We sell cuts of beef, pork, lamb, and chicken at our on-farm store from May thru October. Our on-farm store is open every day 9am-6pm from May thru October. Other months and hours we're almost always here, so feel free to call or email and we can pack an order for you to pick up.
November thru April we deliver to homes in the NYC metropolitan area and Delaware County. If you'd like to be notified about delivery dates, please join our mailing list.
Tired of choosing what to make for dinner? Let Stony Creek stock your freezer, so you can be more creative in the kitchen and spend less time at the store. Receive a box of meat from Stony Creek Farmstead once a month - Pasture-raised, Certified Organic Grain fed Pork and Chicken, and 100% grass fed Lamb and Beef!
We hand select a mix of cuts from the farm each month including but not limited to: nitrate-free bacon, pork sausages, beef steak, ground lamb, whole broiler chicken, ribs, and chops. When you sign up we will send you a survey so you can tell us more about your cooking style and preferences (if you want to opt out of one type of meat that’s okay!).
- Ground Beef, Lamb, and Pork
- Shoulder, Bottom Round, Chuck Roasts (beef)
- Short Ribs (beef)
- Spare Ribs (pork)
- Shoulder and Ham Roast (pork)
- Stew (beef and lamb)
- Shank and Shoulder (lamb)
- T-bone, Porterhouse, and Rib Steaks (beef)
- Brisket, Flank, Skirt (beef)
- Center Cut Chops (pork)
- Bacon and Sausage (pork)
- Rack, Loin and Rib Chops (lamb)
- Leg of Lamb
- Whole broiler chicken
A bit about our growing practices
Our animals live outside the vast majority of the time. There are a few exceptions. New chicks that are very young and need heat lamps live in the brooder room in the barn for a few weeks first. And when we separate young ewes so they don't get bred along with the mature ones they hang out in the barn and eat fresh hay through much of the Winter. Also, on the rare occasion that an animal is sick, sometimes the best place for care is in the barn, but not always.
Our ruminants, cows and sheep, enjoy a 100% grass diet. They roam our pastures for most of the year and when it gets cold they eat lovely hay bales that we harvest and make ourselves. Chickens and pigs also eat grass and bugs and dirt in our pastures and we supplement their diets with certified organic grains from Lakeview Organic Grains. We rotate our livestock a lot out on our pastures. This means that they move to new paddocks often so that they don't hurt the grass with lots of stomping around and so the grass can grow back quickly for another grazing session or for making hay. Some people call this management intensive grazing. But lots of considerations go into how often and where you can move animals - water access, herd size, vehicle access, shade and on and on. We work hard to ensure that we can keep raising animals for years and years with no fertilizers or pesticides or seed to revitalize our pastures. We let the animals do that by grazing, pooping and moving.