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Welcome to Fenwood Farm
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Specials for the Month of November:
10% off Antibiotic Free Thighs and Drums

Time to Place your Christmas Turkey Order
Click http://www.fenwoodfarm.com/order-form/ to get to the Order Form.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a farm store where the public can shop at?
Yes. Fenwood Farm Country Store is the name of our retail store, located at 774 Sawmill Road in Ancaster. The store is open every day except for Sundays and holidays. Store hours are 10-5 Monday to Wednesday; 10-6 Thursday and Friday and from 9-5 on Saturday.

Do I need to fill out an Order Form?
The Order Form is available for your convenience. After submitting the form you will receive confirmation from the staff at Fenwood Farm within 2 business days. They will also let you know if a product is not available at the time of your order. If you are new to Fenwood Farm we suggest you come by and visit our store, ask questions and see what we have available.

What is the difference between Organic and Antibiotic Free (ABF) chicken?
Organic – is the purest form. The chickens are only fed organic grains.
Antibiotic Free (ABF) – is completely drug free but the grains the chickens are fed are not organic. There is a possibility that the grains have been grown in fields that had chemical fertilizer added and could have been sprayed for pesticides.

The same care is given to both types of chickens. Both are antibiotic and hormone free. They are fed vitamin herbs and probiotics to help build their immune system. The birds have three times the space to roam than the traditional birds are given.

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What kind of breed are the chickens?  They are White Rock, broiler cockerals and pullets.
What is the average size of the chicken you sell in your store?  The birds are between 4 – 5 lbs.

What is the beef fed and where are they raised?  The beef is raised locally and processed at a trusted butcher. They free range on organic pasture. Approximately 2 percent of their diet is grains (which are not organic). The beef are not given any hormones.

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