Banbury Cross Farm meat is now used at Redendo’s Pizza, 116 Clowes Avenue, Goshen, NY 10924, 845-294-7787, in many some of their farm to table dishes, including their delicious Sausage Pepper Parm Hero, Philly Cheese, Chicken Topping, Chicken Parm Hero and more. Banbury Cross Farm meat is also available for purchase on the premises. Click here for details
News Archives - Banbury Cross Farm
We’re USDA SVS Grass Fed Program
United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, Livestock, Poultry, and Seed Program
Small and Very Small Producers Enrolled in the USDA Quality Assessment Division
Grass Fed Program (QAD 1020 Procedure) for Ruminant Livestock and
the Meat Products Derived from Such Livestock
Grass Fed Lambs and Yearling Lambs
Certificate No: GF7068AUB
Renewal Date: March 9, 2019
USDA Grass (Forage) Fed Claim for Ruminant Livestock and the Meat Products Derived from Such Livestock in accordance with the SVS Grass Fed Program.
Livestock: Cattle (Beef)
Calves and Yearlings
Verified by: Livestock, Poultry and Seed Program Quality Assessment Division
Certificate No: GF6204AUA Renewal Date: July 22, 2018
We have delicious meat: beef and lamb is available now, by the cut, assortment, or partial and whole animal. The beef has been dry aged, so you will receive incredible tenderness and flavor with every bite. You will also find that the meat is low fat. Our lamb is aged, tender and flavorful. Our 100 % grass fed meats are vacuum packed-sealed and frozen the moment they are processed.
All packages are shipped via FedEx. Allow up to 3 days to receive your shipment. Your order must be received a minimum of 24 hours prior to shipping. All meat is flash frozen within freezer boxes. Boxes will contain product, ice bags, and packaging material.
All orders under $135 ship for flat rate of $35. Order over $135 ship free! To pick up meat orders, please call 845-321-9054 to set up an appointment. There is a flat $7 handling fee aded to any order.
The clearing and grading of the ground for the ring, was completed this past fall. We carved into the hill, so the ring should be well protected from wind. This area was picked because it lends itself to a very tranquil setting for both horse and rider to enjoy working together in a peaceful, quiet setting. The ring will be top dressed / fenced shortly.
This is why we need to raise animals on a vegetarian diet!