Sweet Stem Farm

Uncommonly Good Pork, Lamb & Beef. Humanely-Raised & Pasture-Fed

Sweet Stem Farm is part of a multi-generational family farm occupying 118 acres of prime farmland just west of Ephrata in Lancaster County, PA. On 60 intensively managed acres of the farm, we produce some of the best tasting, humanely raised meat in our region.

We offer pork, beef and lamb from animals raised with extraordinary attention to their health and welfare. Our animals are all raised without the use of sub-therapeutic antibiotics and are free of synthetic hormones.

We believe our high-touch approach to animal care is responsible for the superb eating quality of our products.

Our beef cattle are 100% grass-fed. Our lambs are raised mostly on pasture where they eat grass along with a bit of grain. We raise our pigs in Global Animal Partnership (GAP) approved greenhouse-style hoop barns.

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Listing last updated on Feb 29, 2012

We are part of a local food movement that works to respect everything it is intimately connected with, including the environment, the animals, the people that work with them and the people that eat our meat. This kind of farming is described variously as local, sustainable, humane and eco-friendly. Whichever term you use, it's a way of life for us.

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All our meat products are sustainably raised without hormones or antibiotics. Beef is 100% grass-fed. We deliver pork, beef and lamb to the Philadelphia area each Tuesday.

We sell retail cuts from our general inventory ; or, we can accommodate custom cutting instructions for whole pigs. Whole lambs are also available on a limited and seasonal basis for custom cutting.

For more detailed information, please call 717-733-4279, or email at sales@sweetstemfarm.com.



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