We have been steadily working through our inventory of grass fed beef and currently have ground beef, sirloin, tip steaks, rib steaks, stew meat, soup bones, ox tail and other organ meat still available. As always we will deliver and email me for your order and pricing. The response for those who have tried the beef have been very excited and pleased. The ground beef has been getting rave reviews and all cuts have been very lean and flavorful.
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I have just loaded up our freezers with some of the best grass fed beef Highland County can produce. Processed by Blue Ridge Meats, the fine cuts have been wrapped in paper and the hamburger vacuum packed. These cuts are very lean and have been aged 22 days. I have simplified our pricing structure in the hopes of moving a lot of beef now in order to restock the freezers in another month.
We are now offering a one and one sale. For every pound of steak purchased we will add in a pound of ground beef for $7 per pound. So to 4 lbs of New York Strip, we add 4 pounds of hamburger for a total of 8 pounds costing $56. A real deal when you look at the individual cost for cuts such as New York Strip.
If you want to increase your savings, purchase 60 -120 pounds for $6.50 a pound. And for purchases over 120 pounds, the charge is $6.00 per pound.
And best of all you will get free delivery on all beef ordered. Also if you have some special needs, give me a call or send an email and we will try to work up what you need.
Here is a listing of the cuts I have available today. Some cuts are limited so order early for the best selection. Call me or send an email with your order and I will deliver!
1/2 lb packages
New York Strips
1 lb packages
2+ lbs packages
3+ lb packages
With the help of my very efficient web master, Frances Bevington, I have now created a “Products Fo r Sale Now” page where you can find everything that is growing or ready for sale at Sweet Rose. Currently everything is growing now and not for sale but that will change even if the crik does rise! I have gotten a lot of questions from friends about what I am growing and as you will see, all I could answer was lots of stuff! Since that answer was a a little less than satisfactory, I have listed the products and their expected next harvest dates on this page. Eventually I will include the yield of each harvest and the selling prices of the product, once the harvest begins. If this looks like a lot of work, it is! And that is just keeping this page up to date, never minding that pesky part of planting, growing and harvesting Certified Naturally Grown produce . I am going to give this inventory page a shot though, because I think this is what a educated and concerned consumer should consider when planning their food buying and menus. You deserve fresh and healthy food and I hope this page is a start in informing you what a local farmer can do for you in providing what is best for you and your family. Wish me luck!