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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 specialized in broiler and turkey butcher.  The facility is inspected and licensed under the WSDA and open to the public. 

Butcher Season-- June 1 - December 10

Butcher Days-- Tuesdays, Fridays, & Saturdays

Click on our calendar to see all available dates.

To Schedule a Butcher Date:

1) Click *HERE*

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 because they are hard on our bodies (we lift 250 animals by hand each day), very hard on our equipment, and they slow the process down which makes us grumpy.  Did you know that we clean for 2-3 hours when we're done butchering? 

Thank you!

2017 CSA starts on Thrusday June 15th!June 8th, 2017

That's right! Just one week from today, our CSA members will be receiving their first box of produce & eggs.  Keep your eye out for an email from the farm with welcomes, introductions, and in

Spring is on it's way!April 29th, 2017

News from UW meteorologist Cliff Mass is that this is the rainiest springs in at least 20 years.  That's tough news on the farm because we need at least 2-3 consecutive dry days in the mid 50's-6

We're closed for the season. We open again in late May '18. on 12/5/2017April 25th, 2017

Thank you for a great season.  We will open again the last week of May.  We'll begin taking reservations for commercial producers in February of 2018.  A commercial producer is a farm t