We are killing lots of beef this month, and wanted to run a special. Being a homeschool Mom I decided this would be a good math project for my daughter who is in the 8th grade. Here is what she came up with! Everyone who orders a 100# bulk order will draw for a coupon. All will be at least 5% off, some will be 10%, and one lucky customer will receive 20% off. Boy is she generous! He He So if you were thinking of stocking up on healthy delicious grass fed beef for the winter, now is your chance! I noticed beef prices were way up at the store, and ours are not going up, so come get your beef from us! Once you try it you will never go back. Just to be fair to my loyal by the cut customers, all orders less than 100# that are over$50.00 will receive $5.00 off! Special is good through the month of September!!
Todays favorite product is Shank Steak. The shank is a cut that is best slow cooked. It has a marrow bone in it, and slow cooking releases the marrow, and all its delicious flavor. I have a beef customer who is from Italy and told me of his childhood memories of eating Osso Buco, a famous Italian dish made with the shank steak. I had my butcher cut some out for him, and of course I had to cook some too. I had a recipe for Osso Buco in one of my cookbooks. I cooked it for my family and it was amazing! If you want to cook a healthy dish for your family, or impress your company with little effort, you should try Osso Buco! Shank Steak- $6.00 a pound
salt and pepper to taste
2 Tablespoons butter
2 Tablespoons olive oil
3 garlic cloves, peeled
2 twelve oz. bottles dark beer
1 - 28oz. can whole tomatoes
1 rosemary sprig and 1 thyme sprig
preheat oven to 300 degrees. Season shanks with salt and pepper. Heat butter and olive oil in heavy pot over high heat, then add shanks. Sear both sides until golden brown, set aside. Throw garlic cloves into pot, next add the beer. Allow to bubble and cook for 5 minutes. Return shanks to pot. Crush tomatoes with your handsand put them in pot. Toss in rosemary and thyme. Cover and put in oven 3 to 4 hrs, or until meat is fork tender and the sauce is rich and thick. Keep lid on until you are ready to serve. You can eat it alone, with risotto, or buttered noodles. It is delicious!
Every day this week I want to feature one of our new favorite products. This is at the very top of the list. This is an old fashioned bone in rib-eye. It is a rib-eye that has the baby back ribs attached. It is the best steak we have ever eaten! It cooks to perfection and the bone gives it a delicious flavor! Most butchers won’t give you bone in rib-eyes because they are so hard to vacuum seal, but since I work there and package our own meat. He cuts them out for me. You have to give them a try, I promise, you won’t be disappointed!! Old fashioned bone in rib-eyes- $9.75 lb.
husband and I own Palmer Farms Grass Fed Beef. Our beef is 100% grass fed from birth to finish. It is healthy, delicious, and affordable. It is
USDA inspected and comes frozen. You can buy by the cut, or in bulk. Today through July 31st we will give Starfish Orphan Ministry 15% of all sales.
You can find all our prices and info on the products and prices page of this website. We also have an etsy store where we sell tallow face cream, and
pure tallow. Grass fed tallow makes a healthy cooking oil, and the flakiest pie crusts you will ever eat. The face cream is pure grass fed tallow, organic
olive oil and the scent of your choice. Grass fed tallow is very close to the make up of our skin, it moisturizes wonderfully, and helps dry cracked skin.
I love it as a lip balm. I also have Dried, or fresh alfalfa leaves. Alfalfa is all natural, no chemical sprayed and makes a healthy delicious tea. It has been
prescribed for years for kidney stones, lactation, bladder issues, cholesterol, inflammation,thyroid, and many more. My kids even like it. The post under this one has a link to my etsy store, so you can look around.
Just pick out what you like, let me know, and you can order it with your beef. I am giving Starfish 15 % of all etsy sales as well! I have a large supply of beef, but if several people want bulk orders which is 100lbs or more
you get it cheaper, but may have to wait a few weeks for delivery. Everyone that purchases 25 lbs. or more will be put in a drawing for a free 6 lb. brisket worth $35.00! If you live in Paducah, I can deliver the beef to the starfish office parking lot after the fundraiser is over on Friday August 2 from 4:00-6:00 pm, , or if you can’t make it that day, or just want to come to the farm to visit you are more than welcome to come pick up your meat. . We live between Benton and Murray . We also ship if you are long distance. I am so excited to sell you some healthy beef, and make money for Starfish Orphan Ministry!!! They are selfless ladies who do what they do for the Glory of God!
All my contact info is on the website, and don’t forget to tell your friends!! Thanks, Stacie
Jessie and I have opened an Etsy Store to sell our grass fed Tallow products! We have face , and body lotion, lip balm, pure tallow, and tallow candles. Please look us us at http://www.etsy.com/shop/GrassFedTallowShop If any of my local customers want to place an order, just let me know, and I will get it made for you. We add the tallow, a few drops of organic olive oil, and a scent of your choice if you want one. Grass fed tallow has unsaturated fats, that is very much like the makeup of our skin. It absorbes right in and feels great on skin, and lips. It is also good for dry, cracked or itchy skin, I love it, and so do the customers who have been using it. It last a long time, and a little goes a long way! I am also selling some of our all natural dried alfalfa leaves. I hand pick them, dry them in the sun, then sell them in 1 lb. bags. Alfalfa makes a delicious and healthy tea. Our alfalfa has not been sprayed with any chemicals! There is a good picture of it above. You can also find it on our etsy store. It has been prescribed for years to aid in digestion, lactation, kidney stones, thyroid problems, and many other things. I also wanted to let everybody know, I have some beef on hand, and we ship too, if anybody you know is interested. Thanks, Stacie
We practice strip grazing on our farm whenever possible. It is a very effecient way to graze cattle, and get the most out of your pastures. This is a 10 acre field of Alfalfa. We have our field divided into several paddocks. With a hot wire fence in front of them and one behind them. This limits them to only a small amount of the field at one time. That is important in many ways. First, they are not trampling on the grass they’ve already ate, and it can start putting on new growth. Also they do a much better job of grazing off the grass when they only have a small area to eat. We have the electic fence posts welded to disk blades so all we have to do is scoot the fence over a few feet every couple of hours. When you move the fence over, they line up across the field like they are at a buffet line. It is so fun to watch them. They have even figured out how far they can eat under the fence without getting shocked. Oh, how they love alfalfa!!
I am very blessed to have such great beef customers. A large percentage of you are Moms who are trying to feed your families healthy, farm fresh foods. I love being your supplier for grass fed beef! Our business is branching out and we recently started selling to a group of Moms in Evansville IN. Hope you ladies that have already picked up your beef are enjoying it! I enjoyed meeting you. I met a new little friend, Fiona. She is around two years old. We went up to the stable, and petted a bottle fed calf, and I made her some cow pies (aka no bake cookies) To those of you making the trip in a couple of weeks I am excited to meet you as well! To my customers in western KY, and West Tn, thank you for faithfully driving to my house to purchase your beef, and supporting a local farm family! We appreciate your business, and always look forward to your next visit!! Stacie
This is a picture of some of our biggest steers and heifers on our finishing farm. They spend the winter eating stockpiled fescue grass on about 30 acres. We check them everyday and give them a few bales of alfalfa hay. Some of them will eat out of our hand. We take pride in our cows, and our beef customers are always welcome to jump in the pickup truck with us, and go for a tour. Just be careful, we may put you to work!! Ha!
I have a little beef left, and will have more around the first of March. If you need any, you better get your order in! Stacie