Thursday, December 3, 2015

Bacon is Baaaack!



You know that dog treat commercial where they claim that "dogs don't know it's not bacon"?

Well, you'll know if it's not Omache Farm Bacon!

Bacon will be ready for ordering starting for this weekend, December 5th.  As well as Half hams if you'd like to pick one up for a holiday dinner!  Check out our Home Delivery Page for pricing and how it works specifically but here's the gist:

1. You email us your grocery list (By 6pm Friday please)
2. We pull out bacon, pork chops, winter squash and eggs and/or whatever was on your list and put your name on it
3. On Saturday, your groceries are handed to you in one of three ways:
           a. Drop by the Winter Market in the 1912 Center between 10am and 2pm (12/5 or 12/12)
           b. Meet us in town after the Winter Market of in the afternoon on 12/19
           c. We'll stop by your in-town home after the Winter Market or in the afternoon.
4. Payment is made by: cash, card or check.

See? so easy!


Wednesday, November 18, 2015

THIS WEEK! Home Delivery!



THIS WEEK!!!

Home Delivery by Email Ordering for Pre-holiday needs!

We should be restocked with *most* pork cuts before this weekend.

*Most* may or may not include Bacon and Ham - Depends on when they went in the smoker at UI.  If not ready this weekend, we'll gladly deliver early next week if you'd like it prior to Thanksgiving, if they're ready then.

Check out out Home Delivery page and then email us your order: omachefarm@gmail.com

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

No market or CSA s today!

HannaMae brought home a nasty flu and it has made its rounds to the rest of the house now.

Jason and Alli are the last to get it today so we should be good to go for Saturday.

If you have any concerns, email is the best way to reach us at the moment and we will respond to you as soon as possible.

Whatever this is has been going around in school for sure and other places too most likely so wash your hands and stay healthy!

See you on Saturday!

Friday, June 26, 2015

4th of July SALE!




It's BBQ Time!



Whether you'll be smoking or straight up grilling dinner, if it's just you or you and twenty of your closest buddies, Omache Farm has the pork you'll need for your 4th of July Barbecue!


You can bet it'll be for the delicious pork loin chops you're grilling up!  Who needs fireworks anyways?


This is a great chance to try out some chops on the grill with your family and friends!  Stock up while they're on sale so you can try them with sage, with Paprika, with a ginger marinade, with a hot and spicy rub...

Drop by any of the Farmer's Markets between now and the 4th of July to pick up some chops for your dinner.  

You may also email us to reserve an order for pickup: tell us approximately how much (packages/pounds, whatever you measure by) of each type of cut you'd like along with your best contact info and we'll set it aside, ready for you to pay at pickup at the market you specify.
This is a great chance to try out some chops on the grill with your family and friends!  stock up while they're on sale so you can try them with sage, with Paprika, with a ginger marinade, with a hot and spicy rub...You can bet it'll be for the delicious pork loin chops you're grilling up!

Friday, June 19, 2015

Transplanting Party!



Transplanting party!

Sunday June 21st!


We are having a Transplanting work party BBQ on Sunday, June 21st and would love it if you and your family could make it!

We'll be working hard all morning to bust through hundreds of transplants as a crew and then enjoy some delicious Omache Farm Pork and potluck dishes.

Jake Cho of WSU Dining has volunteered to prepare some of our leg roasts for lunch.  We'll be harvesting some fresh greens for a super-fresh salad to go along with a few other dishes.  Bring along something to share and be ready to meet some new and old friends as we all pitch in to get things growing!

What to bring:


A hat, sunscreen and a water bottle are all that are required.  There will be plenty of water to refill your bottle as needed.

We recommend that you wear closed toe shoes and pants that cover your knees as transplanting does involve moving along the ground.

If crawling along a row is a bit much for you, we always have some folks sitting around pulling plugs for those that are transplanting also.

Families with children are welcome as well!  There are plenty of jobs available for children if they would like to help or they are welcome to just hang out or play.