Archive for April, 2013

We just launched a new look to our website www.burtonsfarm.com  stop by and check it out!  While you are there sign up for our Newsletter to keep updated on sales and specials.

Now is the time to sign up for our popular Summer CSA Program. All of the new meat packages are on the CSA page of our website.

How about saving 25% off of your order and having it delivered? On our HOME page we have launched a new program. Become a CSA drop point coordinator and get a 25% discount off of your delivery of meat, you can also get raw milk and eggs with that as well! It is simple, pick a CSA Package and add on any extra’s you would like to have ( milk and eggs) you set the time and place and we will bring it to you. All you need is yourself and 5 other friends, co-workers, neighbors, church members etc to pick a CSA package  and any other extras they would like and you then have your own drop point group! We want to reward you for telling others about our products and for organizing your group! If  you have any questions please feel free to email us at: getyourbeef@burtonsfarm.com

All of our products are available at the Farm, or at The Greater Springfield Farmers Market and at a drop point near you!!


We are excited about this new growing season. We look forward to seeing you, and helping you and your family eat healthy!!


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New Friend on the Farm

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Meet Brandy! For some time now Kelsie has been wanting a horse. So after much discussion with Daddy she was able to start looking. It did not take her long to find the horse she had always dreamed of having. Brandy is 9 years old, solid black and a real sweetheart. She will come when you whistle for her and loves attention. Kelsie can go out in the field hop on her bareback and ride her back to the barn with ease. Brandy loves to play in the water, so the above picture is of her and Kelsie heading into the spring fed pond to splash around. Brandy has really bonded with Kelsie since we do not have any other horses for her to buddy up with. When not in the field she will follow Kelsie everywhere she goes. The only problem with that is when one of us wants to ride her. As she will not go anywhere with Kelsie in sight, she wants to be beside her! We can easily put the younger children on her and Kelsie just walks around the yard and they get to go for a ride, fun for everyone! Kelsie started out early on with her horse riding. In the  picture below you will see a blond curly headed Kelsie ( she turned brown and lost her curls around the age of 8 -10) riding “Peanut” the pony. Granny and Pa found him for the girls when they were about 6 and 8 years old. She loved peanut even at that young age and her love for horses has stayed with her. Kelsie  just turned 13 and I am sure she and Brandy will be best friends for many years to come.


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