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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Farmstead Pastured Lamb

We process two to three lambs at a time and do not sell lamb whole, by the half or by the quarter. All of our lamb is sold by the cut and the meat is rotated using FIFO (First In - First Out) procedures to keep the best meat available for our customers. Since we sell what we raise and carry limited amounts of meat, we encourage you to email or call for the availability of particular cuts before coming to the Farm Store

Our sheep are pasture raised and supplemented with grain. Hay for the winter months is grown on our farm using no sprays or commercial fertilizers. Our lambs are taken to a local meat processor, Vealco in Madison, NC for processing. Our meat is USDA inspected and it is available for purchase in our Farm Store. It is vacuum sealed, labeled and frozen by our processor in portion quantities per package. Packages are sold by weight and package weight will vary slightly. Vealco is also Animal Welfare Approved by the Animal Welfare Institute.
(CLICK) for our farmstead meat price list.  A 2% sales tax will be added to all meat sales
Typical Cuts include:
Shoulder Chops
Loin Chops
Rib Chops
Leg of Lamb
Boneless Leg of Lamb
Ground Lamb
Stew Lamb
Organ Meat (Heart, Tongue, Liver)
Organ Meat (Kidneys)
Soup Bones

Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery, LLC
Germanton, NC 27019

Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery is located on Buffalo Creek Farm Road in Germanton, NC near the intersection of Hwy 65 and Hwy 8 (Germanton Road) at the Forsyth / Stokes County line. We are a few miles north of Winston-Salem and a short drive from Rural Hall, King, Walkertown, Kernersville, Walnut Cove, Danbury, High Point, Greensboro, Pilot Mountain, Mt. Airy and other communities in the Piedmont of North Carolina and Virginia. In our on site Farm Store, we have both raw milk aged goat cheese and fresh chevres, grass fed beef, pastured lamb and pastured free range eggs along with our handmade goat's milk soap and other local goodness.

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