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Getting Ready for the Holidays

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

After the Thanksgiving rush, we are settling back into the usual cold weather routine (and our gym routine!). The animals are moving a little more slowly and soaking up any stray sunshine they can.

Double Brook FarmThis handsome boar is just tired or the ennui of it all. Waiting for the ladies can be so exhausting.

Double Brook FarmKasey and Bea are especially busy this time of year. Things are a little leaner for the predators so potentially easy pickings would be a nice fat hen or small yearling sheep.

Not on Kasey’s watch!

Double Brook FarmPlease be sure to check in at the Brick Farm Market for any holiday ordering you’d like to do! We have all our meats and vegetables from the farm and local farms, as well as baked items, cheese plates, gifts and any catered item from our holiday CATERING MENU.

Or check out the Market Dinners we have scheduled for 2015. All 5-course farm-to-table affairs served at the market after hours. Fine dining in a relaxed setting and it’s BYO!

Double Brook FarmWhat could be better than a locally sourced hassle-free meal over the holidays?

Double Brook FarmSNOW!!

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