Our Certified Organic farm is in Allegheny Township, Westmoreland County. We are located 30 miles NE of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania near Apollo / Vandergrift / Lower Burrell.
We breed and raise Certified Organic 100% grass fed Hereford-Angus Beef Cattle which rotationally graze our 15 pastures through the growing season and eat our certified organic hay all winter. The result is slow grown, healthy, flavorful beef.
We dry age all of our beef and sell the final product in mixed increments of 1/8 of an animal, which amounts to ~42 lb box. A 40 lb box has about 8-9 lbs of steaks (~2 NY Strips, 2 Fillet Mignons, 1 Sirloin, a few Short ribs, and 2 Delmonicos), about 8-9 lbs of roasts (chuck, rump or top round), 3 lbs of stew meat and the balance of the tastiest lean ground beef you have ever had in ~1 lb pkgs.
Flank, Brisket, Heart, Liver, Tongue, Stew Bones available upon request.
All steaks and roasts are individually vacuum packed using highest quality materials available. Each cut is labeled for easy identification and use.
We are focussed on highest levels of premium quality but have limited annual capacity. Our Farm and Cattle are Certified Organic and our cattle are 100% Grass Fed. Our beef is Dry Aged - taking orders for 2015 now. Please contact us for pricing and timing details.
You can pick up your beef at our farm.
150 Johnson Road Leechburg PA 15656
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I urge anyone to give Starr Valley Farm's beef a try. Once you taste it, you will never go back to corn fed again.
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