Nestled in the little town of Gurley right outside of Huntsville, there’s a 60-acre plot home to a family farm and CSA (community supported agriculture) program, Duncan Farms.
After 6 years of providing North Alabamians with some of the freshest, high-quality goods around, Kaitlin and Donovan Duncan announced the closing of their family farm.
There’s still a little bit more time to grab the last of their goods, though!
The closing sale
There’s still a few of Duncan Farms’ “Fresh, Local and Responsible” goods left for sale.
Their closing sale, with discounted meats and other goods, started this week. They’re selling pork products at 40% off and steak cuts at 50% off, as well as additional sale items in their shop.
Be sure to keep an eye on their social media pages to see if they’ll be offering any more sales as they liquidate their inventory.
Duncan Farms is an example of responsible, local farming
Duncan Farms’ commitment to responsible farming over the years is a shining example of local quality. In their practices, they didn’t use any synthetic fertilizers, chemicals, pesticides, or herbicides and treated their animals with care and respect.
They farmed fresh goods using permaculture, infusing sustainability into everything they did.
Duncan Farms did just about anything you could think of on their farm—beekeeping, a biweekly CSA delivery, classes and tours, seasonal produce, pasture raised USDA grade processed meats, artisan goods and pasture raised chicken eggs (to name a few).
Needless to say, they’ll be missed by many here in North Alabama.
In their announcement, they had a message for the community.
“We…urge everyone to take care of your farmer, ask questions about where your food comes from, care passionately about food that’s raised sustainably for the future, and consider healthy and clean food whenever you can!”Kaitlin and Donovan Duncan
They’ll still be sharing their food and food experiences online, and here’s where you can find them.
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