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Whole Beef and Hogs for Your Freezer and COVID-19 precautions

Now is the time to put a whole beef or hog in your freezer. We have sourced some very good half Angus half Japanese Wagyu beef. We also have very good top hogs.

Safety is our utmost concern here for everyone that works in our shop. We have adopted a stay in your vehicle policy. All customers must remain in their vehicle and call us when they are here, and then we bring your products out to you. When we interact with customers we wearing masks and gloves. Burks Farm, as always, stays very clean and sanitized, but we are taking further steps at this time by using stronger bleach concentrations, and washing surfaces throughout the day.

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Thanks for another record-breaking deer processing season!

The 2019-2020 hunting season crushed last year’s record by 312 deer, with 1670 Deer(and 9 Bear) processed. Thanks to all the hunters who kept us busy during the season, and to our great team here at Burks Farm who worked hard and long to keep up with demand. You guys and gals are the best!

We couldn’t do it without all of you, and look forward to next season!

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Burks Farm Pig Roast Catering

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Make your next family, corporate, school, or non-profit event extra special and savory with Pig Roast Catering package from Burks Farm. We’ll do it all, including cooking and delivering to your event location (within 50 miles of us). We need at least 21 days notice for catering.

Starting at $500* for an 80lb pig

Roasted pig will be presented on foil covered board.

Suggested optional items and side dishes

  • 50 lbs of Carolina BBQ
  • Cole slaw
  • baked beans
  • mac and cheese
  • dessert
  • sweet tea and lemonade

We cook it, deliver it, serve it, and do the clean up. All you and your guests need to do is enjoy!

*Estimated price for a 200lb pig with recommended options and sides to feed 200 people is $2200.

Call us at 804-366-2754 to make your Catered Pig Roast reservation now.

Please make catering reservations at least 21 days in advance of your event

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Burks Farm Participates in Benefit Dinner

Virginia Hound Heritage held a huge benefit dinner and dance event at the South Hampton Fair Grounds last night in support of Hunters for the Hungry (H4H). They generously donated over $10,000 to H4H as well as generating about another $1000 in donations during the event.

Burks Farm cooked, prepared, and donated a 200lb pig and 85lbs of BBQ, and Kings Specialties donated 400 servings of mac and cheese and 1200 samples of summer sausage. We cooked and served over 300 happy people.

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Article at Tidewater News:
https://www.tidewaternews.com/2019/02/04/virginia-hound-heritage-again-helps-the-hungry/

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Thanks for another record-breaking deer processing season!

The 2018-2019 hunting season crushed last year’s record by 311 deer, with 1358 deer processed (and 5 bear). We sincerely thank all the hunters who kept us busy processing deer this past hunting season, and also seriously appreciate the extra-hard work of each and every member of the Burks Farm processing team to keep up with demand. You guys and gals are the best!

Also, very special thanks to our great partner Kings Specialties, and the fine folks at Virginia Hound Heritage for providing over 200 deer to Hunters for the Hungry.

We couldn’t do it without all of you, and look forward to next season!

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Burks Farm Conducting Two Seminars at Cabela’s in Short Pump

We will be conducting two seminars on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 1pm and 2pm at Cabela’s in Short Pump.

The 1pm seminar is called “Field to Fork” and the 2pm seminar is on “Grinding, Dehydrating & Freezing”. Both seminars have been set up by our friends at Hunters for the Hungry.

If you are in the area, drop by and see us — we look forward to seeing you there!

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Supporting Medical Research

Burks Farm is proud to participate with multiple research facilities for forensic testing, medical research, and specialized medical training. Doctors from VCU have been coming for over a year now harvesting pig bladders. They have created a machine that they hook these bladders up to and they can watch the bladder function as if it is in the animal or human. First time in history. They have already published 2 papers on their findings and they think the possibilities of what they can learn are endless. About 8 years ago we had another doctor from VCU come and harvest the largest nerve in the body to attempt to discover new ways for nerves to regenerate.