On-Farm Market

Our Market at the farm is open Saturdays and Sundays, currently from 8am to 4pm, and by appointment 231-492-5175.  Hours fluctuate with the season.  The best way to contact us is by email: morganicfarmcsa@gmail.com

Our address is:  Morganic Farm, 8040 M 113 E, Fife Lake, MI

If you’re using google maps to find us, entering Morganic Farm will get you here great, our address does not work well with google maps.

(Only 25 minutes from Traverse City or Cadillac, and about 8 miles from Kingsley.)

Currently available at our Market

All of our products are Non-GMO, and none of our animals are given chemicals such as growth hormones, antibiotics, vaccines, etc… All of our animals spend their lives outside year round with birds and varying four-leggeds having access to shelter at night.  (Out of stock items are pink- these can be ordered  here.):

Order online and put down deposits for all our items here.

Free Range Eggs – please call ahead 12-24 hours for all eggs or place an order.  The best days for drive-by eggs are Saturday and Sunday.

Chicken Eggs $5.00/dozen

Grass-fed lamb

  • Lamb chops $18/lb
  • Ground lamb $11/lb
  • Shoulder roast $12/lb
  • Rack $18/lb
  • Sirloin $15/lb
  • Shoulder steaks/$12
  • Boneless leg $13/lb
  • Sirloin roast $20/lb
  • Lamb ribs $18/lb
  • Lamb bones $6/lb
  • Lamb heart $10/lb
  • Lamb liver $10/lb
  • Lamb tongue $10/lb

Pastured Heritage Pork by the cut:

  • Tenderloin $14/lb
  • Brats (Polish, mushroom and Swiss, beer) $8/lb
  • Smoked Ham slices, Canadian bacon and Bacon $8/lb
  • Maple breakfast links $8/lb
  • Pork chops, Steaks, Cutlets, and Roasts $7/lb
  • Smoked Hocks and Bulk Sausage (Maple Breakfast, Spicy Italian, Sweet Italian, Chorizo) $6/lb
  • Ribs and Ground pork $5/lb
  • Pork fat $3/lb
  • Pork bones $4/lb
  • Pork liver $6/lb
  • Pork heart $8/lb
  • Pork tongue $7/lb

Grass-Fed Beef

All organic pastured broilers (layers are non-gmo), turkey and duck, and non-gmo, cage-free rabbit must be pre-ordered.

Chicken Cornish Cross $6/pound – Order by summer of 2021.

Ducks Pekin $8/pound – Order by summer of 2019 if you would like to order chickens.  (*also available: Welsh Harlequin, Khaki Campbells, Anconas)

Soup/stewing Chickens – Laying breeds $3.00/pound- available by order, starting in May.  These birds make excellent chicken soup with their bones for nutritious bone broth.

Organic Broad Breasted White Turkey – $7/pound.

Rabbit Meat — $6/pound, pre-order one here.  Rabbits can be ordered almost any time of year.

Pastured Heritage Pork

  • $4.00/pound whole hog – hanging weight of processed hog packaged* PLUS processing fees at RRR which include a slaughter fee ($35), processing fee ($0.55/lb) and may include casings and smoking fees depending on your order.
  • $4.50/pound half hog – hanging weight of processed hog packaged* PLUS processing fees at RRR which include a slaughter fee ($35), processing fee ($0.55/lb) and may include casings and smoking fees depending on your order.
*see below for additional information about hanging weight.

Grass-Fed Beef by the Whole, Half or Quarter

Place your order for a whole or half hog, then complete the Custom Butchering Form.  Please plan 2-3 weeks in advance of needing your pig as we need to schedule with our processor.  Curing bacon and ham takes 2-3 weeks after slaughter.  A $100 deposit is required before we take the pig to the processor.  You can pay your deposit online when you place your order.

Custom Butchering Form


We raise a limited number of animals during the growing season.  To be sure they are available to you, we suggest placing an order, especially for larger purchases such as a year’s worth of chickens.  Orders for chickens and turkeys are best submitted in early spring, but are available while supplies last.

*Additional information about hanging weight:  Hanging weight does not include organs, skin, feet or head.  Hanging weight does include fat and bone.

Our hogs are a hybrid between two heritage breeds, the Mulefoot hogs known for it’s exceptional tasting marbled meat and Herefords a meat type hog.

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