Products

We are excited to announce the offering of raw dairy!
Benefits of Raw Dairy Products
  • Conjugated linoleic acid(CLA), which has a number of health-promoting benefits, including anti-cancer activity
  • Phosphatase, an enzyme that aids and assists in the absorption of calcium in your bones, and lipase enzyme, which helps to hydrolyze and absorb fats
  • High amounts of omega-3 fats while being low in inflammatory omega-6
  • Beneficial raw fats, amino acids, and proteins in a highly bioavailable form, all 100 percent digestible
  • Vitamins (A, B, C, D, E, and K) in highly bioavailable forms. Also has a balanced blend of minerals (calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron) whose absorption is enhanced by live lactobacilli
  • Healthy unoxidized cholesterol
  • Healthy bacteria that are beneficial for your gastrointestinal tract
  • More than 60 digestive enzymes, growth factors, and immunoglobulins (antibodies). These enzymes are destroyed during pasteurization, making pasteurized milk harder to digest
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CHEESE                                                                             
Parmesan Sweet Grass

Availability: Parmesan & Sweet Grass in Stock!

PARMESAN - Our parmesan is made with pastuerized 100% grass fed Jersey milk. This full flavored craft has a tangy finish and a rich texture. Excellent on salads and highly recommended grated for pasta dishes, spaghetti sauces, pasta fillings, salads, and pizza.

100% GRASS FED RAW MILK : NON-GMO : NO PESTICIDES : NO HORMONES : FARM FRESH



100% Grass-Fed Beef                                                                                  
Availability: Contact Us Today!

We offer 100% grass-fed Angus steers by the quarter, half or whole. Customers ordering a half or whole steer may have their orders cut to their specifications. (Orders for quarter steers are standard cut.)  Beef orders are picked up at our farm - frozen, wrapped and boxed - ready for the freezer.  Frozen ground beef is available throughout the year, sold in 1 pound packages. Patties are also available seasonally, 12 per pack

At Broadrun Farms, we operate as a seasonal grazing herd, pasturing the animals 365 days a year. They are finished on baled grass hay and a high energy sorghum sudan grass (fresh forage, not a silage) for 1 month prior to processing. This allows the meat to develop a delicate marbling that enhances flavor and texture of the meat. Studies have shown that meat from animals fed grass have higher levels of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) and Omega 3, which are fatty acids that have been proven to aid in the fight against cancer and provide many additional health benefits.

You may reserve a steer (quarter, half or whole) by mailing in an order form. Because we are taking orders in advance, we are requiring a non-refundable deposit of $300 for steers per order. In other words, the deposit is the same for a quarter, half or whole. Your deposit will of course be credited to your final payment. Orders will be confirmed after the deposit has been received.

We anticipate the beef to be ready for pick up approximately 2 weeks after being sent to the butcher. These are large orders and we do not have adequate freezer space to hold orders. Customers must be available to pick up orders on the date we specify OR contact us to set up an alternate date and time.

Our price is $3.95 per pound on the hanging weight. (There is a $.15 per pound discount for paying with cash or check. The cash price is $3.75/lb hanging weight.) We anticipate these steers to range from 250 to 300 pounds per half, which would make your cost about $930 to $1,125 per half (cash price). Cost includes all processing and wrapping fees. We will contact you after the steers have gone to the butcher.

Beef freezes well for one year.

Grass-Fed Beef:

1. Available in whole, half, and quarter quantities. Purchaser agrees to pay $3.95/lb hanging weight. a. Average hanging weight for whole steer is 500-600 lbs.

i. Customers will call butcher with their own cutting instructions. b. Average hanging weight for half steer is 200-300 lbs.

i. Customers will call butcher with their own cutting instructions. c. Average hanging weight for quarter steer is 100-150 lbs.

i. Quarter steers are butchered via a standard cutting method. No special orders. ii. The listing below shows what is typically garnered from a quarter steer:

  1. Steaks (Porterhouse, T-Bone, Sirloin, Rib and Round) – 3⁄4 inch thick, 2 per package

  2. Roasts – 3 pounds each

  3. Ground beef – 1 pound packages, bulk only (between 20-30 lbs total per quarter)

  4. Boiling Meat – 2 packages

  5. Soup Bones – 2 packages

  6. Liver- 2 packages

  7. Organ Meats (Heart, Tongue or Tail) – One package will be available, choice

    may be limited.

Payment will be due-in-full at time of pick up or delivery. Deposits: If paying via credit card, a link will be sent to you after receipt of your order form. To pay via cash/check, deposits should be made payable to Kevin and Kelly Caldwell and mailed to address below.

Kevin and Kelly Caldwell, 393 Concord Circle Road, Beaver Falls, PA 15010






Milk-Fed Pork                                                                     
Availability: Late Fall

Market pigs are raised in an abandoned trench silo we call “Hog Heaven.” Pigs are naturally social animals and like to eat, bathe and “play” as a group. Hog Heaven is a large, fenced area where pigs are allowed to lay in mud, “root” and enjoy a quiet nap in the afternoon sunshine. Our pigs are fed a mixture of natural grains including corn, wheat, and soybeans; but most importantly, raw milk from our farm. Meat from milk-fed pork is creamier in taste. Hogs are sold by the half or whole and cut and smoked to your specifications. 

Pasture-Raised Chicken
Availability: Early Summer, Late Summer, Mid-Fall

Throughout the warm months, we purchase day-old chicks to raise as fryers or broilers. Our chickens are fed ground corn and other natural grains and water, while being housed outside on the pasture where they can peck for bugs and worms in the ground. (They are housed in a large, roofed, open air cage so they don’t get eaten by predators! The cage is on wheels and we move it every 2 days so they continually have fresh pasture to explore.)