Parting Ridge Farm

   Grassfed Beef and Lamb

     Pasture-Grazed, Healthy, Humane

 

~Providing healthy beef to a tri-state area for over 25 years~

We at Parting Ridge Farm believe in sustainable agriculture, raising animals gently and organically. Our cattle graze in lush, quiet meadows and are given fresh pasture daily. We supplement with organic kelp and let nature do the rest.

Our cattle are raised in the manner that nature intended, providing you with a healthier choice. 

Our beef is dry-aged, sold by the quarter, half, or whole. It is cut, wrapped and frozen to your specifications. Purchasing beef this way is the most economical way to buy beef!

We sell Angus grassfed beef once a year, for December harvesting. Reserve your own beef in the summer/fall. It is ready for you to pick up in early January.

Our beef is not boxed and stored to sell year round.  You know that the product you receive has not been frozen for months beforehand.  You know that your beef is not the product of several different cattle, and is yours immediately after freezing.

Grassfed lamb, also custom-processed, is sold by the whole lamb, no halves.

We use no routine antibiotics no growth hormones, and raise our animals on organic pastures, in quiet meadows and mountaintops. We believe in a stress-free environment. Our cattle move quietly and calmly because they are used to our care.

For those who still prefer corn finished beef we have the same healthy grassfed beef finished on corn, harvested in late February.

Our farm is located on both sides of the Virginia-West Virginia border. Our products are processed and available for pickup at Valley Meat Processor in Harrisonburg, VA.

 

 

 

Our cattle graze these grassy fields in the winter. They don't depend on less nutritional hay, because we use rotational grazing practices that extend the grazing season.

 

 Sustainable agriculture provides us with fresh, lush pastures as seen here in our spring time photo.

Our cattle, with their fuzzy winter coats, grazing on fresh grass in December.