OFFER ENDS JUNE 30TH

Let Us Buy You a Freezer

Yep, that’s right – kind of. Trust us, keep reading.  

We hear from so many potential customers that they would love to order a fractional or whole animal share from us, but they don’t have enough freezer space. We’d like to change that. We’ll give you a up to $150 credit towards your order – paying for your freezer!

Here's How It Works

  1. Purchase any freezer and send us a picture of the receipt at myfarmer@sourcefarms.love. If you just bought a freezer, you can still get in on this deal! We'll accept it if it was on or after April 1, 2024. 
  2. Place an order with us for any size of a beef share or a whole lamb share for pick up by August 1st, OR spend $750 in one retail purchase during the month of June..
  3. Do the above things by June 30th. That’s it! We will deduct the cost of the freezer (up to $150) from your payment.

Looking for a freezer? We found a few for you: 5 cubic foot Arctic Kind freezer, 3.5 cubic foot Insignia freezer, or 5 cubic foot TABU freezer. We also recommend shopping with our friends in Forest Grove, Van Dyke Appliance.

Have Questions?

How do I know how much freezer space I need?

When looking for a freezer, keep in mind that an 1/8th of a beef share will fit into your standard kitchen freezer, and a quarter beef share will fit into a 5 cubic foot one.  

What if I already have a freezer?

This is open to anyone, even if you already own a freezer. (Get a second one — you’ll use it. Our meat stays good in the freezer for up to 2 years.)

Is getting a freezer beneficial?

Having a standalone freezer is a great long term choice for you and your family. You will ultimately save money, buy better food, make fewer trips to the grocery store, and find it incredibly convenient.

Why buy grass-fed meats?

Grass-fed meat generally has: lower total fat content, more heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, more antioxidant vitamins such as vitamin E, and more cancer-fighting Conjugated Linoleic acid (CLA).  There are no hormones, antibiotics, preservatives, nitrates/nitrites, fillers, or other chemicals or additives used in either the growing or processing.   

Where does your protein come from?

Our protein is raised by real farmers in Oregon practicing sustainable and regenerative agriculture.

Our partnership agreements are made with intention and every farmer who is selected already displays a steadfast commitment to doing right by people, animals, and the planet. We work with them constantly to make sure our highest standards are met in all areas of their operations and processes, every single day. 

Why Source Farms?

Grass-Fed

Better for you, better for the planet. Grass-fed meats are delicious, well-marbled and richer in Omega 3s, Vitamin E, and D

Locally Raised

Source Farms products have all been raised responsibly by real farmers, carefully selected, in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

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