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09 Dec 2020

2020 Wine Surplus Sale



2020 Wine Surplus Sale



The Greenacres Arts Center will be holding an inventory reduction sale for our dry non-refrigerated house wines as we make space for our 2021 wines. There are limited quantities and availability is on a first come first serve basis. Please note that this form is simply to let us know what you are interested in and does not count as a sale. Once we have received your information we will reach out about payment and pickup. All sales must occur in person so that we may verify that you are 21 or older. Sales tax will be added to your final purchase amount.


23 Mar 2020

Farm Store Product Availability

Farm Store Product Availability

We are remaining curbside pickup service only.
To place an order:
Email us at farm@green-acres.org
or call us at 513-891-4227 then press extension 1

Happy New Year! We look forward to providing the freshest foods from our farm in 2021!

Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat: Why Well-Raised Meat Is Good for You and Good for the Planet by Diana Rodgers and Robb Wolf. We’re told that if we care about our health—or our planet—eliminating red meat from our diets is crucial. That beef is bad for us and cattle farming is horrible for the environment. But science says otherwise.
Greenacres Research department is proud to contribute data to this book – pick up a copy and learn why it’s not the cow, it’s the how. Click here to read more about the book

NEW: ALL BEEF HOT DOGS! 

All natural, clean ingredient list, no nitrates, nitrites or MSG. 1lb packages, $10

MEATS ON SALE:

Beef Shank: $4/lb
Beef Short Ribs: $4/lb
Liver: Beef or Chicken, $2/lb, Save 50%

IT’S THE PERFECT TIME TO MAKE SOUP!
Chicken Backs: $1.50/lb, Save 50%
Chicken Feet: $2/lb, Save 50%
Turkey Wings: $1.50/lb, Save 50%

Marinara Sauce Made with 100% Greenacres grown tomatoes, onions, garlic, and basil. No added sugar. Based on a Nippert family recipe, cooked and packaged in Burlington, KY. $10 per 26oz jar. See nutritional information here.

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—- FLOWERS AND PLANTS —-

Paperwhites (we will have paperwhites again in 3-4 weeks!)

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—- LEAFY GREENS —-

Seasonal Mix Baby Asian greens, enjoy raw or lightly cooked ($5 per 1/2 lb bag)
Cabbage! Crunchy delicious winter cabbages, $2/lb

Arugula
($5 per 1/2lb bag)
Spinach
($6 per 1/2lb bag) Check out our new bacon & spinach salad recipe!
Baby Kale ($6 per 1/2lb bag)
Curly Kale
($4 per 1/2 lb bag)
Microgreens ($4): Pea Shoots, Sunflower Shoots, Power Mix, Spicy Mix
Herbs: Rosemary, Thyme

—- FRESH VEGGIES —-

Purple or White Kohlrabi ($2.25/lb)
Pie Pumpkins ($2/lb)
Acorn Squash
($2/lb)

—- ROOTS —-

French Breakfast Radishes ($8/lb)
Carrots
 ($6/lb)
Juicing Carrots (large-size carrots with big flavor! 3lb or more. $3/lb)
Sweet Potatoes (small, medium or large, $3/lb)
Red Beets ($3.50/lb)
Red Radish ($4 per 1/2 lb)
Winter Radish: Watermelon, Black Spanish, or Green Daikon ($3.50/lb)

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Grass-fed, Grass Finished Angus Beef

You may notice new beef packaging in the farmstore, showing that the beef inside was processed in Michigan! But why would we selling beef raised in Michigan?? 100% grass fed and grass finished, these cattle were raised as part of our ongoing research into the nutritive benefits of grass-fed beef in collaboration with our partners at Michigan State University. They were raised exactly like our Indian Hill beef, with the added benefit of providing important data to our research team. 
We’re offering you a 5% discount on all Michigan raised beef.
We also have most cuts of Indian Hill raised beef in stock.
To find out more, click here to read our blog post by Greenacres Research Director Chad Bitler.

Ground Beef (1lb pkgs $6.25)
30lb Ground Beef Bundles Available (CSA members $155, Non-CSA members $175)
Burger Patties
(3x 1/3 lb patties per package, $7.25/lb)
Ribeye Steak (2 per pkg, approx 2lb, $18/lb)
New York Strip Steak
(2 per pkg, approx 1.5lb, $20/lb)
Filet Mignon
(2 per pkg, $32/lb)
Flank Steak
(approx. 1lb each, $15/lb)
Hanger Steak
(approx. 1lb each, $15/lb)
Skirt Steak
(approx. .75lb each, $12/lb)
Sirloin Steak
(approx. .75lb each, $12/lb)
Stew Beef (1lb package, $8/lb)
Brisket (approx. 3lb portions from Indian Hill or 8lb whole from Michigan, $9/lb)
Short Ribs on sale!
(2 pieces per package, avg. 1-1.5lb, $4/lb)
Chuck Roast (avg 2.5-3.5lb each, $8/lb)
4 Piece chuck roast bundle deal! (Buy 4 or more chuck roasts, only $7/lb)
Rump Roast (2-3lb each, $10/lb)
Sirloin Tip Roast (avg. 2-3lb each, $11/lb)
Arm Roast (Great in the crock pot! Avg. 2-3lb each, $8/lb)
Shank on sale! (Great for braising, meaty with marrow bones. $4/lb)
Marrow Bones ($4/lb)
Liver on Sale! ($2/lb) Tongue ($4/lb) Heart ($4/lb) Kidney ($4/lb)

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Pastured Pork

Tenderloin (approx. 1lb each, $15/lb)
Hams (12-17lb whole, 8-12lb halves, 4-6lb partial, or individual slices. $8/lb)
Bacon
(belly, jowl, or ends/pieces, $12/lb) Check out our new bacon & spinach salad recipe!
Smoked Hocks
($6/lb)
Baby Back Ribs
($14/lb)
Spare Ribs
($8/lb)
Pork Chops
(bone-in or boneless, $12/lb)
Loin Roast
(bone-in, approx. 5lb each, $12/lb)
Shoulder
(Boston Butt, whole or 2lb roast, $8/lb)
Unseasoned Ground Pork
($7/lb)
Breakfast Links ($7.25/lb)
Mild Italian Sausages
(Bratwurst size,$7.25/lb)
Jalapeño Sausages
(Bratwurst size, $7.25/lb)
Sugar Free Sage Sausage
(1lb bulk packages, $7.25/lb)
Heart ($2/lb), Kidney ($2/lb), Tongue ($4/lb) Leaf Lard ($6/lb) Rendered Lard ($4/lb) Caul Fat ($6/lb) Bones ($4/lb)

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Pastured Poultry

Eggs ($5/dozen) We are limiting eggs to 1 dozen for non-CSA members and 2 dozen for CSA members while we wait for our new flock to start laying at the end of January. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience!

Whole Chickens ($4/lb)
Whole Chickens, Cut-up ($4.25/lb)
Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast
(2 pieces per pkg, approx. 1lb, $9/lb)
Chicken Sausages Chipotle, Hot Italian or Sweet Italian Links, Bratwurst (5 links per package, $7/lb)
Chicken Thighs  (8 per pkg, approx. 2lb, $5/lb)

Chicken Drumsticks
(8 per pkg, approx. 2lb, $3/lb)
Chicken Wings (approx. 2lb per pkg, $3/lb)
Chicken Backs on Sale! (for making stock, 3 backs per pkg, $1.50/lb)
Chicken Feet on Sale! (approx. 2lb per pkg, $2/lb) great for stock, check out our recipe
Chicken Liver on Sale! ($2/lb), Heart ($2/lb), Gizzards ($2/lb)

Whole Turkeys (Frozen, 25lb+ large birds, $4/lb)
Ground Turkey
($7/lb, 1lb packages) Great for this burger recipe!
Turkey Wings on Sale! (4 wings per pkg, approx 4lb, $1.50/lb)

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Lamb will be available Spring 2021 for Easter and Passover.
Hams are available now, and may be pre-ordered for spring holidays.

29 Nov 2017

Glacier Survivors

Take a peek around our area and you may notice some evidence from our past. Ice age plants are among us and have persisted over the past 10,000 years since the last glacier left Cincinnati.  Many of these plants hit their evolutionary prime during the beginning of the Cenozoic era when mega-fauna, which includes mammoths and giant sloths, roamed freely across North America. The fruit attracted these very large animals that would then eat it whole, travel very far distances and go to the bathroom, leaving the seed to grow in a new place with a bit of natural fertilizer to help it along. However, many of the plants that relied on mega-fauna for dispersal went extinct at the end of the Ice Age.  That being said, there are a few that have persisted despite the changes in environment.  This type of plant is called an evolutionary anachronism, meaning it is out of place in its current time period. Plants like the Osage-orange tree, with its large “monkey brain” fruit found a way to survive despite the fact that there are no animals that can eat and disperse it that way it was intended. Other plants like the Honey Locust, with its large seed pods and huge thorns are remnants of a time when the tree needed to protect itself from the huge animals who brushed up against them. These trees help to remind us of our history and reinforce the fact that the only thing that is constant in our world is change.