ATTENTION: World Hunger Relief is now taking orders for bulk meat. We are excited to offer halves and quarters of our grass-finished beef, as well as whole goat and halves of our pastured heritage pork. BULK MEAT PRICE INFORMATION: $400/quarter, $100 deposit (~100 lbs in cuts) Pork: $250/half, $75 deposit (~60 lbs in cuts) Goat: Based on live weight market prices.
These prices do not include fees for processing. Any slaughter, butchering, packaging and delivery fees will be paid by the customer directly to Homestead Land and Cattle, Co.
If you are interested in placing an order for a beef quarter, half pig or whole goat, contact us and we’ll get a contract started for you. Please direct all inquiries to:
The World Hunger Relief began raising cattle in 2007. We keep our cattle pastured year round and provide them with free-choice minerals and no supplemental grain. They enjoy a mix of oats and rye in the winter and sorghum sudan grass in the summer. Cattle are individually selected and slaughtered at an age to maximize tenderness, taste and nutrition. Grass-finished beef is available as steaks, roasts, and ground.
Grade A Raw Goat Milk $5.00 per half gallon
Our small grade-A dairy milks only eight goats at a time. This scale allows us to pay close attention to the health and nutrition of each animal, ensuring a high-quality, nutrient-dense raw product. Our dairy herd spends every day on pasture, and is supplemented with free-choice goat minerals and with minimal amounts of grain. We have milk available for retail sale at the farm, and offer weekly reservations with price discounts for frequent customers.
Along with our goat milk we also sell grass fed goat meat, which is available ground as well as in sausage and chops.
Honey – $14.00 per pound.
Out here at the World Hunger Relief Farm we have 9 thriving bee hives. Our back pasture is littered with mesquite trees that bloom in late spring and early summer. Our bees use the nectar from these mesquite blossoms to make their award-winning honey. We harvest honey in July shortly after the mesquite trees are finished blooming.