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Andy demonstrates bowl making, on the potters wheel at the Western Washington Fairgrounds, in the Artists In Action area of the Puyallup County Fair. The bowls were then donated to the Tacoma Metro Parks for their annual Empty Bowls fundraiser.

 

 

Port Orchard Farmer's Market News

 

Yes, I will be at the market this Saturday, July 12th. I have lots of eggs.  The grass in the pasture is lush right now so the hens are laying eggs with nice dark healthy yokes.

 

 The Port Orchard Farmers Market is open every Saturday until mid October from 9:00AM to 3:00PM.

 

 

 

Egg News! 

 

Our hens were switched over to a non GMO feed last Winter.  It contains no soy, corn, or wheat.  Instead, it has ingredients high in omega 3 like camelina and flax.  Of course most of our hens are also pastured so they can eat grass and bugs. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raincreek Pottery and Poultry is a studio pottery and chicken farm located near the town of Port Orchard in a rural section of Kitsap County in the Pacific Northwest State of Washington.  The Kitsap Peninsula is due west of Seattle across Puget Sound. Raincreek produces functional pottery, dinnerware, garden markers, jewelery, and pet related items from Stoneware and Porcelain clay bodies fired to cone 10 (2350 F) in a propane fueled kiln. Owned and operated by Andy and Pam Buck, Raincreek Pottery was established in 1991.  Our chicken hatchery operations began in early 2010.

Raincreek Pottery and Poultry's pottery products can be found at the Verksted Gallery in Poulsbo, Washington, and both pottery and poultry are currently offered, during the summer months, at the Port Orchard Farmers Market.


Raincreek Pottery and Poultry
Port Orchard, WA
(253) 973-8068
abuck@raincreekpottery.com