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Keeping our slice of Texas rural.

Super bowl Sunday Social

at the Big Black Barn

Sunday, February 11, 2024   @   4:00 PM
Come watch Super bowl LVIII on the biggest outdoor screen in Snake Prairie!

49ers vs. Chiefs

We'll have a pot of chili going, so bring a snack or side for the table and some beverages for the cooler. Don't forget to get in on the Bowl Board - you can sign up on Fridays from 3-6 PM at the farm or on game day if available.

Not to worry, the big game will be on inside the barn as well and in case weather doesn't cooperate.

 THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR A GREAT 2023 FALL MARKET SEASON! 
WE'LL SEE Y'ALL IN THE SPRING!

 

About
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Rosanky, Texas

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Country Chick Farms is a local, female owned and family operated farm in southern Bastrop County near Rosanky. We are dedicated to producing farm fresh, soy-free, corn-free, non-GMO eggs laid by our own flocks of hens rotated outdoors on open pastures where they enjoy native grasses and insects as well as our own natural groundwater supply.​ We mill our own feed, box the eggs ourselves, and send them fresh for your enjoyment.

 

This land has been in agricultural rotation with various crops and animals grazing on it for decades, long before "regeneration" was the latest buzzword coined by corporate-owned farms looking to present themselves as new and trendy. You'll get honest eggs and honest answers at Country Chick.

on-farm/farm MARKET hours

Our 2023 fall market season has ended.
Stay tuned - 2024 spring market info coming soon!


Thank you for supporting our small local business!

In the meanwhile, we will continue to open the gates at the Big Black Barn for "$5 Fridays" from 3pm - 6pm unless posted otherwise on on our Chick Farms social media pages. We will operate with a cash/Venmo honor box system for eggs and jam. Eggs will be $5/dozen on honor box days.

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Check our Events page and social media sites for more.
Eggs - $6/dozen
Homemade jam - $7/half pint, $12/pint
Laying hens starting at $5
Spools starting at $20 
More produce coming soon.
If you plan to visit, please leave your pets at home.

OTHER market
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 Barton Creek Farmers Market Schedule:
 

FEBRUARY 3rd!

We will see you at BCFM this Saturday!

We are also open at the farm for $5 Fridays from 3pm-6pm!

OUR EGGS

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Our eggs are collected daily and are refrigerated and packaged onsite. Each egg is inspected three times before it reaches a carton. The majority of our egg shells are dark brown, with bits of green and blue speckled throughout. Our yolk color depend on the season, and run from a dark yellow to light orange depending on weather patterns and precipitation, which is needed for natural, healthy yolks. More rains mean better vegetation for hens to forage on, which results in vibrant yolk coloration. We don't use dyes for egg yolks like some egg suppliers do. When you hear other egg producers talking about using paprika and marigold in their chicken feed, this is what they are doing. We prefer to let nature dictate the hue. No matter the color, they always taste great!

OUR plants

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We have seasonal stocks of various garden goodies as well as choice cuts from our greenhouses.

Swing by and see what's been growing and what you might want to take home with you. 

PLEASE READ carefully

 

Children must be supervised at all times. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

Country Chick Farms is an agritourism entity. While we make every attempt to ensure the safety of our visitors and event attendees, hazards may exist on the property.

Closed toe shoes are recommended.

An agritourism entity is not liable for any injury to or death of an agritourism participant resulting from agritourism activities. Individuals who elect to visit and/or attend our events understand that they accept all risk of injury, death, property damage, and other loss that may result from agritourism activities.

WARNING: UNDER TEXAS LAW (CHAPTER 75A, CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE), AN AGRITOURISM ENTITY IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY INJURY TO OR DEATH OF AN AGRITOURISM PARTICIPANT RESULTING FROM AN AGRITOURISM ACTIVITY.

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