Farm Fresh Eggs available!! Free Range chickens fed Non-Soy, Non-GMO Feed. $5.00 a dozen
Small family farm. We raise grass-fed belted Galloway beef cattle, chickens, ducks, turkeys and breed Large white, black & silver German Shepherd Dogs
100% Grass-Fed Animal Welfare Certified Naturally & Humanely Raised Pricing: 1/2, 1/4 or whole Cow = 5.50 per pound Eggs: 5.50 per dozen - SOY FREE, Organic, pastured, Humanely Raised Individual Cut Pricing: Steaks Per pound --------------------- Rib steak $13.00 Rib eye steak 14.50 T-bone steak 14.50 Porterhouse steak 15.50 New York strip steak 14.00 Filet mignon steak 22.50 Sirloin steak 11.00 Boneless sirloin steak 12.00 Round steak 6.00 Flat iron steak 8.50 Roasts per pound _______________________ Tri-tip roast $14.50 Brisket 12.50 whole, half 6.25 Boneless rib roast 16.00 Rib roast 16.50 Boneless sirloin roast 12.00 Loin roast 12.00 Sirloin tip roast 10.00 Rump roast 6.50 Round roast 6.50 Eye-of-round roast 6.00 Top round roast 6.00 Arm roast 6.00 Chuck roast 6.00 Shoulder roast 4.00 Skirt steak Flank steak Hanger steak 5.00 Miscellaneous cuts ------------------- Ground beef 5.75 per pound Short Ribs 10.00 per pound Miscellaneous cuts Per pound ----------------------- Oxtail $ 7.50 Beef bones 3.00 Liver 3.50 Heart 2.50 Tongue 2.50 Suet: 4.50 Dog Bones 30.00 per bag
Farm Fresh Eggs available!! Free Range chickens fed Non-Soy, Non-GMO Feed. $5.00 a dozen
Folks, I Have 1 Steer I can send to the butcher if anyone is in need of Grass-Fed Beef.
$6.50per pound for a Half or Whole
$6.75 per pound for a 1/4
It takes two weeks from processing date to packaged and ready for pickup.
They just wanted to watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
A Washington family was shocked to discover that bovines moo-ved into their new house in Montana.
Representatives Massie and Pingree Introduce Bipartisan PRIME Act to Empower Local Cattle Farmers, Meet Consumer Demand
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, May 23, 2019 Laura Lington, 202-225-3465 (Massie) Victoria Bonney, 202-557-8541 (Pingree)
They’re the “oreo cookie” cow of the bovine world, and they are a unique breed among cattle.
Folks, Beef Prices are going to be impacted by the recent disasters in the mid-west .. If you haven't placed your beef orders with me for Spring its NOT too Late.... Taking deposits now... Cows going to butcher on 4/14, ready by 4/30 for pickup.
Pricing is on my 'abouts' section for our page.
FOX4 News Kansas City
It's time to stop portraying farmers as dirty, lazy, and stupid, Mike Rowe says.
Soul Food Farm
Over the years I made a deal with myself to stop apologizing for the price of our farm products. It took a long time to develop that frame of mind, but eventually, I understood that hard work needs no defense. End of story. But, yesterday at a Farm to Fork event I had an encounter with a couple that stopped me dead in my tracks.
A couple walked up to our little Soul Food Farm table and so naturally, I expected them to be interested in our olive oil Why else approach the table? Instead, I got this look of suspicion while they picked up a bottle and turned it over and then it came. They looked at me and said, “we don’t want to be rude, but why is it sooooooo expensive.” And then I was face to face with a choice. Try once more to explain what it takes to farm or dismiss the question. The irritation this dilemma caused in the past crashed through my memories and in a moment I decided to answer her question. Deep breath, positive expectation, begin. I started to explain that I prune the trees myself, and we pick the olives by hand, and we pay the mill upfront to press the oil, and as I ’m talking, she waves her hand in my face and says’ yeah, yeah, whatever” and walks off.
Instead of getting mad I was left wondering why is there still this lingering suspicion that farmers are price gauging? Customers would never walk into a grocery store and expect a discount before they bought an item or demand a sample. The utter contempt that’s conveyed not only by demanding to know why farm food is priced the way it is but just the plain rudeness of walking away when someone is speaking to you astounds me. Now, I could brush this off as a one-time occurrence but I know it's not. I have many farmer friends who are up against this everytime they sell at a farmers market. The constant and varied questions about price that always fall just short of an outright accusation of trying to cheat the customer.
As I walked around the farm today putting animals away, collecting eggs, filling water troughs, my frustration started to compound. What is it going to take for us to bridge the gap between farmers and consumers? When are small farmers going to be treated with respect? Not only from folks shopping at farmer’s markets, but the restaurants that buy their food, and the farm to fork dinners, festivals and conferences that are continually popping up. What do I mean by respect? I mean not haggling with farmers at the market over their price per pound. Do folks think farmers are running some racket? A get rich quick scheme with carrots and tomatoes? Restaurants need to start paying farmers at the time of delivery, COD. Farmers already cover the total cost of production; it is simply wrong to expect farmers to wait thirty to sixty days for payment after deliveries. And all those farm to fork events, how about actually having a good representation of local farmers at these events. Better yet, stop asking small farmers to donate food items to events that charge a ticket price.
We have to let go of the imagery that farmers are part of a pastoral fantasy. Farming is not a fable but a job, that's necessary to the very fabric of our existence. Farming is often soul crashing hard work. Long, lonely days in the field. Planting seeds. The sun beating on your back. Nights comforting animals. Cold, early mornings, to harvest, pack and get to market. The burden of the cost of production yours and yours alone. Farming is not only a career it’s a service to the surrounding community. In return, only one thing is asked or expected, that the work is appreciated and treated with respect.
One rude couple, won’t make or break a small farm, but it's a good reminder we have a long way to go.
Photo Credit: Paige Green Photography
More meat buyers are now requiring farmers to be Beef Quality Assurance certified, a nationally accepted program that has been around for many years.
Taking Deposits for Fall Orders ... 1/4, 1/2 and whole Grass-Fed Belted Galloway Beef .. If you want them finished on Mash, grain or corn let me know now!
Message me for pricing and details
9 News Central West
Silage buried two decades ago is being dug up and used for stock feed.
So beautiful! Wish each photo also gave the breed info....
"We photographed hundreds of the most beautiful chickens, and just look at them!"
Tractor-Hacking Farmers Are Leading a Revolt Against Big Tech's Repair Monopolies
Farmers across the country are fighting John Deere's repair monopoly—and winning.
Virginia Farm and Food Freedom
CALL TO ACTION! Warrantless Search & Seizure Bills HB825 & SB962 will Destroy Virginia Family Farmers!!
We operate a raw milk herd-share dairy. This bill is an example of the government overstepping their bounds and interfering with our privacy. We should not have to give the names of our herdshare members to the government.
Virginians: please take action as soon as possible because these bills could move quickly. Remember, calls are far more effective than emails, and they can take just a couple of minutes! Keep your calls short, polite, and clear. If you send an email, be sure to add a couple of sentences about your situation at the beginning to personalize it.
If you don’t know who represents you, go to whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov
Please contact your State Delegate and urge him or her to vote NO on HB 825.
Please also contact your State Senator and urge him or her to vote NO on SB 962.
The right to privacy is at stake: with this bill herdshare members’ names and addresses would be turned over to the government. Because herd shares are a closed loop arrangement, registration with the state should not be required since the direct relationship between farmers and shareholders makes traceability a non-issue. No other food is targeted in this way.
If passed, the bill would require that the consumers assume joint liability for all milk produced by the herd, which is completely inappropriate and unprecedented.
With HB 825, herd shares would be open to unwarranted premises and paperwork inspections and would have to adhere to yet-to-be-written stipulations put forward by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS).
This bill would negatively affect peoples’ rights to acquire the foods of their choice because some herd share sellers would likely be forced out of business.
Could this be the follow up to the Tide Pod Challenge?
This cow just discovered the best new toy 🐮💕
These guy's give an interesting workshop on how to straighten a pig's tail...😂🐷
Texas Farm Bureau
#SolarEclipse2017 ready! Share your photos of the eclipse with us in the comments!
We have a 1/4 of beef ready for pickup! $650.00 for all of it.
Look at that lovely grass .....
Get your deposits in Folks!!
Dunhaven Farm is taking Spring Beef Orders.
Cut to the buyers specifications. 1/4, 1/2 or whole for sale. They are 30 months old and weigh approximately 1000lbs (this translates to aged/trimmed/packaged weight of 600-750 pounds)
Ready for Pickup on March 25th, 2017
Mitchell Davis, Debbie Davis, Anne Thai, Kim Hudkins, Lisa Spoden, Tim Burke, Danny Torbett
“Dancing is how I stay warm in the barn,” Michael Lavery explained
For all those who live Nearby ... Come to my friends Sip and Shop in Beautiful Middleburg VA!! (please click the link for some reason it will not show the event picture when I post to my pages)
Alright Folks we are taking Beef Orders, We sell Whole, 1/2 or 1/4's cut to your specifications (with some limitations). 100% Grassfed, Humanely raised and processed. Non-Refundable Deposits Required! Please Message me or email to [email protected]!!
What a wonderful story. So much respect for these young ladies.
Hello Everyone!! Its that time of year .... Put in your orders for Fresh Grass-Fed Beef!! We will be sending 3 steers to butcher in Late October for processing ... We do REQUIRE a non-refundable deposit on orders!
For all of my farm friends out there, if you file a schedule F and have excess produce or meat you can donate to a food bank and get a TAX Credit....
19038 Loudoun Orchard Rd
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100% Grass-Fed Animal Welfare Certified Naturally & Humanely Raised Pricing: 1/2, 1/4 or whole Cow = 6.50 per pound Eggs: 5.50 per dozen - SOY FREE, Organic, pastured, Humanely Raised Individual Cut Pricing: Steaks Per pound --------------------- Rib steak $13.00 Rib eye steak 14.50 T-bone steak 14.50 Porterhouse steak 15.50 New York strip steak 14.00 Filet mignon steak 22.50 Sirloin steak 11.00 Boneless sirloin steak 12.00 Round steak 6.00 Flat iron steak 8.50 Roasts per pound _______________________ Tri-tip roast $14.50 Brisket 12.50 whole, half 6.25 Boneless rib roast 16.00 Rib roast 16.50 Boneless sirloin roast 12.00 Loin roast 12.00 Sirloin tip roast 10.00 Rump roast 6.50 Round roast 6.50 Eye-of-round roast 6.00 Top round roast 6.00 Arm roast 6.00 Chuck roast 6.00 Shoulder roast 4.00 Skirt steak Flank steak Hanger steak 5.00 Miscellaneous cuts ------------------- Ground beef 5.75 per pound Short Ribs 10.00 per pound Miscellaneous cuts Per pound ----------------------- Oxtail $ 7.50 Beef bones 3.00 Liver 3.50 Heart 2.50 Tongue 2.50 Suet: 4.50 Dog Bones 30.00 per bag