Drager Farms is getting ready for our November 2017 Meat Share Program. This is a GREAT WAY to stock your freezer full of our delicious humanely raised 100% grass fed beef and pastured pork products. And it’s economical too! These go fast, so reserve your share soon.
Feed your family or go in it with your friends. For more information, visit the Beef Share page or the Pork Share page.
Starting July 1, we’ll be participating in the Marietta Market all summer long. The market is held on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month from 10am-2pm in the courtyard of the Railroad House Inn, 280 W Front Street.
The days are getting longer and spring is just around the corner. If you haven’t visited the farm yet, now is the time! I will be off work and around the farm for the next week. Come out and take a tour, check out our retail products, and learn why Drager Farms’ grass fed beef and pastured pork is “good for you and good for nature”.
Looking forward to seeing you soon, Nathan
Drager Farms Pastured Pork Sampler
Drager Farms has put together a Pastured Pork Sampler Package. It’s an excellent way to try out a variety of high quality pastured pork products. You’ll get about 7 lbs. of meat for just $49 – save about $30! Check it out: http://dragerfarms.com/product/pastured-pork-sampler/
And I am still gathering interest for the July Pork Share. If you love pork, this is a very economical way to stock up on healthy and humanely raised pastured pork. Split a whole or half share with your friends or family. For more details and to reserve a share, click here: http://dragerfarms.com/product/pork-share/
First and foremost, I’d like to send out a HUGE thank you to everyone who has come out to visit me at the farm and for all of your encouragement and support. It really means the world to me to know that what I’m doing is appreciated. I am humbled and so grateful.
And another big thanks to all of my beef share customers. I appreciate your business and your patience. I am making a few changes to streamline the process so things go a little more smoothly this fall.
Help me spread the word about the next beef share. Send this link to your friends or post it to your social media: http://bit.ly/2kOQXUE
With deepest gratitude, Nathan
2017 Pork Share Planned
I am excited to announce that because of your interest, I’ve decided to raise pigs again this year and do a pork share this summer. I’ll be getting piglets in March from a Niman Ranch producer and processing in July.
I am asking $250 down for a whole pig or $150 down for a half share. More details and payment options can be found here: http://dragerfarms.com/product/pork-share/. If you want a whole or half share but don’t have room to store it, I can keep it for you (up to 1 year) for an additional 50¢ per pound. If you’re interested in something other than a whole or half share, please let me know so I can plan accordingly. Call or text 717-951-0327, or email email@example.com to discuss. Read more
— Drager Farms, LLC in Marietta, PA, uses sustainable agriculture methods to produce Certified Grassfed by AGW beef —
MARIETTA, PA (AUGUST 30, 2016)–Drager Farms, LLC is the first farming business in Pennsylvania to be Certified Grassfed by A Greener World (AGW). This is the only certification and logo in the U.S. and Canada that guarantees food products come from animals fed a 100 percent grass and forage diet, raised outdoors on pasture or range for their entire lives, and managed according to Certified AWA’s leading welfare and environmental standards on an independent family farm. While other grassfed labels exist, none has fully met consumer expectations when it comes to a grassfed and forage diet, environmental management, and farm animal welfare–until now. Read more
We are so happy to announce that Drager Farms has officially been accepted by the Animal Welfare Approved program! That means our cows are cared for humanely throughout their entire life cycle. We know that happy cows are better for everyone!
This was another childhood staple: good ole chicken corn soup. Oh my! How I loved making those doughy balls with my grandmother and eating them before they were even in the soup! You can eliminate the doughy ‘rivels’ from the recipe (or substitute potatoes instead) and you’ll still end up with a delicious hearty soup.
Traditionally, the Pennsylvania Dutch chicken pot pie recipe is actually less of a pie and more of a soup or stew. This recipe is most like what our grandparents used to make.
It’s a little time-consuming to prepare since you have to boil off the chicken and make your own noodles. But in the end, it’s some serious comfort food. If you’re running short on time (or just feeling lazy) you can substitute cooked bow tie pasta for the homemade noodles, like my grandmother used to do.