-3 lbs) - $3 per pound
Pork Bones (1.5-3 lb packs) - $2 per pound
Local Cooling Farms Grassfed Beef
Single Source Ground Beef (1 lb packs) - $9 per pound
Filet/Tenderloin (.35-.55 lbs) - $25 per pound
NY Strip Steak (.45-.55 lbs) - $22 per pound
Bone-In Ribeye (.7-1.26 lbs) - $22 per pound
Sirloin Steak (1.7-2.1 lbs) - $18 per pound
Sirloin Tip Steaks (~1 lb per pack) - $16 per pound
Brisket (3-5 lbs) - $9 per pound
Chuck Roast (3-5 lbs) - $9 per pound
Crosscut Beef Shanks/Soup Bones (1.5-3 lbs) - $7 per pound
Beef Bones (~2 lbs) - $4 per pound
Greener Pastures (GP) and Good Food (GF) Farms Chicken (all frozen unless noted)
GP Chicken Wings (1-1.6 lb packs) - $4.75 per pound
GP Chicken Livers (~1 lb) - $6 per pound
GP Chicken Hearts (~1 lb) - $6 per pound
Local Cooling Farms Poultry For Pet Food
Whole Rooster (3-5 lbs) - $3.75 per pound
Mauthe's Progress Milk Barn Dairy Products
WHOLE Milk (1/2 Gal.) - $4
REDUCED FAT Milk (1/2 Gal.) - $4
Butter - $5.25 (half pound)
Buttermilk (Pint) - $2
Heavy Cream (pint) - $4
Creole Cream Cheese (12 oz) - $4
Yogurt (Pint) - $4
Yogurt (Quart) - $7.80
Lightly Sweetened Coffee Milk (pint) - $3.50
Chocolate Milk (pint) - $2.75
Inglewood Farm Produce
Cilantro - $3 per bunch
Dill - $3 per bunch
French Breakfast Radishes - $3.50 per bunch
Purple Daikon Radishes - $3.50 per pound
Green Garlic - $3.50 per bunch
Green Onions - $3.50 per bunch
Parsley - $3 per bunch
Romaine Lettuce - $3.50 per head
Major Acre Farm
Baby Zephyr Summer Squash - $3.50 per pound
Cucumbers - $3 per pound
Two Dog Farms
Beets - $4 per bunch
Broccoli - $3.25 per pound
Bok Choy - $4 per head
Green Curly Kale - $3.50 per bunch
Red Napa Cabbage - $1.50 per pound
Swiss Chard - $3.50 per bunch
River Queen Greens
Salad (Baby Lettuce) Mix - $6 per bag
Fava Microgreens - $5.25
Pea Shoot Microgreens - $5.25
Laughing Buddha Nursery
Lemon Balm bunch (great for tea!) - $2
Mint bunch - $2
Oregano bunch - $2
Thyme bunch - $2
Baguette - $3.50
Epi Loaf (braided baguette) - $3.75
Ciabatta - $5
Country Loaf - $6.25
Country Rye - $6.50
Beet Kraut - $8
Classic Kraut - $8
Kimchi - $8
Rosehip Kraut - $8
Hibiscus Rose Kombucha - $4
Turmeric Lemon Balm Kombucha - $4
Homestead Harvest Honey (16 oz squeeze bottle) - $13
Goetsch Family (Wisconsin!) Maple Syrup - $18 per quart
Inglewood Pecan Oil (250 ml/8.45 oz) - $16
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