The farming partners of the Shenandoah Valley Beef Cooperative are committed to providing our customers with beef that is: locally raised; environmentally friendly; humanely produced; fresh and delicious. We are committed to doing what is best for our customers, our cattle and our families to maintain the integrity and sustainability of our farms.
Shenandoah Valley Farmers have the knowledge and work ethic to produce locally produced beef for Valley residents. They will produce a fresh, quality product that is locally raised, keeping more dollars in their pockets and a wholesome product on consumer plates.
Currently, animals are sold on a per carcass pound basis with approximately 85% due before slaughter and the balance plus the cost of packaging due at the time of pickup. The cooperative will offer whole animals, halves and split sides. A split side is half of the cuts from a half an animal (not the front or rear quarter). The price per pound is $2.25 based on carcass weight. A quarter will cost approximately $375, a half will cost approximately $750 and whole beef will cost approximately $1500, plus $0.65 per pound for packaging, hamburger patties are an additional $0.50 per pound of patties.
The animals offered for sale are grain finished on the Shenandoah Valley Farm they were born and raised on, with no antibiotics. The animals will be less than 25 months of age and have been pasture raised and fed grain and corn silage. They will be processed by T&E Meats in Harrisonburg and packaged to the customer's specifications.
To place an order or for more information, please contact Charlie Drumheller at (540) 487-0142.
No reviews available. Be the first!