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On February 16, we took 4 steers to be processed at Cypress Valley Meat Company in Romance, AR. Lee at Cypress Valley said the back strap of the carcasses looked very good! The carcasses dry aged for 2 weeks before the meat was cut up into different selections. All the meat is USDA Inspected & the Flying C pays for the processing fee. The beef is now ready to be sold, and the new prices and selections available are below. Again, this meat is home grown at the Flying C Ranch and USDA inspected.Click here to read more.
FARM FRESH BEEF - available now! The Flying C Ranch is selling whole, half, and quarter steers. Prices will be determined by current market price, and the beef is sold on carcass weight. Our beef is processed through Cypress Valley Meat Company in Romance, AR. It is USDA inspected, dry aged, and sold on carcass weight. There is NO processing fee involved. The 4 steers we took to Cypress Valley Meat Company on April 1 had an average carcass weight of 757.5 pounds with the price locked in atClick here to read more.
We started selling Farm Fresh, Pasture Raised Beef on April 1, 2015. We sell Whole, Halves, or Quarters. All the meat is USDA inspected, dry aged. sold on the carcass weight and there is no processing fees. The price of the beef is determined by the current Market when we take the beef in to be processed. We took 4 steers to the Cypress Valley Meat Company on April 1 and the price got locked in at $5.00 per pound. We have a half of beef that has not been sold at this time, if anyone isClick here to read more.
We just wanted to take a minute to thank all our loyal customers. With your help, we were able to harvest over 35,000 pounds last season. Our orchard opened to the public Saturday, November 2, 2013, and closed for the season Saturday, December 28, 2013. We had a great year, and we appreciate everyone who came out to pick. We cannot wait to see what this year holds! Our trees are pruned, we've invested in new equipment, and we are looking for 2014 to be our best year yet!Click here to read more.