Get your Grills Ready

Posted on May 21, 2019 by Jack McCann
Tags: Newsletter

$1 Pack of Brats (!)

We are so proud of what we've built here at TC Farm. Each month, we deliver the best pasture-raised and organic fed meats to the greater Twin Cities metro area.

TC Farm members have told us that if their friends could just try a sample, they'd see how easy it is to enjoy healthy food, raised on green pasture without any shortcuts.

Sample Today

Our brats are made with organic spices, never any GMO feed and no soy or binders. It doesn't hurt that they are delicious, too!

Get a pack for just $1. We'll deliver them along with our regular neighborhood deliveries June 12th and 13th.

No commitment. No fuss. Just amazing brats.

Here's how it works:

  • Choose from one of our over 70 convenient pick-up sites across the metro area.
  • Pick up your brats June 12-13 along with our regular neighborhood deliveries.
  • Get your grill ready!
  • Eat and enjoy with your family or friends.

That's all there is to it!

"The Best Brats I've Ever Had"
- Says everyone who has tried them

Promotion Ended

Sorry to inform you that this promotion has ended.

We are adding a new promotion for the July delivery soon - it will include discounted pasture raised eggs for new members to try. Check back soon at

Or feel free to place a sample order of our brat package, they are still the best brats in town:

Brat Sampler

$65 $58.50
5 lbs avg

Box 150

On the grill, in the pan, in a dish

  • 5-6 packs of our favorite non-spicy brats.  

We try to include a mix of beef/pork brats including: Hickory Smoked, Wild Rice, Kielbasa, Italian, Bockwurst, North Country, Apple Maple and our 100% pork brats: Rosemary, Traditional Bratwurst, and perhaps Jamaican (a tiny bit of heat).

We may include other brats than the ones listed.

Most of the beef brats are "Uncured" and may be safely stored in the fridge to save freezer space. See details here

This is a flat rate box and is priced per box. They are labeled as the minimum weight of 4.8lbs, most boxes weigh more.

Pickup Info

Neighborhood Pickup Map

What to Expect When Picking Up

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