We are trading in our traditional chest and upright freezers for a large walk-in freezer unit for meat storage. For a couple of years we have been using residential freezers for storing our farm products and it is time to expand our core infrastructure.

Today we are having an 8×14 foot walk in freezer delivered to the farm. The freezer is a singe phase, 220 volt unit that will replace our current fleet of home freezers. This will be used to store our pork products such as chops, tenderloin, bacon, sausage and ribs. We will also be storing our pasture raised poultry cut ups such as breasts, wings, legs and thighs in the freezer for sale to our farmer’s market customers.

We’ll show our concrete pad as well as the unloading process to get the freezer off of the truck.

If you have been farming for a couple of years, it may be time to consider upgrading your infrastructure and adding a larger capacity freezer storage unit to your farm. This will allow us to keep our more popular cuts of meat in storage on a more consistent basis.

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We practice sustainable agriculture on our farm by using multi-species to build soil and fertilize the ground. We have pastured chickens, grass fed lamb, pastured turkey, farm fresh duck eggs and chicken eggs.

Sheraton Park Farms practices holistic, sustainable farming and soil building using a rotational grazing model as we try to grow more grass on our farm.

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8 thoughts on “Farm Business Expansion – Adding A Walk-in Freezer

  1. Martin Hobbs says:

    We are in the same situation with freezers. We just purchased a three door commercial freezer as we edge closer to upgrading to a walk in. What monitoring system are you using on your residential freezer system? Keep up the good work.

  2. Jerame Trunnell says:

    My research showed that one of those units cost more per month to run than several residential units would per year. I think a 1 year update describing the positive and negative of this unit would be great.

  3. Neivi Tarango Mendoza says:

    Looking forward to check out your new videos . Just a quick question . How much is a freezer like that costs ? I raised chickens and hogs as well so maybe next year I’ll like to have my own walk in freezer .

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