Only the Best Grass-fed, Local Meat

We carry only the finest quality 100% grass fed beef from small farmers in and around the state of Georgia. We also carry local cuts of pork, chicken and lamb.

Local, grass-fed beefCommon cuts available include:

  • Tenderloin
  • Strip
  • Ribeye — Bone-in as well as Wagyu
  • Hangar steak
  • Tri-Tip or coulotte
  • White Oak Pastures ground beef
  • Eden Farms pork rack
  • Eden Farms pork loin
  • Eden Farms pork tenderloin
  • Springer Mountain whole chicken
  • Springer Mountain airline breast

Specialty cuts available upon request with a 24 to 48 hour turn around.  Specialty cuts Available:

  • Beef short ribs
  • Whole suckling pig
  • Baby back ribs
  • Lamb rack
  • Lamb shanks
  • Whole duck
  • Magret duck breast
  • Veal rack
  • Veal osso bucco
  • Venison loin
  • Venison rack

Please inquire about our pre-cut meat packages ranging from $80.00 to $150.00. Freezer ready and economical; these are custom cut with in 24 hours of ordering.

Learn More About Our Products

Our beef comes from a small ranch in Oregon named Painted Hills. Homer takes great care with his small ranch to produce a consistent, grassfed and all natural cow possible.

Eden Farms only sources Berkshire pigs which are known for their great marbling and flavor.

Pork pH has a great influence on palatability and of the meat.  Findings of a 2 year project shows Eden Farms 100% Berkshire pork has an average pH of 6.1 compared to the commodity pork with a more acidic pH around 5.7. This results in a more tender, juicy, and flavorful product.  This is achieved through superior genetics and limited animal stress.

Watch this video to learn more about Eden Farms Heirloom Berkshire Pork.

Springer Mountain Farms chickens are fed only a diet of corn and soybean; without the use of antibiotics, growth stimulants or hormones, or animal by-products. The corn and soybean meal is extensively tested not only for nutrient value, energy, protein, minerals, and amino acids, but also for numerous quality standards such as molds, moisture, grade of product, and pesticide contamination.

Best of all, they produce right here in Georgia!

Our lamb can be very local at times, but the farms are so small that it is a fleeting thing! When it’s not from our small, local farmers, it’s from Shepard’s — a domestic lamb farm in the U.S.A.