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First Farmers Market

Updated: May 4, 2023

Saturday, May 6, will be a great morning to visit Winchester, Texas for their very first Winchester Farmers Market at Zilss Hall, located at 108 Memorial Hall St, with the postal address listed as La Grange from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Farmers Markets are a lot of work, so we want to thank Isaac and Shanty Odom, and The Winchester Area Civic Association (WACA) for hosting it! We don't know what the weather is going to do, but Weise Farms is making plans to be there! We hope you will come shop with us!



We will bring along a variety of items that we sell, and if you'd like to pre-order from our website by 6pm on Friday, we will be happy to bring your orders with us for pickup at the Farmers Market! Our website accepts credit cards for pre-orders, and at the Farmers Market, we are set up to take Venmo, Apple Tap-to-Pay and cash.


Our daughter Whitney is making fresh sourdough bread and we will have a few loaves available. Whitney's bread has my bread beat by a country mile. The outside is crispy. It has a wonderful crumb. The taste is amazing, with that signature sourdough flavor. When toasted and slathered with butter and jelly, it is better than any bread I've had. Sandwiches made with this bread taste very similar to Schlotzsky's®.




Exciting News!!! We will be introducing brand new products that are not even on our website yet! Get ready for Weise Farms beef Jerky, Summer Sausage (with and without jalapeño & cheese), and all-beef German sausage links!




In addition to our prime Wagyu beef, we also now have a few cuts of grass fed Wagyu beef, including ribeyes, New York Strips, Filet Mignon, Denver and Chuck-Eye steaks. Quantities are limited. If they do well, we will continue to keep them in stock if enough people prefer grass fed during this trial period.


Speaking of... I can't believe how fast our prime fed Wagyu beef steaks are selling. We just restocked our freezer with beef a few weeks ago, and we are already almost out of stock! We still have a few New York Strips, Filet Mignon, Denver steaks, and Sirloins. We will be processing more soon. Our customers are great, and we can't thank you enough!





Have you tried chicken fried steak from our Wagyu beef? If you haven't, you should! This is how we make it. It all starts with Weise Farms cutlets, just $15. Season the meat with salt and pepper to taste. Dredge in flour that has also been lightly seasoned with salt & pepper. We do this to make sure every layer is full of flavor. Dip the flour-dredged cutlets in heavy cream, and then back into the flour. Place the breaded steaks on a wire rack and chill in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes, up to a few hours. This cooling time will help the layers of breading ingredients solidify and adhere better. Take it out of the refrigerator about 30 minutes before you are ready to fry it using our homemade Wagyu beef tallow. We sell tallow for $15 per quart. We think you’ll love it!


Our Farmers Market special will be cutlets and tallow, both for $25!


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