Roberts' Big Oak Farm is a 4th generation family farm where we raise Black Angus beef cows. Our cows are raised as nature intended on our family's 200+ acre farm in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. We are located 1/2 hour drive north/east of Charlotte, NC or a 15 minute drive south/east of Concord, NC.
We sell Black Angus farm raised beef on the hoof or by the hanging weight. You can pick out and pick up your Angus Beef at the farm or we can deliver to the processing facility of your choice. If you want only a half or quarter cut of beef find a neighbor willing to share or give us a call and maybe we can find someone with whom you can Cow Pool.
We also offer Local Honey as well as farm fresh brown eggs when available.
Roberts' Big Oak Farm was awarded the Cabarrus County Soil and Water District Conservation Farm Family of the year for 2009 due to our conservation practices.
If your interested in more information call or come by for a visit.
We have Angus Beef for sale. We normally sell on the hoof or by hanging weight but we have had several request for smaller amounts - so we now sell beef by the package. Call for availability and pricing.
Any questions or request call the farm number 704-788-9045 or my cell 443-532-8184.
All Natural Pasture Raised Angus Beef & Free Range Fresh Brown Eggs.
We do sell packaged beef from the farm when available - call for availability and pricing.
Bulk Order prices are based on carcass weight.
Whole beef: $2.50/lb, Half beef: $3.00/lb, Quarter beef: $3.25/lb.
A whole beef carcass weighs approximately 550lbs.
Processing is not included in bulk order prices but we will deliver to a processor in the county at no charge and out of the county for a small fee to cover fuel ($50.00).
Average processing fees for whole Beef are: $45 kill fee & $0.65/lb. (carcass weight)
Pastured raised Black Angus Beef and Farm Fresh Brown Eggs.
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To celebrate the first Thanksgiving in my new house, I decided to buy a Heritage turkey from Big Oak Farm. Not only was this the first Heritage bird to roast, it was my first turkey to prepare of any kind! It was a success, to say the least.... [more]