5800 Saxon Road, Acme, WA 98220 Google Map 360-595-9134

Butcher Reservations

Osprey Hill Farm opened a sister business in August 2014 called Osprey Hill Butchery.   This is a fixed processing facility in Acme that specializes in broiler, turkey, and rabbit butcher.  The facility is inspected and licensed under the WSDA and is open to the public. 

2018 Butcher Season-- May 29 - December 8

Butcher Days-- Tuesdays, Fridays, & Saturdays

Click on our CALENDAR to see all available dates.


>> 1) CLICK HERE <<

*Commercial producers can reserve butcher dates starting 2/1/18.  General reservations will open up 4/1/18.*

2) Fill out form completely & submit

3) Receive a confirmation email within 5-7 days

Click here for Pricing information

Things to know:

Minimums & Maximums:

In order to operate the unit, we require a full batch of 250 chickens, 75 turkeys, or 125 rabbits.    This minimum does not have to be met by a single producer/person--it could be met by a combination of producers/people. 

Prior to processing, animals should be:

  • Crated (No cardboard boxes & not loose in the back of a truck).  Need crates?  Ask us.
  • Free from food, grass, grit for 12-18 hours
  • Well hydrated
  • Absent from disease or sickness

We will:

  • Butcher, dress, bag, weigh, and label your birds. 
  • Compost offal, including giblets (heart, liver, neck, feet), unless you specify otherwise (giblet harvest costs 25¢/part/bird)
  • Charge extra for oversize animals (chicken: 9# live weight, turkey: 35# live weight).  They are hard on our bodies,, cause extra wear and tear on our equipment, and they take extra time to handle.   
  • Turn away turkeys with a live weight of over 40#.  This is the weight capacity of our machinery.

Thank you!

New this season:March 13th, 2018

2018 Meat CSAMarch 13th, 2018

We're putting a hold on our veggie CSA but we're still offering meat CSAs.  Please visit our CSA tab for more information on our pastured chicken, duck, and lamb.

2018 Veggie CSA?March 13th, 2018

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