Thanks for your interest in ordering our products! Here are some useful pieces of information regarding online ordering and the delivery options we offer.
WHAT ARE YOUR DELIVERY OPTIONS?
We offer both Twin Cities metro area home delivery and 3 convenient pickup locations. Deliveries are made weekly/bi-weekly. Enter our online store to see current available delivery dates. Delivery locations can be viewed further down the FAQs.
IS THERE A MINIMUM ORDER AMOUNT?
For metro home delivery, our minimum order is $60. For one of our pickup locations the minimum is $20.
WHERE ARE THE PICKUP LOCATIONS?
Hopkins (Hopkins Farmers Market) 16 9th Ave Hopkins, MN 55343
Linden Hills (Settergren Hardware) 2813 43rd Ave Mpls, MN 55410
Andover (Canine Crossing) 1574 154th Ave NW, Andover 55304
(See online store for current delivery dates/times)
WHAT IS THE ORDER CUT-OFF TIME?
For delivery the following weekend, orders must be placed by 11:59pm (midnight) on the THURSDAY night prior.
ARE THERE ANY COMMITMENTS?
Nope. Each order you place is a one-time deal. Order what you want, when you want it. No obligations, no commitments. This is ala carte, not a CSA.
WHY DOES THE WEBSITE SAY IT PROVIDES AN “APPROXIMATE” TOTAL?
Many of our items are sold by the pound. Because package weights vary, your exact total will likely differ (by a small amount) than what the website provides you as an estimate. Once we have packed your order, we will email you your exact total, including weights/prices for each item.
HOW DO I PAY FOR MY ORDER?
When checking out on the website, you can either select “Pay ahead via Credit card” (a contact-free payment option), or “Pay on delivery.” For “pay ahead via credit card,” we will email you an electronic payment link. For “pay on delivery” you can pay with cash order credit card in person when we deliver your product.
WHY ARE PRODUCTS OFTEN OUT OF STOCK?
We raise all of our animals outdoors on pasture. Because of this, many items are available on a seasonal basis. We do our best to have a consistent supply of as many products as we can, but please expect that many items will go in and out of stock throughout the year. Seasonality is frustrating with regards to availability, but the key to producing a ecological, humane and highly flavorful end product.