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Webbed Foot Pines LLC

Webbed Foot Pines LLC We are a small family owned/operated farm that produces all natural, high quality meat and egg produ We also sell hay, straw, livestock and farm related goods.

We are a small family owned/operated farm that produces all natural, high quality meat and egg products for local customers, available on a weekly delivery route or at Farmer Markets.

Operating as usual

We spent 6 hours sorting and boxing over 3,500 lbs of fresh holiday birds (turkeys, ducks and chickens) for customers to...
11/23/2020

We spent 6 hours sorting and boxing over 3,500 lbs of fresh holiday birds (turkeys, ducks and chickens) for customers today. Then we were off to start deliveries this afternoon/evening. Lucas will also deliver all day tomorrow and finish on Tuesday.

Thanksgiving turkeys are loaded and heading to the processor. Fresh turkeys will be delivered to our customers.
11/20/2020

Thanksgiving turkeys are loaded and heading to the processor. Fresh turkeys will be delivered to our customers.

Our business is truly family run. Our 5 children are essential in making our farm successful. We are so proud of their c...
04/05/2020

Our business is truly family run. Our 5 children are essential in making our farm successful. We are so proud of their contribution and could not do this without them.

The kids worked so hard today! Over TEN hours with no complaint. We tore down pens, moved pens, built new pens, cleaned up, moved the business building, did chores, moved our babies outside that were old enough and much more. The only time they asked to stop was for lunch. These kids just amaze me.

Our newest arrival on the farm. Mama Ethel blessed us with this sweet baby boy...Dodge.
03/30/2020

Our newest arrival on the farm. Mama Ethel blessed us with this sweet baby boy...Dodge.

Sharing some of our springtime babies with you!
03/16/2020

Sharing some of our springtime babies with you!

Our first baby of the year has arrived. Our mama Sunny delivered a sweet baby boy. The kids named him Diezel. (The kids ...
02/26/2020

Our first baby of the year has arrived. Our mama Sunny delivered a sweet baby boy. The kids named him Diezel. (The kids said the z makes the name even cooler).

Spent this beautiful February afternoon...baling straw! Had a little fun jumping in the straw pile 😆
02/23/2020

Spent this beautiful February afternoon...baling straw! Had a little fun jumping in the straw pile 😆

Lucas left this morning with a load of round bales and came home tonight with a barn!
02/02/2020

Lucas left this morning with a load of round bales and came home tonight with a barn!

Merry Christmas!
12/25/2019

Merry Christmas!

Just picked up our freshly processed birds. We have a few fresh ducks, geese and turkeys available for the holiday. Plea...
12/21/2019

Just picked up our freshly processed birds. We have a few fresh ducks, geese and turkeys available for the holiday. Please call or text me 517-366-9108.

11/28/2019

The last two turkeys have been delivered! Thank you to all of our wonderful customers. We hope you have a very happy Thanksgiving.

Happy Thanksgiving! We just left the butchers and are on our way to deliver turkeys, ducks and chickens to our wonderful...
11/24/2019

Happy Thanksgiving! We just left the butchers and are on our way to deliver turkeys, ducks and chickens to our wonderful customers.

09/29/2019
Great Lakes Bee Supply

Great Lakes Bee Supply

HONEY BEES AND EEE ALERT!!!

Great Lakes Bee Supply recommends, to all beekeepers in Southwest Michigan and those affected in other counties, that starting no later than 7pm Sunday Sept. 29th, 2019 , all beekeepers put an entrance reducer on their hive and block the bees into the hive for the duration of the spraying.

Furthermore, we recommend leaving your bees blocked in the hive for at least 12 more hours after all spraying has stopped. If you are concerned about food or water supplies during this time, add water or sugar water to your hive.

The residual effects of this pesticide are unclear, so we would also recommend that you pull any honey you wish to process and consume for the 2019 season, from your hive before the spraying begins. We would NOT recommend eating any honey from your hive after the spraying has occurred for the rest of the year.

Lastly, to further reduce losses, we recommend putting a boardman feeder or other type of feeder, with CLEAN water inside your hive for the next week at minimum. Access to clean, uncontaminated water will be crucial and providing water inside the hive will help reduce the chances the bees will seek out other water sources.

This spraying WILL kill honey bees, butterflies and other insects. “The pesticide product can be toxic to honeybees or butterflies” said Laura McGowan, spokesperson for Clarke, An Illinois-based contractor applying the pesticides.

Please take precautions and use your best judgments, the state is spraying a poison broadly into the air. There will be drift, run off and residue. Please try to safeguard your pets, honeybees and yourselves.

Please do your research and actively watch for updates about the spraying areas and schedule changes. They may change due to weather, so you may need to change your schedule for blocking your bees in the hives, etc.

09/27/2019
09/27/2019
We absolutely love our customers and appreciate when they share with us. We may be joining this customer for lunch😊
09/15/2019

We absolutely love our customers and appreciate when they share with us. We may be joining this customer for lunch😊

Date night!💕 Drove out to the poultry processor to pick up freshly processed chickens. Text Lucas if you are interested ...
08/16/2019

Date night!💕 Drove out to the poultry processor to pick up freshly processed chickens. Text Lucas if you are interested 517-366-9108. We have extra whole birds this time around.

Delivered hay to a wonderful customer this evening. We spent some time enjoying his phenomenal herd of cattle. So peacef...
08/04/2019

Delivered hay to a wonderful customer this evening. We spent some time enjoying his phenomenal herd of cattle. So peaceful and beautiful. Thank you Baseline Farms for allowing us to visit and enjoy your magnificent cattle.

Praying for safe travels....Wyatt is officially on his way to Japan.
06/13/2019

Praying for safe travels....Wyatt is officially on his way to Japan.

Judging our first fair of the season. Paulding County.Katie Firster Cole
06/12/2019

Judging our first fair of the season. Paulding County.

Katie Firster Cole

06/05/2019

The rain is really taking a toll on us. Crops are not in, hay cannot be mowed let alone baled. Last year we began the tedious task of cleaning up the farm we purchased, it needed so much TLC (and still does). The weather has not cooperated enough for us to finish the tiling work that desperately needs completed so we can start building our permanent pastures and paddocks for the animals. The field tile will allow the water to drain properly. Our property is so wet that we can’t even drive a tractor down to the barn, so we have them parked in the front yard, side yard, back yard. We have tractors and wagons down in the barn that we can’t get out because they get stuck just driving out of the barn.

We have a wonderful new building for our business parked in the driveway next to our house. It isn’t supposed to be there. We can’t put it in place because it is too wet. Therefore, it is sitting empty and we can’t finish consolidating our product into one place because we haven’t been able to have the State come out to issue a license for our new location. Lucas is travelling between two farms, in two different towns, every day to do chores and pack product for our customers.

The nature of our business does not allow us to wait it out. We have to continue to raise animals, continue to hatch poultry and continue to try and somehow make it work. When you walk into what was once our backyard, you see temporary pens for animals everywhere. Meat ducks, meat geese, turkeys, rabbits, quail, chickens, goats, breeding ducks, breeding geese, emu, pigs . . .literally everywhere. The cattle are moving in next week . . where? We are not sure. Our waterfowl and pigs are in heaven with all of the rain and mud, us not so much. Our “mud room” is literally a mud room, especially after the 5 kids come in from “mud skating” their way through doing chores. They have been such troopers through all of it. They don’t complain about struggling through the mud to do chores, while carrying buckets of feed and water. They have learned how to build, move and secure temporary pens for animals as needed. As a matter of fact, we just have to ask and they get it done, no questions. They unload feed and carry 50 lb bags across the property since we can’t get close enough with a vehicle to unload. They are amazing and such a blessing, we literally could not do this without them. It is truly a family business.

So when you drive by our farm, please don’t judge us based on what it looks like. We really do care about the condition of our farm. Our main concern at this time is the care our animals receive . . . even if it means there are meat ducks in the front yard, babies in our basement and animals in some weirdly creative fabricated pens.

While we have our own struggles with the rain, we pray for all of the farmers, big and little, who are affected by the weather. Our hearts and prayers are with them as they navigate their way through this frustrating, heartbreaking and difficult time.

To our valued customers, we just wanted to share with you where we are at right now. We look forward to the day when we can welcome you with open arms to our farm so you can see first hand where your food is coming from. Farm tours and education is on our bucket list. We are going to keep moving forward, keep providing you products and keep praying. We know things will get better, for us, this is just a disappointing setback slowing us down. As Lucas loves to tell us “It’s going to be OK”.

Our newest batch of pigs are settling in nicely. 4 barrows and a gilt. The kids won't be thrilled when they realize Luca...
05/29/2019

Our newest batch of pigs are settling in nicely. 4 barrows and a gilt. The kids won't be thrilled when they realize Lucas named a pig after each kiddo😄🐷

Babies, babies everywhere
05/05/2019

Babies, babies everywhere

Saturday we spent the day delivering straw in Amish Country and enjoying our animals.
04/30/2019

Saturday we spent the day delivering straw in Amish Country and enjoying our animals.

Our emu chicks hatched!
04/27/2019

Our emu chicks hatched!

04/14/2019

Monday, June 3, 6:30 pm we will be hosting a Cloverbud Workshop at the Poultry Barn. Please bring your birds to work with if you would like. We will be doing some hands on activities including a bird washing demonstration. We will have a few bantams for sale.🐔

04/14/2019

Monday, June 3 at 7:30 pm will be the Poultry Showmanship Workshop at the Poultry Barn. This workshop will teach the basics of showmanship. Please bring a bird to work with. 🐔

Having a delightful evening at the Salvation Army banquet. The dinner was delicious and the special music was beautiful....
04/12/2019

Having a delightful evening at the Salvation Army banquet. The dinner was delicious and the special music was beautiful. I am so glad we were able to represent Onsted Sweet Clovers 4H Club.

First chicks are starting to hatch. This was our test run checking fertility on a new cockeral. Guess he is fertile!
03/04/2019

First chicks are starting to hatch. This was our test run checking fertility on a new cockeral. Guess he is fertile!

We are working on a new project here at Webbed Foot Pines. Very excited to see how it goes. The eggs will be in the incu...
03/02/2019

We are working on a new project here at Webbed Foot Pines. Very excited to see how it goes. The eggs will be in the incubator for over 50 days.

Starting our day off at the Local Food Summit @ WCC. Very interesting.
02/16/2019

Starting our day off at the Local Food Summit @ WCC. Very interesting.

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Pick amazing Slow Farm produce on one day, cook with it the next….
*Bulgur, basil & parm stuffed patty pan squash.
*Savory Tomato & feta poppyseed cobbler.
*Roasted beets on their greens & kale, picked beet & chard stems, toasted pepitas & creamy dill.
* Webbed Foot Pines LLC chicken thighs tossed with Milford Spice Company smoked tea rub roasted on a bed of root vegetables & whole heads of garlic.
I mean… I LOVE what I do.
We now have a special order sign-up sheet for Thanksgiving turkeys 🦃 from Webbed Foot Pines LLC! Or stop in and pick up a delicious whole chicken for supper 🍽
Make sure you've got all your Labor Day weekend needs for a summer cookout! Come check out the selection meats from Webbed Foot Pines LLC, veggies from East of Edon and more tasty snacks!
Fresh organic melons arriving tomorrow!! Watermelon and sugar cube personal sized cantaloupes from Webbed Foot Pines LLC. Stop in and pick yours up before they're gone!
Finally finished the last of the straw last night. The kids are amazing. They were able to fill the semi trailer in a few hours.
It is hard to describe how great a high quality egg can taste. Thanks for keeping us fed!
Sampling out Webbed Foot Pines LLC eggs and Carpenter’s greenhouse tomatoes! 🍅 🥚 At Argus Packard until 11am and then Liberty until 1:30pm. Taste the local difference :)
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