724.587.3763

Weatherbury Farm
Pasture-Raised Grass-Fed and
Grass-Finished Meats 

 Grass-Fed Beef :       Order Form      Cuts & Price List
Grass- Fed Lamb (waiting list):       Order Form
      Cuts & Price List

  Health & Environmental Benefits of Grass-fed Meats         

Purchasing Considerations when buying grass-fed beef

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Thanks to both our loyal returning customers and our new customers for supporting Weatherbury Farm grass-fed and grass-finished meats.

As always, all orders are for pick-up at Weatherbury Farm when ready. Please complete the order form and mail it with your deposit check.

Grass-Fed Beef: We are taking a orders for December 2016 grass fed beef (We are sold out of August 2016 beef). 
     2016 Cuts & Price List
     2016 Order Form

About Weatherbury's farm practices: At Weatherbury Farm, our cows eat lush succulent grass as they rotate through small 2-3 acre pastures every several days. The grass is certified organic and has not been sprayed with herbicides and/or pesticides. 

Weatherbury cows are grass-fed and grass-finished.  They never eat grain.

In 2009, Weatherbury Farm's pastures, hay lands and crop lands were certified organic; we have, however, been farming without herbicides, pesticides, and chemical fertilizers since 1988.  Our cows and sheep eat certified organic grass & hay and are bedded on certified organic straw.  They receive no artificial steroids, growth hormones or antibiotics.  As a certified organic farm, we do not use pesticides or herbicides.

In 2012, Weatherbury Farm was awarded PCO's (Pennsylvania Certified Organic) sustainability Award.

Weatherbury Farm overview: Weatherbury Farm is a family owned beef and sheep farm located southwest of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Certified organic grains which are milled into flour are also raised.) After 20 years of  a cow-calf operation we changed our operation in 2007 to producing grass-fed beef for sale directly to the consumer.  In 2008, we began offering grass-fed lamb for sale.

Purchasing Weatherbury Farm Grass-fed Meats: Beef and lamb is available by pre-order only and can be picked up at the farm when ready. Grass-fed freezer beef is sold by the half and split quarter, please see our beef cut list for details. For details on our grass-fed freezer lamb (waiting list for 2016), please see the lamb cut list.  To place an order, please download our beef order form or our lamb order form and mail it with your deposit check.

Our 2016 freezer beef is affordably priced at $8.45/pound (half) and $8.70/pound (split quarter) and our 2016 freezer lamb at $12.45/pound.

We've put together some additional information on purchasing considerations to help your with your buying decision.

When we began our grass-fed adventure, we were really excited about the health benefits of grass-fed beef and the environmental benefits of rotational grazing; shortly after however, taste and tenderness  shot to the top of our list. We have had great reports from our customers on both the beef and lamb; many of our orders were orders each year are from satisfied customers (from 2007 through 2015).

Grass-fed beef will usually requires 30% less cooking time because it is leaner and richer in healthy fats, which melt quicker at a lower temperature than fats in conventional beef.  All orders come with cooking instructions. 

Grass-Fed Lamb -- Sold out for 2016:  We are sold out of 2016 lamb.  To be included on the waiting list, should more lamb become available, please send an order form (without a check).
     2016 Cuts & Price List
     2016 Order Form

Grass-Fed Beef Hamburger:  Will probably be available in September 2016.  When it is available again, it may be purchased in 10 pound increments (10 one pound packages) for $65.00.  (The hamburger is quite popular and goes really fast. Availability of our December 2013 grass fed hamburger was announced at 5 PM on December 12; we were sold out by 11 AM December 13th. Our March 5 2015 offering, which was nearly three times as large, sold out in nine hours. The October 2015 offering sold out in 8 hours.)

Eggs:  Our certified organic free range eggs are now available.

When eggs are available, please email or phone us to let us know how many dozen you would like, so we can put them aside for you. The eggs are quite popular and there may be a wait of a week or more until the eggs you have requested are available. Please do not come to the farm to pickup eggs unless your have confirmed availability via phone or email.

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 Grass-Fed Beef :       Order Form      Cuts & Price List
Grass- Fed Lamb (waiting list):       Order Form
      Cuts & Price List

  Health & Environmental Benefits      Purchasing Considerations  

About Weatherbury Farm      Media Accolades      News       Contact us       Visit us on facebook         

 Weatherbury Farm -- explore our other possibilities: 

               Certified Organic Grains and Flour         
 Farm Stays                     

Weatherbury Farm
1061 Sugar Run Road
Avella, Pennsylvania 15312

phone: 724.587.3763

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