Dry Aged Beef
Dry Aged Premium Beef
~We are Organically Minded, Pasture Based, and GMO-Free~
~Our promise to you is to always deliver the highest quality product, in a timely and professional fashion~
~Animal Welfare, Humane Handling, and Sound Animal Husbandry will always come as an utmost priority~
~All of our meats are raised without the use of antibiotics or additional steroids or hormones~
~"Free Range" is not just a buzz word, it's the basis of everything we do!~
When you shop with our farm you can trust that you are receiving only our best possible product. We pride ourselves on the fact that we only sell what we raise, and refuse to sell a product that was not raised and cared for by our farm.
We are Charlie and Kerissa Payne the owner's and Farmers here at Covey Rise Farms. We are committed to consistently providing your family with the highest quality meat, raised by us on our farm, and delivered directly to your doorstep.
We sell all of our pasture raised chicken, Black Angus Beef, Heritage Pork, and Turkey by the cut, in fun weekly specials that allow you and your family to sample an assortment of farm cuts and flavors, and also through our hassle free monthly subscription, called our Covey Club.
We know consistency matters, which is why we take our butcher business serious. We are close with our butchers, and work with them personally to insure every cut and package is up to the highest quality. Our animals are delivered the night before, and handled with care by our butchers to insure a zero stress environment.
We are organically minded, and practice regenerative agriculture. We believe that your meat should be raised to improve your health and the health of our soil. Our goal is to improve our farms soil health, so that one day it will be better than when we found it.
Our Beef Cattle graze ahead of our chickens to help with the grass and provide additional reminents for them to eat. Our chickens following along in their mobile chicken tractor that we move each day. Our pigs are in various paddocks across the farm and are moved each week to fresh green grass.
See just why below