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Ground Beef for the Holidays!

EVERYONE KNOWS THAT GROUND BEEF MAKES A PERFECT CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR ANYONE ON YOUR LIST!

We have 1 lb packages of ground ready to go at $6.50 per lb.

Get them while supplies last! Contact us to place an order:
https://rockyhillfarmbeef.com/contact-us/

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Beef & Beer Happy Hour | Pickup day!

Get ready for the Holidays, it’s time for beef and beer happy hour! Plan to pick up your beef and share a drink at Rocky Hill Farm and Beef Friday, November 18th, 5-7:30 pm. 

Beef is currently aging and being prepared to your specification at the butcher and will be picked up from the butchers just hours before the beef and beer happy hour. If you can’t make it, reach out to us and we can make other arrangements!

You will receive your individual hanging weights and invoices in a separate e-mail so you can bring your check with you when we meet at the farm.

Didn’t order beef? That’s ok! Come out for the happy hour and meet the Rocky Hill Farm and Beef team and tour the farm. Want to be alerted for the next order in Spring 2017? Email us and ask to be added to our alert list.

Rocky Hill Farm- 897 Roberts Lane, Earlysville, VA 22963
Frank: 434-531-5094,  Mark: 602-524-2716

Please note GPS often takes you down a farm road that isn’t friendly- better to follow these directions: From Earlysville, bear Left onto Buck Mountain Road, go roughly two miles, Right onto Robert’s Lane (at Chestnut Ridge Subdivision)- farm at the end of Robert’s Lane- drive back to the shop!

Actually, Raising Beef Is Good for the Planet

BL9A0058People who advocate eating less beef often argue that producing it hurts the environment. Cattle, we are told, have an outsize ecological footprint: They guzzle water, trample plants and soils, and consume precious grains that should be nourishing hungry humans. Lately, critics have blamed bovine burps, flatulence and even breath for climate change…. It isn’t just that the alarm over the environmental effects of beef are overstated. It’s that raising beef cattle, especially on grass, is an environmental gain for the planet. READ MORE