Friday, April 8, 2016
Locally Grown Beef: 10% Off Mother Earth News Fair Week Sale!
The Ethical Meat Handbook, by my friend Meredith Leigh. She will be speaking at the event and I am sure many people will be inspired by her presentation to try a new recipe with locally grown meat.
That inspired Glen and me to offer a Mother Earth News Fair week sale on our pasture-raised, Black Angus beef.
Mention Mother Earth News Fair when you order and you will receive 10% off our regular prices. Offer good through April 17.
The sale prices are:
Quarters (average weight of 89 lbs) for $7.65 per pound
20 lbs of ground beef (1 lb packages) for $6.52 per pound
Liver for $2.70 per pound
(plus 2% sales tax)
The quarters are sold by finished, packaged weight and do not include dog bones, soup bones, or ribs (so more meat!). An average quarter contains 6 ribeye steaks, 8 NY strip steaks, 6 filets, 1 round steak, 1 sirloin steak, 2 sirloin tip roasts, 1 London broil, 2 chuck roasts, 2 arm roasts, 6 stew beef (1 lb pkgs), and 50 ground beef (1 lb pkgs).
We raise a few Black Angus steers at a time on Our Tiny Farm in Etowah, NC. They eat the grass on their pastures and locally grown hay in the winter. The steers were harvested late last fall; dry-aged for two weeks, butchered, vacuum-packed and frozen at a local USDA inspected facility. The beef is boxed and being held in commercial deep freezers at a local facility.
For more information or to order email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our beef blog page. You can pick up at the farm or we will meet you in Hendersonville or the Asheville Airport area.