Will-Sho Farm home of Finger Lakes Natural Beef
Our product at Will-Sho Farm is pasture raised, all natural black Angus beef. From our farm to your table.
Our animals are born and raised on pasture. Will-Sho Farm Black Angus beef comes with our guarantee that none of our animals have ever been given or fed growth hormones, ionophores, or any animal by-products. Antibiotics are only given to treat the rare animal that is sick, when medically necessary. We keep detailed records of our animals’ medical histories. We have handled the animals ourselves and have chosen the best stock to deliver the finest tasting meat. All Will Sho cattle, eat grass and their mothers’ milk for the first four to six months of their lives. When our cattle are unable to graze because of the seasonal weather of our Central New York farm, we feed them a mixture of sweet corn silage, a local forage based product (which is the whole sweet corn plant) and hay. Occasionally, we supplement with other natural feeds depending on their availability. All of our naturally raised beef is dry aged and hangs in the cooler in a controlled environment before processing.
We take orders for as little as an individual steak to a twenty-pound starter pack to a whole steer. Individual cuts are sold at the Syracuse Regional Farmer's Market in Syracuse or by appointment on the farm.
The 20 lb. freezer pack includes 8 pounds of ground beef, one roast and four steaks, as well as other cuts.
When you choose to eat meat from animals raised on pasture, you are improving the welfare of the animals, helping the environment, helping small-scale farmers in the Finger Lakes region make a living from the land, helping to sustain rural communities, and giving your family the healthiest possible food. It’s a win-win situation.
$4.00/lb HCW per half
-Available year round
What is HCW?
Hot carcas weight (HCW) is the weight taken immediately after slaughter, but before final trim. With beef for example, HCW is approximately 60% of live weight.