We will have more beef boxes available end of April, email to reserve one! This will be our last round until September!

Looking for certified organic, locally grown beef?

We have two options available for purchase,

1) a small (15#) or large (50#) box of assorted cuts of beef or
2) a 1/4 of 1/2 cow share

Small Box (15lbs)
This is a great option for a single or couple, or for those without an additional freezer.
Box includes 10 lbs of ground beef, and 5 lbs of steaks (a variety of steaks, generally 3-4 total, minimum of one choice cut per box).
The cost is $135.

Large Box (50lbs)
This is great for a family, those who like to entertain and/or those who like to plan ahead. Also a great option to go in on with a neighbor or friend!
Large box option includes 30lbs of ground beef, and 20lbs of assorted steaks and roasts.  
The cost is $450.



Interested in a ¼ or ½ share of a cow? We can help you with that!

Always a great option for those who like to stock up their freezers and be able to pull meat out all season long!

Price is $5 per pound hanging weight

Hanging weight is the weight we get from the butcher, when the animal is dressed but not cut and packaged. A general rule of thumb is your TAKE HOME amount is 60-65% of the hanging weight.

So for example,

if you have a cow that’s 1,000 pounds hanging weight, take home weight will be roughly 600-650 pounds for the whole cow.

If you purchase a ¼ cow, you’ll pay $1,250 (for the 1,000 pound animal hanging weight) with take home weight coming in at around 150 pounds (1/4 of take home 600pounds).

We raise healthy organic grassfed animals!! They do get a wiff of organic grain when they come into the barn, but 99%+ of their diet is lush grass, and good hay that we put up all summer long!

If you’re interested in purchasing, or have any further questions feel free to email us @

To reserve contact Suzanne at

Availability is limited.

Pick up will be at the farm with pickup times arranged in advance via email/phone.
Cash/ local check made to Woodard's farm due at pick up. 

Thank you, and thank you for supporting local agriculture!