Cream Hill Veal is
a 4th generation
Nursed from pastured and grass-fed herd, no hormones or growth supplements
All products processed under USDA inspection and regulations
At Cream Hill Veal our goal is to not only carry on with the tradition of farming handed down through the generations but the traditional methods and philosophies as well. We take great pride in our work and believe that respect for the animals, land and the community is vital to producing a consistently healthy and high quality product. A strong sense of stewardship and responsibility drives us each and every day to produce the best veal we can in the most humane and natural way possible. A true family farm, we extend our spirit of cooperation and inclusiveness to everyone we do business with.
Our goal is to be a truly sustainable business model for other small dairy farmers who need an alternative and in that vein we don't participate in any Government programs or accept any subsidies. In that way we maintain our autonomy and can use time tested practices that we believe are best for us and maintain our integrity by not accepting public money to grow products to sell to the public. We only expect you to pay for your meat once and we sincerely hope it’s the best you ever tasted.
Raising Veal - Farming Magazine - The Journal of Northeast Agriculture
Country Folks - The Weekly Farm Paper Highlighting Agriculture
|Cuts||Packaging||Price per Pound|
|Scaloppini||1 lb pkg||$24.00|
|Cutlets||1 lb pkg||$12.00|
|Sirloins Cutlets||1 lb pkg||$15.00|
|Center cut osso bucco||- -||$18.00|
|Loin chops||2 per pkg- 1 inch||$21.00|
|Stew meat||2 lb pkg||$8.00|
|Top round roast||- -||$16.00|
|Shoulder roast||3-5 lb pkg||$7.00|
|Calves liver||1 lb pkg||$10.00|
|Rib chops||2 per pkg - 1 inch||$24.00|
|Ground||2 lb pkg||$5.00|
|Sirloin chops (steaks)||- -||$8.00|
|Eye of round roast||- -||$12.00|
On average, a trimmed, cooked three oz. serving of veal contains 166 calories and only 5.6 grams of fat.The leanest cuts of veal are the leg cutlet, arm steak, sirloin, rib chop, loin chop, and top round. Because of veal's low fat content, it has very little waste and a pound of veal can yield four three oz. servings. Veal is an excellent source of protein and a good source of niacin, zinc, and vitamin B12 and B6.
With a variety of veal cuts available at a range of prices, veal is affordable in everyone's budget.
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