BRADENVILLE, Pa. — Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture Farm-Based Education will present Beef Butchery for Farmers and Chefs Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in Bradenville, Pa.
In this workshop, held at the John and Sukey Jamison’s certified USDA-certified processing plant, attendees will learn the intricacies of beef butchery, as the Jamisons and their butchers break down a side of beef into the major cuts.
Participants will take home five pounds of an assortment of prepared cuts of grass-fed beef to cook at home.
This workshop provides the opportunity to learn more about grass-fed beef, butchering and quality cuts of meat.
PASA members and students pay $100, which includes lunch. A Membership & Field Day Combo is $125. When you purchase an individual PASA membership by selecting this option, you are automatically registered for this field day. Nonmember registration is $150. For information or to register call 814-349-9856.
The Jamisons have been raising grass-fed lambs on Jamison Farm in western Pennsylvania for more than 30 years. They own and operate a USDA inspected plant where they process their lamb and produce various lamb products such as soup, stews, and lamb sausages that are shipped nationwide.Learn more about cuts of beef and butchering at Oct. 28 workshop
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