What is the Farm Share?
Local community working together to purchase a whole animal broken down into smaller shares. Each animal produces approximately 8-10 of each share: Ribeye, Porterhouse, Sirloin, & Chuck Roast. No longer a need to maintain a large freezer or convince other family/friends to go in on a whole/half/quarter cow.
Why do we rotate shares?
Rotating shares allows us to provide the freshest beef possible to our local community. As we process animals every month the beef you receive is recently picked-up from the local USDA processor and delivered on the 3rd/4th Saturday. This strategy allows our Farm to not have to store beef for long periods of time until the desired cut is finally sold and overall quality is reduced. Not to mention, your family has the opportunity to try various cuts of beef on a regular basis.
What is your delivery area?
We only delivery to Prattville, Millbrook, Wetumpka, Montgomery and surrounding nearby areas.
When are Monthly Farm Shares Delivered?
Every 3rd Saturday for Prattville including nearby areas: Millbrook, Deatsville, Marbury, Booth, Pine Level, Clanton, Wetumpka (Left side of Jordan Lake)
Every 4th Saturday for Wetumpka (Right Side of Jordan Lake), Eclectic, and Montgomery
What if I am not available for Saturday delivery?
Not a problem, when the delivery confirmation is sent we can schedule an alternate day/time. Also, if you know you will be returning home on the day of delivery a cooler can be left out to safely store the beef until you return home.
How to manage my Farm Share account?
In order to learn how to manage your farm share account, please the Account Help FAQ page. However, you must be signed in to access this page.
Do you offer local delivery?
Yes, we offer FREE local delivery as part of the Farm Share program.
Do you offer shipping?
No, our primary mission is to offer beef to the local community.
Are the cattle Grass-Fed?
Yes, our cattle are Grass-Fed; however, the last ninety days before they are sent to the USDA processor we feed them a daily grain ration along with unlimited access to hay and pasture. During the finishing processes, the animals are not pinned up and stuffed with grain. We also use free-range chickens to help keep the pasture clean.
How is our Beef Processed?
The USDA processor is located in Headland, AL. Southern Meat Processing dry-ages, vacuum seals and packages the beef. They are not your typical grocery store processor. Dry-aging improves the tenderness and flavor of beef. Please visit Wikipedia dry-aging page to learn more.
What type of animals do you raise?
All our animals are mainly Angus, Angus/Cross breeds that traditionally produce better marbling for better quality Beef.
What age is the animal when it is sent to the processor?
All our animals are typically between 20-26 months of age. Did you know cattle at 30 months of age have a higher chance of having Mad-Cow disease or BSE? The FDA has implemented regulations to prohibit the use of spinal cord from cattle 30 months of age. Notice all our steaks still have the bone-in, especially the T-Bones.
Do you have a facebook page?
Yes, follow us on Facebook for beef availability, processing dates, exclusive deals, and promotions.
Do you have a Pinterest page?
Yes, follow us on Pinterest for great beef recipes.
Do you have an Instagram page?
Yes, follow us on Instagram for farm and event photos.
Do you have a Youtube page?
Yes, watch us on Youtube for behind the scenes videos.
Do you offer wholesale pricing?
No, our primary mission is to sell directly to local consumers.