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Lewis Waite Order Deadline for 6/4 pickup

Order raw milk cheese by tonight and everything else by Monday 6/1. You’ll find everything you need on the Lewis Waite website.

What does Lewis Waite Farm CSA Extras do?

Lewis Waite Farm CSA Extras program strives to connect small farms and consumers within our region. We offer a single platform for you to gain access to a wide variety of farm fresh, all natural, artisan, and organic products. Between our Extras service and your CSA share, you can eliminate (at least greatly reduce!) your trips to the grocery store.

We partner with small, family run operations. We believe in getting as close to the source as we can, so we know what we, and therefore you, are getting. If you have questions, we can ask the person who grew or made your food. You can read from the full list of farms and producers about their farms or operations on our website, or simply email or call us and we will find the answer for you. Our producers take great pride in their products, and we take pride in offering them to you.

We can offer you pasture raised meat and poultry (10 kinds of meat), fresh eggs and bread, grass fed butter, yogurt and ice cream, artisan cheese from sheep, goat or cows’ milk, including aged raw milk cheeses. We offer many pantry staples, too, all local and naturally made. Granola, fresh ground organic flour, dried organic beans and grains, natural jams and chutneys, natural sweeteners, lacto fermented foods, apple cider vinegar, and more. You can see a complete list on our website.

You pay as you go, and order only what you want. You will need to create a personal profile for our website, before you can order, to tag you as a member of an approved group. Just go to our site and request a link for your CSA, or see our latest newsletter. If you can’t make up your mind from our extensive offerings, we offer sampler “Share” packages that blend many of these products.

Product Updates:

3 Corner Field Farm: Karen has had time to make and age some Shushan Snow mini-wheels, after pausing for lambing season. Shushan Snow is her semi-soft mold ripened cheese, like Brie, made exclusively with her grassfed sheep’s milk, and is an office favorite.

Beth’s Farm Kitchen: Just in time for cookout season, we’re getting in Beth’s Barbeque Sauce! We also have the mustards, made with Cayuga Pure Organics mustard seeds, on special this month. Hudson Valley Ketchup completes your sauce needs for a great cookout.

Fior D’Italia: The raviolis, pastas and sauces have been a big hit! Vic is so pleased with the good reception, and says thanks! We’ll be getting in more frozen entrees next week, for those nights you just don’t want to cook.

Harry’s Honey House:* Derek is out of the 2 lb jars of Raw Honey – what we have now is it until fall, but we should have plenty of 1 lb jars to last until the harvest. Raw honey is very lightly filtered, just enough to remove big chunks. It contains bits of pollen and propolis, and is a natural source of minerals such as calcium, iron and potassium as well as vitamin B complex. *not available to Stoneledge CSAs – please source your honey, syrup, and coffee through their Marketplace.

Kriemhild Dairy: Bruce just dropped us of another load of Meadow Butter – the 1 lb rolls now come in salted or unsalted, no plastic tub to recycle.

Stonewood Farm: Peter let us know that he is out of dark ground turkey until after Thanksgiving – sorry folks! We should have plenty of half light, half dark meat, and all white breast meat. We’re also getting in more lean turkey breast cutlets, great for a quick dinner.

West River Creamery: Jane let us know that she is out of Cambridge (her Cheddar style) until her latest batch is ready. The Londonderry is a nice slicing cheese, or there is Sugarloaf Farm Cheddar to meet your Cheddar cravings.

Yoder Farm: Ryan is out of all beans except for Black Beans until the fall – grab your heritage beans while they last, we are really running low.

Lewis Waite Only Delivery–May 12

The winter veggie shares may be finished but Lewis Waite carries on! Order raw milk cheese by Tuesday May 5 and everything else by Thursday May 7th for delivery at Sunnyside Community Services from 5pm-8pm on Thursday, May 12th.

They’d also love for your to fill out the short survey here.

Product Updates:

3 Corner Field Farm: Sheep milk products are back in production. Paul told us all the lambs seemed to come at once, keeping Karen hopping from ewe to ewe. Overall it was a great lambing season, and she is happy to be back in the cheese room making sheep milk yogurt, fresh cheeses, and of course, new batches of her hard cheeses to start aging.

Beth’s Farm Kitchen: Your favorite jam makers have been featured on the Food Networks’s Farmhouse Kitchen show. Now everyone knows how delicious and versatile quality jams, jellies and chutneys can be. Check out their recipe for Sage-Rubbed Chicken with Spicy Peach Glaze using Beth’s Farm Kitchen’s own peach jam and red pepper jelly. Try your own with a pastured raised Mack Brin whole chicken, which happen to be on sale this month!

Duck Eggs: we now have an additional farm offering fresh duck eggs. Laughing Stock farm in located in Cambridge NY. Lincoln Bridge and Helen McIntosh put enormous amounts of love and care in the poultry farm, where their chickens, ducks, turkeys, and geese pasture together in open fields and roost in re-purposed campers and school bus. The ducks eat a nature foraged diet that is supplemented seasonally with locally grown GMO-free grain.

Battenkill Brittle: With warm weather comes fun outdoor activities that keep us moving all day long. Battenkill Brittle is loaded with energy that lasts. Developed by avid cyclist Leslie Kielson, she was looking for an energy food that wasn’t loaded with chemicals and satisfied her hunger without weighing her down, so she and her partner developed Battenkill Brittle.

Lewis Waite Farm: We are running low on our regular ground beef. It might be time for you to give the Bull meat a try! It’s lean, full of flavor, and tastes great. Our office staff agrees that it is not gamey at all, great in dishes or as burgers.

Sugar Mill Farm: Sugaring season is wrapping up around here and Sugar Mill Farm is fully stocked with Maple Syrup. When placing your order keep in mind that there are new grading and labeling guidelines. All this means is, same great syrup with a new name. Dark Amber is now called “Dark Robust Taste”. Grade – A medium which is also available is now called “Amber Rich Taste”. You can read the product descriptions for the ‘formerly known as’ old terminology. If you want former Grade B or cooking syrup, simply request Very Strong Taste!

Mack Brin Farms: We are having a sale on Mack Brin whole chickens and liver to make room for new inventory. There is nothing like a roasted pastured chicken. You can make 3 meals from one roast chicken, with a little creativity. Leftovers from the first meal make chicken salad, chicken tacos or chicken sandwich, and the bones will make you a healthy, nutritious soup or stock. Nothing goes to waste with a whole bird.

Nettle Meadow: Kunik, a soft semi-aged cheese is on sale as it reaches its “ripening” date. This light creamy cheese tastes stronger and more dynamic as it ages. For people who like “stinky” cheese, this Kunik is in its prime! Get it while it lasts, as the sale only lasts until we restock.

Be sure to check out our Specials in Shop by Product for deals on great local food – take a chance and try something new!

Lewis Waite Order Deadline–April

Did you know Lewis Waite offers coffee, tee, and spices in addition to eggs, dairy, and meat? Last month I tried the Fire Cider and I swear it kept that tickle in my nose from turning into a full blown cold.

Order deadlines for delivery on April 14th:
Raw milk cheese by Tuesday April 7th
Everything else by Thursday, April 9th

Order here

Product Updates

New vendors Gardenworks, Fior D’Italia, Sugarloaf, and Taking Root Teas and Apothecary were a huge hit last month – thanks for giving them a try! Feedback is always welcome – it’s how we improve! They have all expressed their gratitude for your support and interest in their ventures. It’s a great community to be a part of.

This month we will have some goat milk Parmesan from the Homestead Artisans at Longview Farm! We hope more goat dairy products will become available as the spring creeps in.

3 Corner Field Farm: is breaking from producing fresh products during lambing season. Karen often spends the whole night in a lawn chair in the lambing barn, just to be on hand if there is a problem with her girls. There will be no Sheep Milk Yogurt, Brebis Blanche, or Brebis buttons for this delivery. Aged cheeses and lamb are still available.

Argyllshire Farm: Barbara is running a special on lamb breast. These are on the bone, kind of like a cross between a brisket and a sparerib. Great for stews, just remove the bone when the meat falls off, or try a low and slow cook like spareribs or beef back ribs.

Berle Farm: is back! Beatrice is making yogurt again, a sure sign of spring! These quarts of cow milk yogurt are certified organic, thick and creamy, with a layer of cream on top. MMM MMM Good! It’s an office favorite, and we can’t wait to run down and pick a few cases. We’ll share, don’t worry…but order soon!

Beth’s Farm Kitchen: We’re making the trip down to GEM Farms for buffalo, which means a stop along the highway to our meet up spot with Beth’s team. It’s so sweet that they go out of their way to keep our costs low by saving us on shipping. Logistically complicated, but worth it to save you the extra costs. We’ll have Strawberry Jam, Black Raspberry, and of course, Hudson Valley Ketchup.

Cascun Farm: will restock us with half-chickens! We’ll also get in more Free Bird Chicken breast and thighs.

Hawthorne Valley Farm: we restocked on our last trip down to NYC, where we met them at the
Inwood Market. We have plenty of Plain Sauerkraut, as well as the flavors. No curry for the moment.

Farmer Ground Flour: Greg will be grinding up a fresh batch of flour for us – we’ll have tasty Polenta, fresh stone ground All Purpose flour, and Half White/European brown flour.

Fior D’Italia: will be bringing more Wild Mushroom Lasagna, Tomato Basil sauce, and raviolis. Vic says his Eggplant Parmesan shouldn’t be missed, and we’ll have that available for ordering this month as well.

Gardenworks: More organically managed frozen blueberries and raspberries on the way. A perfect addition to your morning yogurt, pancakes, or smoothie!

Lewis Waite Farm: has new pork! It was a long wait, and we thank you for your patience! Chops, roasts, bacon – all already flying out the door. Log on early to get yours! We did raise our pork prices, as over winter feeding of the expensive non-GMO feed has caught up to us, and kelp and processing prices are also on the rise.

Lucy Jo’s Coffee Roastery: is working on some new flavors, and we’ll get those listings completed as we get the information. The new industrial grinder makes grinding the beans a breeze, they report. Thanks for your support!

Washington County Farm: We’re having a blowout sausage sale! Perfect for the last chili of the season, or the first grilling (if it ever warms up!!). The breakfast sausage isn’t just for breakfast – Nancy’s sister Judy loves it in Lasagna or red sauce, as its peppery bite adds something special and little different than the Italian sausages. Try mixing the Sweet Italian sausage with ground beef for great burgers or meatloaf.

West River Creamery: Jane is raising her prices for the first time in years. With all the added costs that seem to pile up with a little extra here and there, this price increase seems overdue. She also has her Equinox cheese back in stock, and we got some pork, garlic, and parmesan sausages in.

Yoder Farm: Ryan has let us know he’s out of all beans except the black turtle! What we have now is all we will have until fall harvest. We are talking to Cayuga Pure Organics, and expect to get a delivery of their beans and grains (yes, they are fully recovered from the fire) to last us through the summer. Ryan also has a new Saratoga apple sauce made from spi-gold apples, which he feels is the best sauce yet.

Lewis Waite Order Deadline

Order raw milk cheese by Tuesday 1/27 and everything else by Thursday 1/29 for delivery on Tuesday 2/3. Everything you need to order can be found here.

Farm Network Updates:

3 Corner Field Farm: Karen is offering a rare special for February and March on her aged sheep milk cheese including Frere Fumant (smoked cheese), Battenkill Brebis, and Brebis Bleu! If you have not tried these gourmet cheeses yet, do your mouth a favor and take advantage of the sale on these award winning cheeses!
Here’s Karen Weinberg on developing her cheese business and farm:

Argyllshire Lamb: Barbara brought over some more lamb stew kabobs to keep us warm on these cold winter nights. She’s also still running a special on 100% grass fed lamb Loin Chops.

Berle Farm: Beatrice has dried off her cows, so no more yogurt for a few months. Sad sigh. We can still get the thick Sheep Milk Yogurt from 3 Corner Field Farm, but no cow yogurt until Beatrice’s ladies start calving in the spring. We hope to have it in March, but our deliveries are early in the month, so we are not making promises.

Cascun/FreeBird: Sorry we ran low on chicken last month, but we’ll have plenty in for the February delivery.

Cowbella Dairy: Hooray! Dave and Shannon are sending some butter our way, from their Jersey herd. We will pick up some more Kefir, as well, and, to help us sell it and you save more, we’ll be offering a set of 6 in mixed flavors for a reduced rate. We’ll take requests as to included flavors as our inventory allows.

Grazin’ Acres Farm: just restocked their freezers with their Heritage breed, pasture raised pork. Order earlier to get tenderloin or to try the Canadian bacon. Belly bacon, shoulder bacon and jowl bacon also available.

Kriemhild Dairy: New item! Unsalted Meadow Butter rolls in a 1 pound size. Wrapped in paper, no plastic tubs. We also restocked on the 8 oz size tubs as Bruce passed by Albany this weekend.

Lewis Waite Farm: We’ll have just a little pork in this month. Please see the note from the farm for more information.

Oliver’s Organic Eggs: Oliver can only meet us once before the delivery week in the winter, usually the Monday of delivery week – if you missed out on organic eggs in January, get your orders in early for February. Once we sell out, that’s all she wrote, folks. We can get more local, non-organic eggs from neighboring farms, but not many around us sell certified organic eggs.

Stonewood Farm: Stonewood Farm has raised their prices slightly, and we have had to follow suit. The good news is that the dark ground turkey is back in stock! Annnnnd…We are having a sale on whole turkeys. Be sure to check our our Specials section this month, we have quite a few products on sale.

Washington County Farm: We are having a sale on sausage! Sweet and Hot Italian, and Eagle Bridge’s delicious breakfast sausage recipe (that’s the same seasoning as Lewis Waite and Grazin’ Acres). It’s not just for breakfast, so try this peppery flavor in your red sauces, egg dishes, and with a pile of greens, too! Makes a great lasagna, according to Nancy’s sister Judy.

West River Creamery: Cambridge with Chipotle back in stock! Also, we’ve made the move to only offering the 1/2 pound pieces, since they are more frequently sold than the 1 pound pieces. Please order multiple ½ pound pieces for your full pound. If you wanted a 1 lb piece, order early, write us a note, and we might be able to accommodate.
We are also getting in more of Jane’s wonderful (Iceberg Farm) lamb sausage with red wine, rosemary, and feta, along with her pork, garlic, and parmesan. There has been a price increase on these, so we will make them available as soon as that is all settled.

Yoder Farm: is starting to run low on some supplies of heirloom beans. Order early or they may be all gone! We did get in more of Ryan’s apple sauces and live cider vinegar before the last delivery.

Lewis Waite Deadline for 1/6 delivery

For delivery on Tuesday, January 6th, order raw milk cheese by 12/30 and everything else by Thursday 1/1.

Product Updates:

Argyllshire Lamb – never tried lamb before or grass-fed lamb? Take advantage of this special on lamb loin chops. These rich flavored grass-fed loin chops will melt in your mouth.

Hawthorne Valley Farm – try some of their lacto-fermented products. Currently on special are curry and ruby sauerkraut or try their hot pepper sauce to add a kick to your meals.

Mack Brin Farm – raises chickens on pasture without antibiotics, hormones or GMOs. Try their whole chickens or stock making parts. Also available is chicken liver on special this month. Try making some pate.

Strafford Organic Creamery – offers us 9 flavors of their certified organic ice creams. This is a good time of year to try it; since melting is less of a concern than in July.

Vermont Maple Granola – brought us some more of their maple sweetened granolas. Now available in 7 different flavors; be sure to try them all.

Yoder Farm – if you have been missing dried beans, they are back. We have a variety of heirloom beans now available from Yoder Farm. Ryan has also restocked us with their wonderful apple products – apple sauces specific to local orchards, vinegar and slow cooked, dark apple butter.

Lewis Waite Order Deadline for 12/9 Delivery

Raw Milk Cheeses must be ordered by Tuesday 12/2
Everything else by Thursday 12/4

Order here.

Lewis Waite Farm is happy to provide you with some great food related gift ideas this Holiday season.

We are offering Gift Packs of Teeny Tiny Spice Co of VT’s delicious and unique spice blends. These are available in several themes of flavors: Indian, Grilling, Mexican, and Spice Lands. The individual tins also make excellent gifts, but you’ll have to wrap those yourself!

Gift Certificates to Lewis Waite Farm CSA Extras – a great gift for your CSA buddies. If you consider this for someone outside the CSA network, we can also ship UPS (under LWF Farmer Network).

Don’t forget New Year’s Eve! Putney Mountain Winery’s Apple Bubbly makes an excellent nonalcoholic toasting beverage for the ringing in of the New Year. Preservative and additive free, it tastes like liquid apple with pleasant bubbly-ness.

We are offering the Cheese Plate again, for your Holiday celebrations. It’s a mix of 5-6 kinds of cheeses from all the farms we partner with. (under LWF Farmer Network)

Product Updates:

Argyllshire Farm: Barbara will be bringing us some more 100% grass fed lamb in time for the delivery. Consider a rack or leg of lamb for your Holiday meals! Lamb meatballs are also a great hors d’oeuvre, and there are many meals other than the Holidays before we return to the city.

Cascun Farm: will be bringing us more of their own Pasture Raised parted chicken – half chickens will return! They will also prepare FreeBird Chicken all natural parts and whole birds.

Cowbella Dairy: Still no butter for us, but we have lots of Kefir on hand. We’re having a special on it for the month of December. This drinkable yogurt has no thickeners added.
Lewis Waite Farm: We are low on pork again – what a run on bacon! Please check the Washington County Hoosick listing for Non-GMO, humanely raised, all natural pork. These are raised outside with a large yard, by a farm in Hoosick, NY (just a few miles away from Lewis Waite).

Yoder Farm: Ryan is offering you a chance to get his heirloom beans! Grown on organically managed Yoder farm, we have all kinds of new beans. Marfax, Kebarika, Hutterite and more. We’re not sure how long they’ll be in stock, so order soon if you wanted to try any!

Thanksgiving with the CSA

This week is key for getting your Thanksgiving needs met through the CSA.

Order Milk Not Jails by tomorrow (11/10) for delivery on November 20th. Find all the info you need here.

Lewis Waite turkey orders must be placed by this Friday (11/14), and some of the varieties have already sold out. You have until Monday 11/17 to figure out what else you may need to complete your feast, with delivery on Thursday, 11/20. Everything you need to know is here.

We’re also selling tickets to win a Lewis Waite turkey, so bring money to this Thursday’s pickup. The winner will be announced before the deadline to order.

If you’re looking for a turkey recipe, I’ve made this the past few years and it’s pretty foolproof. Plus, no advance prep like brining, which I always find challenging in my 3/4 size apartment refrigerator. Instead of canola oil I will use rendered leaf lard from pastured pork, which can be ordered from Lewis Waite. Don’t be scared, rendering lard is simple and easy and all you need is a dutch oven, a mesh strainer, and storage containers. I’ve successfully subbed arrowroot for the cornstarch, one for one.

Last Call for Turkeys

Place your Lewis Waite order by November 14th for delivery on 11/20.

That’s only ONE WEEK away! Time to make your calls, check your guest list, and place your order!

We are happy to begin thawing your bird for you, just make a note when you place your order.

How much do I need? We recommend 1 lb. per person for the meal, but don’t forget to plan for turkey sandwiches, turkey tetrazzini, and turkey soup (usually 4-5 lbs)! Larger birds have a higher meat to bone ratio, so you may need slightly more per person if you order a small bird.

What other local products can I get? Our entire list of family farm and artisan products is available to help keep your holiday meal locally sourced. Putney Mountain Sparkling Ciders, lots of local cheeses, cranberry sauce, grains and beans for side dishes, bread, etc. After you’ve added your turkey to the shopping cart, you can keep shopping, or check out and return at a later date to EDIT your existing Turkey order. Check out our Thanksgiving Essentials for some excellent hors d’oeuvre ideas.

Here are your options:

Stonewood Farm, $4.59/lb – All Natural
Stonewood Farm specializes in premium quality turkeys with superior flavor and juiciness that can only be grown in Vermont. They grow their turkeys naturally; no antibiotics or growth hormones. Plenty of fresh Vermont air, cool nights, good feed and tender loving care on their family farm make for a wonderfully juicy turkey. They raise their turkeys for your family without any artificial ingredients inside large, open-sided barns. They are processed on the farm in their USDA facility without any preservatives.

Solstice Family Farm, $6.39/lb – Pasture Raised
Pasture Raised on a 280 acre farm in the Mohawk Valley. This is an Amish homestead farm, where the family and animals live in harmony with nature. Pasture Raised means the animals always have access to pasture grasses, and are raised without hormones or antibiotics. They raised enough they feel confident we can get the size bird you ordered. Processed locally by Garden of Spices Farm.

Order Lewis Waite by tonight for delivery 10/23

Place your Lewis Waite orders here for delivery on Thursday 10/23.

Product Updates:

Beth’s Farm Kitchen: It is canning season. We are stocking up on preserves, jams and chutneys. Including cranberry sauce seasoned with orange and cardamom, for you upcoming holiday meals.
Earth Sky Time: Goldburgers, Hoomoos and Pesto are restocked. The pesto is seasonal, so stock up on frozen pesto while it is still here and have fresh summer pesto all winter long (made with sunflower seeds instead of nuts, perfect for people with nut sensitivities).

Farmer Ground Flour: is restocked. Organic, heritage grains. Choose from whole wheat, white flour, pastry flour, rye flours, buckwheat, spelt flour and corn meal. As the days get cooler, there is nothing like homemade bread. Try mix and match flours in this “No-Knead Recipe” to make your own multi-grain bread.

Gatherer’s Granola: Was delivered today and is restocked with plenty of delicious gluten-free varieties for breakfast or a power snack.

Grazin Acres Farm: Great news for Grazin Acre fans, we will be stocking a limited number of non-GMO, pastured raised turkeys! Look for them as we get closer to Thanksgiving.

Hawthorne Valley Farm: Try any of their sauerkraut with a fresh Lewis Waite fresh pork roast for an old-world soul warming meal.

Lewis Waite Farm: Pork is finally here! We are still waiting for our smoked pork products. But the freezer is full of fresh pork loin chops, sirloin chops, sirloin cutlet, tenderloin, sirloin roast, fresh ham roast, Boston butt, shoulder roast, ham steaks as well as ground pork and nitrate-free pork sausage. Hooray!

Teeny Tiny Spice Company: fresh ground organic spice blends. These colorful blends are well balanced with a lot of variety for every palette. The gift packs include 3 different spice blends to add to your menu, they are pleasing to the eye and belly, and a great food gift this holiday season.

Lewis Waite News & Order Deadline

Order by Sunday for cheeses and Monday for everything else.

Product Updates:

Argyllshire Farm has sent over some lamb rib chops. Get them fast. They are the perfect weeknight option to spice up your after work routine.

BEANS (organic, dried) are becoming hard for us to find. Cayuga Pure Organics only has a few kinds cleaned, and the shipping service we used to get them here has tripled the cost. We’re looking into ways to get them (including asking anyone we know going near the Finger Lakes if they wouldn’t mind grabbing a few hundred pounds of beans on their way). Alas – we will find some sooner or later!

GEM Buffalo will have more burger for us, but we can’t get it until 10/6 on our way back up from the Monday delivery to Westchester and the Hudson Valley. We’ll make it available as quick as we can. we are even getting some more Hump Roast in stock, a Native American delicacy. Ever tried making Pemmican?

Grazin’ Acres has Kosher King heritage breed, non-GMO, pastured raised, chicken available. These birds are moist and full of flavor. If you can manage to leave any meat on the bones, throw all your left overs (bones and all) into a large pot to make nutritious, delicious chicken stock.

Farmer Ground Flour will be sending us more fresh ground flour next week, for all your fall pie baking!

Lewis Waite Farm has more 100% grass-fed beef came in this week, for all those folks waiting for filet mignon, flat iron steaks, beef bratwurst and more. Send us an email if you want something saved for you! The hanger steaks are already promised.

Mariaville Mushroom Men will (we hope) bring us some more Chaga Chug Tea this weekend, as it practically ran out the door. There are many different kinds of mushroom teas available from this local mushroom operation. All their practices are organic while they work towards certification.

Putney Mountain Winery has restocked us on the preservative free sparkling apple cider they make. As Thanksgiving approaches, this makes a truly special addition to the table fro those not partaking in the ‘harder’ offerings. If you think you may need a few bottles, let us know so we can plan ahead!

Stonewood Farm is getting ready for the big day. Our turkeys from this farm are now available for ordering (BE SURE TO CHECK THE DELIVERY DATE – YOU CAN CHANGE THE DATE IN YOUR CART TO GET CLOSEST TO THANKSGIVING).

Vermont Maple Granola will be bringing us maple sweetened trail mix on Sunday!

To all our loyal duck egg lovers out there, we are sorry to let you know that Little River Farm has retired and can no longer bring us duck eggs each week. We are currently looking for more local producers to keep you stocked!

Thank you to everyone patiently waiting for more Lewis Waite pastured raised pork, we will have more this month. In the meantime, we have Washington County, locally raised non-GMO pork in stock.

At Lewis Waite we know that eating sustainably grown food is not all always easy. Please know, here at the farm we are grateful and glad to know there is strong network of informed customers who understand the importance in supporting New York State farmers. Your effort is not in vain. Your support is far reaching and much appreciated. Do not hesitate to let us know what we can do to help to continue building this indispensable network.

We look forward to your next order!