Friday, April 8, 2016

Locally Grown Beef: 10% Off Mother Earth News Fair Week Sale!

The Mother Earth News Fair is in Asheville, NC this weekend and seems like everyone is talking about growing their own food or buying locally grown food. Locally grown meat is on the forefront this year. Much of that has to do with the success of the book, 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 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.

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