Shafer Family Farm

Shafer Family Farm

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Did somebody say.... hay?? 💕🐐

Hay delivery day!! So grateful for the delivery service and the family discount!! 🙌🏻💚🥰

Check out Shafer Family Farm for all your feed delivery needs!!

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Friday I met Shafer farms at the Stockbridge farmers market. I purchased a variety of meats. Mothers day brunch for Penny, our home grown eggs and Shafers sausage patties. I cooked them on my sear box grill. The sausage is as good as any I have enjoyed. Look forward to enjoying more of your high quality products.
Glad to have found you.
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The Open Air Market of Stockbridge begins its 11th season on Friday, May 7th, on the township square in downtown Stockbridge from 4 to 7 pm.

This week, Market items include: bedding plants, hanging baskets, herb plants, rhubarb, frozen meats, cheese, eggs, honey, chocolates, jams, maple syrup, bread, pies, baked goods, fresh dried herbs, soaps, candles, herbal sprays, art, baskets and more.

Market Music is from 5:30 to 7 pm with Larry Guenther performing this Friday.

Meet us at the Market. Remember to practice safety for everyone!

The following vendors will all be there on Opening Day to welcome you back to the Open Air Market:
Pregitzer Farm Market • Heim Gardens • Shafer Family Farm• Po • Beemers • Joey • Denise
Maryanne • Olga • Carolyn • Suzi • Betty • Kathleen

This season, we will have a full line up of Market Music. Remember to bring your own chair. NPC Kettle Corn returns next week.

For more info, call Suzi: 517-851-7437
Duck strudel with plum sauce. Amazing!!! Thank you!!!
Thank you for a wonderful dinner. Duck poutine!!!!
Tomorrow is hay day!! Yay for the goats, boo for my bank account! 🙌🏻💕🐷🐐😫
I know everyone is strapped, but we could really use a little help with our hay/straw bill this month. This is our third delivery so far this winter and I’m hoping this one will last at least 6 weeks. I’m so thankful that my brother offers this service, and for our HUGE friends and family discount on hay from Shafer Family Farm!! If you need straw, hay, or ORGANIC feed delivered to you, definitely check them out!! ❤️❤️❤️

Hay/straw donations can be sent to PayPal: [email protected]
Take a look at all the options ✈✈✈
#stockbridgemichigan #planefoodmarket
The Lakehouse Bakery Willow Creek Bees Lake Divide Farm MX6 Ranch & Honey Bee Yards Travka Herbals Shafer Family Farm Noggle Farms Pregitzer Farm Market
Our friends at Shafer Family Farm just dropped off a fresh batch of their local, pasture-raised CHICKEN 🐓 so delicious!

Also, 25% OFF MILK today 🥛👍

Open until 4 ✔️

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#local #farmersmarket
📣Today Friday, Aug 21st from 4-7pm at the Open Air Market of Stockbridge farmers market! 🎉
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Shafer Family Farm, Olga Kaminsky, Suzi Greenway, First robotics team Stockbridge, Lake Divide Farm, Samuel's Soaps & Candles, Cousins Arrows #StockbridgeStrongSupportLocal

Sweet corn, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, squash, cabbage and so much more. Frozen meat, cheese, honey, jams, maple syrup, bread, pies, baked goods plus soaps, candles, and herbal sprays, Lemonade, etc.
Peaches and watermelon sales at Betty's booth.


Greg Adsit plays 5:30 to 7 pm. Bring you own chair.

Kona Ice will be here and ALL proceeds go to the Fire Victims, SAESA sponsored.

Sandra Silfven former food critic from the Detroit for over 20 years pronounced Pregitzer's Corn "Oh my. That corn was wonderful. Small, tender kernels. Best we have had this summer.” Come get you some!!!

Check out the online auction fundraiser for OUR Market and the other 5 Healthy Towns Markets too.
Beemer Honey Basket in the auction.
https://www.32auctions.com/organizations/65819/auctions/82184?t=all

#8930 Breadzilla booth
#8967 Betty's new set up
#8968 Suzi's market bounty
Just grilled up some of the pork chops we got at one of the open air markets, such a great cut of meat!! Even our pickiest eater asked for more! Didn’t even end up needing the A1. Keep up the awesome work!
Beautiful bread made in part with your einkorn flour!! Thank you!! I will be back for more 😁
I wanted to let you know that our girls just love your chicken feed. They go nuts every time I come in to fill up their feed containers. Thank you for selling great quality chick feed.

Shafer Family Farm is a local, quality farm specializing in pasture raised, organically fed meat. We are small business to the core, valuing our customers to produce a reasonably priced, high quality, humanely raised product.

Operating as usual

01/04/2022

Free Delivery Service!
We are expanding our delivery zone for Local, Organic Animal Grains for your farm. Check out our website today, and see if we would be a good fit for delivering grain to your animals.

Delivering to Lansing, Howell, Brighton, Fenton, Chelsea, Durand and all surrounding areas.

Free Delivery. Local Grains. Organic.

We beat or match any organic prices from TSC, Farm and Home, Rural King and other local stores and mills.

Contact us today for weekly delivery service.

See products and pricing at our website: https://www.shaferfamilyfarms.com/organic-grains

Free Delivery Service!
We are expanding our delivery zone for Local, Organic Animal Grains for your farm. Check out our website today, and see if we would be a good fit for delivering grain to your animals.

Delivering to Lansing, Howell, Brighton, Fenton, Chelsea, Durand and all surrounding areas.

Free Delivery. Local Grains. Organic.

We beat or match any organic prices from TSC, Farm and Home, Rural King and other local stores and mills.

Contact us today for weekly delivery service.

See products and pricing at our website: https://www.shaferfamilyfarms.com/organic-grains

01/01/2022

2021 was a great year.

-We raised 55 pigs
-185 meat chickens
-45 ducks
-Had 8 baby goats born
-We bought a new stock trailer
-Drove 52,000 miles
-Used 3,250 gallons of gas
-Increased our feed delivery by 85%
-Partnered with MarketWagon , a new online selling platform.
- Got 2 new puppies

But, 2021 didn’t come without its challenges.

- We lost nearly our entire garden due to an August flood.
- Our first dog, French Fry, died after 15 years.
- Mosquitoes ravished our property due to rain, standing water and the heat.
- lack of early season chicken pre-orders stunted the amount of chickens we decided to raise.
- Gas prices, butcher costs , material costs, sky-rocketed for a loss in profits.
- sales at farmers markets were down 40%

We believe we made some good and important decisions for moving forward in 2022. Some of our strategies will be changing. What we raise will be different. Where we spend our time will different.

We always want to be open minded to change on the farm. Using wisdom, and following Gods guidance.

We are very excited for the new year, and the changes we are implementing.

We thank you all for following our journey, supporting us, and being our friends!

2021 was a great year.

-We raised 55 pigs
-185 meat chickens
-45 ducks
-Had 8 baby goats born
-We bought a new stock trailer
-Drove 52,000 miles
-Used 3,250 gallons of gas
-Increased our feed delivery by 85%
-Partnered with MarketWagon , a new online selling platform.
- Got 2 new puppies

But, 2021 didn’t come without its challenges.

- We lost nearly our entire garden due to an August flood.
- Our first dog, French Fry, died after 15 years.
- Mosquitoes ravished our property due to rain, standing water and the heat.
- lack of early season chicken pre-orders stunted the amount of chickens we decided to raise.
- Gas prices, butcher costs , material costs, sky-rocketed for a loss in profits.
- sales at farmers markets were down 40%

We believe we made some good and important decisions for moving forward in 2022. Some of our strategies will be changing. What we raise will be different. Where we spend our time will different.

We always want to be open minded to change on the farm. Using wisdom, and following Gods guidance.

We are very excited for the new year, and the changes we are implementing.

We thank you all for following our journey, supporting us, and being our friends!

12/31/2021

Received our first seed order for garden 2022!
So excited for Spring! Putting in much more variety this year, and planning on spending much more time and giving more attention to the garden details this year.

Can’t wait!

Received our first seed order for garden 2022!
So excited for Spring! Putting in much more variety this year, and planning on spending much more time and giving more attention to the garden details this year.

Can’t wait!

12/29/2021

Our little peanut doesn’t make the page too often. Of all our dogs, he’s the best “guard dog” we have. He is the alpha dog, he gives alerts about everything and he will bite unwelcome guests…. Although to him, everyone is unwelcome. 🤔

So, I guess he’s more of a jerk than a guard dog, but we really love peanut. He really loved Christmas. We think he thought it was all for him. 🙄🤣

Our little peanut doesn’t make the page too often. Of all our dogs, he’s the best “guard dog” we have. He is the alpha dog, he gives alerts about everything and he will bite unwelcome guests…. Although to him, everyone is unwelcome. 🤔

So, I guess he’s more of a jerk than a guard dog, but we really love peanut. He really loved Christmas. We think he thought it was all for him. 🙄🤣

12/25/2021

Merry Christmas from all of us at Shafer Family Farm.

Merry Christmas from all of us at Shafer Family Farm.

12/22/2021

Sugar is keeping an eye on the ducks. We’ve been training her to help get chickens back into their run. She’s very gentle with them and makes it a quick job. She seems to always have an eye on everything that’s going on.

Sugar is keeping an eye on the ducks. We’ve been training her to help get chickens back into their run. She’s very gentle with them and makes it a quick job. She seems to always have an eye on everything that’s going on.

12/21/2021

Snow and ice is better than the rain and mud, but the ducks never mind any of the weather they get.

Ducks are some of the happiest animals, and most hardy on the farm. We have some ducks for meat, and some for eggs. Right now, all of our ducks are supposed to be for eggs, although we haven’t seen any duck eggs in a while. Still s trying to figure that out! 🤔

I enjoyed sitting with the ducks for a while while the sun was out. They are a very enjoyable animal to watch.

Snow and ice is better than the rain and mud, but the ducks never mind any of the weather they get.

Ducks are some of the happiest animals, and most hardy on the farm. We have some ducks for meat, and some for eggs. Right now, all of our ducks are supposed to be for eggs, although we haven’t seen any duck eggs in a while. Still s trying to figure that out! 🤔

I enjoyed sitting with the ducks for a while while the sun was out. They are a very enjoyable animal to watch.

12/20/2021

We came home from church yesterday to find our newest farm baby, Noel!

We just missed the birth, but mama was busy cleaning her up and getting her dry.

It’s amazing to watch the mother’s maternal instincts. Watching her clean the baby, protect it, and provide for it. M

Noel should be the last baby born on the farm until spring ( well, hopefully we will have some bunnies )

We came home from church yesterday to find our newest farm baby, Noel!

We just missed the birth, but mama was busy cleaning her up and getting her dry.

It’s amazing to watch the mother’s maternal instincts. Watching her clean the baby, protect it, and provide for it. M

Noel should be the last baby born on the farm until spring ( well, hopefully we will have some bunnies )

12/18/2021

I love that the chickens are able to have a tree to roost and take cover in. We just recently made the run to go around the tree. It’s a nice shade for the summer sun, cover from aerial predators and a fun place to roost. The fallen needles also allow for a lot of bugs and microorganisms to grow.

If you are looking for the chickens, check under the tree!

I love that the chickens are able to have a tree to roost and take cover in. We just recently made the run to go around the tree. It’s a nice shade for the summer sun, cover from aerial predators and a fun place to roost. The fallen needles also allow for a lot of bugs and microorganisms to grow.

If you are looking for the chickens, check under the tree!

12/16/2021

Sugar is a dog to fall in love with! She follows us around the farm, always curious as to what you are doing. She loves to snuggle, and always makes sure I know when the chickens are out!
Besides chewing shoes, her favorite thing is to play with the cats. ( and the cats love to play with her too!) one thing that is different than other dogs I’ve had, she loves to climb. She sleeps on top of the dog crate, climbs rocks and dirt piles and will get on top of the stacks of hay.

Sugar is a dog to fall in love with! She follows us around the farm, always curious as to what you are doing. She loves to snuggle, and always makes sure I know when the chickens are out!
Besides chewing shoes, her favorite thing is to play with the cats. ( and the cats love to play with her too!) one thing that is different than other dogs I’ve had, she loves to climb. She sleeps on top of the dog crate, climbs rocks and dirt piles and will get on top of the stacks of hay.

12/15/2021

It is exciting to think that in just a few months we will be starting our first seeds in the garden.
Today we are placing our first seed order.

What are some suggestions for us to add in our homestead garden for 2022? Drop some suggestions in the comments below 👇🏻

We primarily use MIgardener for our seed purchases. It’s a great, local to Michigan, family run business that has a quality product at a low price.

They also have hundreds of educational gardening videos on YouTube https://youtube.com/c/MIgardener

Order seeds today: https://migardener.com/

It is exciting to think that in just a few months we will be starting our first seeds in the garden.
Today we are placing our first seed order.

What are some suggestions for us to add in our homestead garden for 2022? Drop some suggestions in the comments below 👇🏻

We primarily use MIgardener for our seed purchases. It’s a great, local to Michigan, family run business that has a quality product at a low price.

They also have hundreds of educational gardening videos on YouTube https://youtube.com/c/MIgardener

Order seeds today: https://migardener.com/

12/14/2021

Added a couple new rabbits to the farm this week. We raised rabbits a few years ago. Thought now would be a good time to add them back in.

These are beautiful American Chinchilla Rabbits.

We are hoping to raise them for meat, and I’ll also be tanning hides.

Hoping in 21 days we will have some baby bunnies!

Added a couple new rabbits to the farm this week. We raised rabbits a few years ago. Thought now would be a good time to add them back in.

These are beautiful American Chinchilla Rabbits.

We are hoping to raise them for meat, and I’ll also be tanning hides.

Hoping in 21 days we will have some baby bunnies!

12/13/2021

We’ve added something new to the farm!

We’ve added something new to the farm!

12/08/2021

Although the pigs have a dry shelter, out of the wind, with fresh, deep, dry , straw, the pigs decide to lay out in the elements digging a little hole to snuggle up in.

When the pigs get up, they are warm to the touch, even when the temps are in the single digits.

Although the pigs have a dry shelter, out of the wind, with fresh, deep, dry , straw, the pigs decide to lay out in the elements digging a little hole to snuggle up in.

When the pigs get up, they are warm to the touch, even when the temps are in the single digits.

12/07/2021

The chickens are appreciating the deep bedding we put down in their coop during the winter. The wood shavings are about a foot deep and it doesn’t freeze over winter. They are able to scratch and even dust bathe within the coop.
The shavings keep things clean during the wet, muddy thaws too.

The chickens are appreciating the deep bedding we put down in their coop during the winter. The wood shavings are about a foot deep and it doesn’t freeze over winter. They are able to scratch and even dust bathe within the coop.
The shavings keep things clean during the wet, muddy thaws too.

12/06/2021

Snuggling up in a little nest of hay.

Snuggling up in a little nest of hay.

Shafer Family Farm updated their business hours. 12/02/2021

Shafer Family Farm updated their business hours.

Shafer Family Farm updated their business hours.

Check out our new partner! 12/02/2021

Check out our new partner!

Market Wagon

We have partnered with a great company called Market Wagon to sell our products. Think of it as a farmers market, online! Market Wagon works with many local farms and businesses, to provide to you, a great, local product.

You can order online ( Will share some steps below ) and once your order is placed Market Wagon will delivery to your home!

We would love for you to check out Market Wagon, to not only shop our products, but to shop other local producers.

If you plan on trying out Market Wagon, we would love for you to sign up through this affiliate link. It would help us out in a big way. (https://marketwagon.com/vendors?id=6823&trk=bv47772h&wagonId=131)

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach out to us and we will try to help the best we can.

Check out our new partner! Click here for an update from Shafer Family Farm!

11/30/2021
11/23/2021

A great photo submission from a happy dog. Driggs is enjoying his Dehydrated Turkey Foot for Thanksgiving week!

We have lots of treats ready to ship to your dogs today!

Order now on our website. Free shipping on 2+ packages

https://www.shaferfamilyfarms.com/dog-treats

A great photo submission from a happy dog. Driggs is enjoying his Dehydrated Turkey Foot for Thanksgiving week!

We have lots of treats ready to ship to your dogs today!

Order now on our website. Free shipping on 2+ packages

https://www.shaferfamilyfarms.com/dog-treats

11/22/2021

Some people say Cornish Cross do not free range, and will not survive long, healthy lives. We’ve proven that wrong over and over. This large Cornish Cross is about 24 weeks old and weighs about 15lbs. His legs are strong, he moves just about as fast as our hens. When we butcher him, his meat will be tender and juicy.

We will be taking 5, large meat chickens into butcher on December 14th and will have a couple available for sale. These chickens will be great for a Christmas dinner or family gathering.

Some people say Cornish Cross do not free range, and will not survive long, healthy lives. We’ve proven that wrong over and over. This large Cornish Cross is about 24 weeks old and weighs about 15lbs. His legs are strong, he moves just about as fast as our hens. When we butcher him, his meat will be tender and juicy.

We will be taking 5, large meat chickens into butcher on December 14th and will have a couple available for sale. These chickens will be great for a Christmas dinner or family gathering.

11/20/2021

Harvested some mint to hang in the coop to freshen things up as well as create a positive environment for the chickens.

Harvested some mint to hang in the coop to freshen things up as well as create a positive environment for the chickens.

11/18/2021

Dehydrated Turkey Feet!
Don’t forget snacks for your dogs this Thanksgiving! We are packing and shipping Dehydrated Dog Treats this week!

All Natural, One Ingredient, Healthy snack for your dogs!

https://checkout.square.site/buy/E27EU36HDCNF6FB4F3QUFYZA

Free shipping on 2 or more dog treats!

Dehydrated Turkey Feet!
Don’t forget snacks for your dogs this Thanksgiving! We are packing and shipping Dehydrated Dog Treats this week!

All Natural, One Ingredient, Healthy snack for your dogs!

https://checkout.square.site/buy/E27EU36HDCNF6FB4F3QUFYZA

Free shipping on 2 or more dog treats!

11/18/2021

Babies are staying nice and warm snuggling up with each other, and with mamma. We are expecting one more pregnancy, at least, in the next 15-30 days. After that, we will expect 3 births in the spring.

Our Buck Squeak is producing nice, pure white kids.

Babies are staying nice and warm snuggling up with each other, and with mamma. We are expecting one more pregnancy, at least, in the next 15-30 days. After that, we will expect 3 births in the spring.

Our Buck Squeak is producing nice, pure white kids.

The Cold Is Coming! 11/18/2021

The Cold Is Coming!

Winterizing Your Chickens

During the winter months, there are many factors that will lead to your chickens laying less eggs than the warmer seasons.

There are many different thoughts on what is necessary for winterizing your chickens. We have been raising chickens, over-winter for 6 years now.
We wanted to share some of the methods that we choose to do during the cold winter months.

1. Deep Bedding
We use McCrumb Pine Shavings (https://www.shaferfamilyfarms.com/product/pine-shavings-delivered/97?cs=true&cst=custom) to create a deep bedding for our chickens inside the coop. This allows for the chickens to be able to scratch, roll, and stay warm inside their coop. By putting the shavings down thick, it keeps the floor from freezing and allows the chickens to stay warm and clean during the winter. How deep? We try to keep about 1 foot deep with shavings throughout the winter. We add some throughout the months as we track the shavings outside.

2. Higher Protein Feeds
As the chickens eat less bugs, they consume less protein and fats. We increase the amount of protein the chickens eat by switching to the 20% Hen Feed. (https://www.shaferfamilyfarms.com/product/organic-20-layer-calcium-delivered/69?cs=true&cst=custom) and supplement them with good snacks like Sunflower Seeds (https://www.shaferfamilyfarms.com/product/organic-black-oil-sunflower-seeds-50-/154?cs=true&cst=custom) .
These feeds will help keep some weight on the chickens which will keep them warm throughout the winter.

3. Water
Water during the winter is just as important as the summer months. We give them access to water throughout the winter. We use a heated base (https://www.amazon.com/Farm-Innovators-HP-125-Poultry-125-Watt/dp/B000HHQDPM/ref=sr_1_2?gclid=CjwKCAiA7dKMBhBCEiwAO_crFI8pvi_jjV1y7M1qwnyAPvrEXtyeyeyJRLrGb4YUE5RuS6-2JavcYxoCPzYQAvD_BwE&hvadid=174215161392&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9017241&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=14628256570141453328&hvtargid=kwd-65130753699&hydadcr=24658_9648989&keywords=heated+water+base&qid=1637196946&sr=8-2) with a metal waterer on top. This keeps the water thawed throughout the cold, winter months.

4. Light
During the winter months, the chickens receive less sunlight than during the summer months. We supplement them with a light ( Daylight Bulb ) on a timer to generate some natural light for the chickens. The timer turns on the light at 7AM and will turn off at 9PM. This helps encourage egg production.

5. Heat Lamps-Coop Ventilation
This is the number one discussion we hear during the winter for your chickens. We typically DO NOT use heat lamps during the winter. If your coop is free from drafts, we do not believe that a heat lamp is necessary. Occasionally, if the temperatures are below 0 degrees, we will consider putting a heat lamp above their roost. We recommend using the Prima Heat Lamp (https://www.premier1supplies.com/p/prima-heat-lamp?criteria=heated+base) from Premier1supplies.com
This is a safe option for heat lamps.

We believe that each of these steps will help ensure that your family will keep getting eggs all winter long!

As always, we love to answer any questions that we are able to. Always feel free to reach out.

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The Cold Is Coming! Click here for an update from Shafer Family Farm!

The Path To Our Farm

In 2010 our family made the decision to begin eating better. We wanted more nutrient dense food, sourced locally. We started shopping locally at co-ops, local heath stores and visiting farmers markets. We noticed such a difference in quality of food, our health and the way we felt after meals. We stopped eating out as frequent and ate fresh!

In 2014 we decided that we were capable of raising meat and veggies for our own family. The only problem was, we were renting, and didn’t have the ability to raise and grow where we were. So, the hunt was on to buy our own farm! This was an adventure of its own and the process was long and hard. Finally, in 2016 we purchased our own farm on 3.5 acres. We began with goats for milk, and a small veggie garden. The Spring of 2017 we purchased our first laying hens. I was supposed to only get 8, but 16 came home with us. We increased our garden space significantly. The Spring of 2018 we added pigs and meat chickens.

By this time, our farm was really growing. We had always had Goat Herd Shares for people to get milk. This helped pay for the feed, and some of the farm expenses for the first few years. But once we started getting into the pigs and meat chickens, our farm expenses started to rack up. We decided we needed to start making some income on the farm. We sold pigs for meat, and partnered with another family to raise chickens for them which paid for ours. But the farm vision was just beginning.

The Winter of 2018 God put it on our hearts to use the farm as a ministry. We valued so much from learning, raising and eating our own locally sourced, nutrient dense food that we wanted to share it with those in need. While serving at local food pantries, we noticed the need for fresh, nutrient dense food. We decided that God had gifted us with the passion and abilities to help our community in this area.

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3682 Bradley Rd
Webberville, MI
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