Great selection of Beef and Pork
We have a couple quarters ready to be purchased.
#410B-2 Hanging weight of 187.5lbs with a cost of $937.50/SOLD
#742A-2 Hanging weight of 205.5lbs. with a cost of $1027.50/SOLD
Whole and half pigs available as well for $3.95 per lb of the hanging weight. Processed through a USDA Butcher Shop.
Call or email for more information
New Hay for Sale
White’s Farm is now offering hay for sale. Good feed for horses or any livestock.
We have available 1st crop 4×4 round bales and 1st crop square bales as well as 2nd crop square bales.
Call for more information or time to pick up here at the farm. Contact Kara @ 432-2053
309 Deering Ridge Road, Shapleigh
Our cattle are hormone and antibiotic free and are processed in a federally inspected USDA facility. They are sold by the whole, side or quarter and we also offer small packages. You have it cut to your specifications (steaks, roasts, size of packaging, etc.) and pick it up in at the farm in Shapleigh, Me. (The cost for cutting to your specifications is $6.00 per pound based on the hanging weight or for $5.50 per lb. we complete cut instructions)
The quarters are mixed quarters, meaning you receive a quarter of beef with cuts from both the front and hind ends. When purchasing a quarter the customer doesn’t have the option of having it cut to their specifications. We have quarters available with plenty of cuts and burger as well as the option of roasts or no roasts depending on what is preferred. The price is $5.50 per pound, hanging weight by the quarter beef (our cut instructions)
Note: the finished cut weight will be 30 – 40% less than the hanging weight. Taking into account each animal finishes differently and depending on how you fill out your cut sheet and how much bone/ fat is discarded by the butcher will all play a factor in how the animal yields. For example, a side would weigh between 350 and 450 pounds and cost $1,980 at the 360 pound mark. This processed beef with the hanging weight of 360 yielded 265 pounds (73%) of useable cuts. Generally, cuts are: 60% steaks, roasts, and stew and 40% ground beef.
Beef packages are sold at a different price per lb. by the individual cut.
A quarter of beef pictured below.
Time to stock up the freezer