Tuesday, September 27, 2011


Hard to believe summer is really over. our current interns are starting to pack bags and get ready to go home! If you are interested in our program for next year check this out! :

J & L Green Farm is taking applications for intern positions in the 2012 season.  We are looking for motivated self-starters, eager to learn and not afraid of a hard day’s work. Positions are open to both men and women. We have opening for two types of internships.
      1.    Full season internships. Internship runs from march 1st through November 1st. we allow a one week variance on the start/finish date. Benefits of this internship are an experience of 3 of the 4 seasons on the farm and the different aspects of production unique to each season. Room and board provided and a monthly salary starting at $250 per month and sliding to $500 per month with progression of experience and responsibilities.
     2.    Summer season internships. Internship runs from May 15th through August 15th. We allow no variance on these dates. You need to commit to being here by the start day and staying through the end.  Benefits of this internship are a tailored schedule for college students or those seeking a summer experience. Room and board provided and a monthly stipend of $199. It will cost you approximately $300 additional per month for personal expenses so plan accordingly.

Please send serious inquiries with your name, phone number, email address and position interested in to Jordan at jlgreenfarm@yahoo.com and a questionnaire with additional info will be sent to you. Inquiries must be received by November 1st to be considered.

          We are a Polyface style farm and produce grass-fed beef & lamb, pastured broilers & turkeys, pastured chicken & duck eggs and forest raised hogs. An internship provides unique opportunity to be a part of our team in all aspects of production, farm management and marketing. As much as you will commit to learn we will teach.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Price list

Hi all, Hope you are having a great beginning of fall! Many have been asking for an online version of our price list and here is a link! On farm price list .

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Introducing " Bundles"

Hi all,
   We are certainly enjoying the cooler weather that is moving in! Our county, Shenandoah County, is currently enjoying the fair and we have been down there every day serving up hamburgers, pulled pork and chicken. If you get a chance you should stop by and see us!

Many of you have been asking about bulk meat for the fall and we appreciate your patience. We've noticed a problem in the last few years with selling animals by the whole, half or quarter. For the sale to be legal the price is based of the hanging weight and what you actually take home is is different based on cutting and other things. This was generally causing confusion and just wasn't working to well. This is leading us to a change.

    Hopefully this will simplify things! Check out this link for a PDF. Bundle ordering sheet
We have several different bundles for each of the animals we raise, Beef, Pork and Chicken. There are bundles geared for the grillers out there and bundles for the roasters. For the folks who love a little of everything there is a mixed bundle. These are offered at significant savings off our regular individual cut prices and the best part is you know exactly what you are getting!