We Deliver Grass Fed Beef and More to New Jersey!
Convenient, Transparent, Local
•We deliver to all of New Jersey
•Order Sunday for Wednesday delivery
•Real food from our farm to your front door
About Cairncrest Farm
Cairncrest Farm is in the rolling hills of central New York, just a few miles from Cooperstown, home of the baseball hall of fame. My names Garth, and I own and run the farm with my wife Alanna, my brother Ed, and my sister-in-law Normandy. There are also usually some kids, cats, and a dog or two running around. We raise grass fed beef, lamb, and pastured pork, and we also sell pastured, certified organic chicken raised on a wonderful farm in nearby Canajoharie.
My aim is to connect people who care about high quality, well raised food directly with a farm that shares their values. Prior to 2020 I would deliver to in-person meet ups throughout New Jersey. We've since shifted to shipping directly to our customers' homes, using insulated liners and dry ice. We ship weekly, so you never have to wait long for your order to arrive.
Our New York farm now delivers grass fed beef and more to all of New Jersey!
When we would meet up with customers in person we were limited to just a few places, mostly in the northern part of the state. One big benefit to our shift to home delivery is that our area now encompasses everywhere, even the shore. Another benefit is that we now ship every week rather than once a month. Every Tuesday we ship organic chicken, grass fed lamb, and more, and the next day it arrives on your doorstep, no matter where in New Jersey you live.
We're committed to the success of small farms broadly, not just our own. If you want some other options, please check out this directory of local grass fed beef farms.
If any of this interests you, please look around the site. I put a lot of effort into explaining what we do and why we do it. And if you can't find an answer to a question, don't hesitate to give me a call at (267) 625-0542
Learn More About Grass-fed Beef and Good Farming
•Check out Grass-fed Field Guide
•The how and why of grass-fed beef