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(CLICK) for our farmstead meat price list
A 2% sales tax will be added to all meat sales.
Our customers enjoy coming to the farm to make their purchases so that they can watch the animals whose pastures surround the store. These are the same animals from which we get the milk to make the cheese and soap and the meat for our freezers. Visitors often bring friends and family to show off where they shop locally.

Quality, thoughtfully-raised meat has seen a huge surge in demand lately. Along with our farming neighbors, we have known about great-tasting homegrown meat all along. With the addition on the Farm Store, we are now able to share the opportunity for cooking farmstead meats with our local customers.

What is Farmstead Meat?
Farmstead meat is meat which comes from our own herd or flock.

We process one cow, two to three lambs and approximately 30 chickens at a time and do not sell beef or lamb whole, by the half or by the quarter. Our chicken is normally only available in the Fall. All of our beef, lamb and chicken 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 beef cattle are taken to a local meat processor, M. L. Mitchell & Son Meat Processing in Walnut Cove, 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. For example, there is usually one steak per package and our hamburger is in one pound packages. Packages are sold by weight and package weight will vary slightly.

Our beef cattle are raised on grass only with free choice minerals provided. Any hay they receive, only if grass is covered by snow, is grown on our farm using no sprays or commercial fertilizers.

Our sheep and goats 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.


Our chickens are pasture raised and supplemented with laying pellets and scratch grains. Poultry is taken to either Chauldhry in Siler City, NC and processed Halal or delivered to the Foothills Pilot Plant in Marion, NC. The Marion Plant is Animal Welfare Approved by the Animal Welfare Institute. The chicken is also USDA inspected and it is available for purchase in our Farm Store. It is vacuum sealed, labeled and frozen by our processor. Packages are sold by weight and package weight will vary.
Useful Links:
Grass-fed Beef:
Grass-Fed Basics
Score Ten for Grass-Fed Beef
Pasture raised Lamb:
Benefits of Pasture Raised
Johnny and Robin Blakley (owners of Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery, LLC) are both certified Poultry and Meat Handlers through the Meat and Poultry Inspection Division of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as of December 6, 2011.

Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery, LLC
Farmstead Goat Dairy
3255 Buffalo Creek Farm Road
Germanton, NC 27019
336.969.5698
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