Effective Jan 1, 2021, Burks Farm will require a deposit for all animals that are brought to us for slaughter and/or processing. The deposits will be:
- $100 per beef
- $50 per hog
- $25 per sheep, lamb, or goat
Deposits should be paid at the time of scheduling. If the animals are delivered on the scheduled date, the deposit will be deducted from your final total.
If you cancel prior to seven days of the scheduled date of drop off, your deposit will be put toward the new drop off date. If you cancel or reschedule within seven days of your scheduled date of drop off, your deposit will be forfeited.
David and Ann Burks
All animals should be gutted and cooled as soon as possible. This is especially true of bear because their fur and fat are designed to hold heat in. A bear should be gutted as soon as possible after it is killed, then packed with ice inside and out until it can be skinned. A bear will go bad even at temperatures below 40 degrees if not packed with ice because the hide will not release heat.
Unfortunately, we’ve had a couple of total losses with some bears as of late because they weren’t properly dressed, so much so that not only was the meat bad, the bear couldn’t even be mounted or skinned for a bear skin rug.
In the United States, Eid al-Adha or “Eids” (Feast of the Sacrifice) will be here the evening of Thursday, August 31, and ends the evening of Friday, September 1. Burks Farm provides slaughtering/sacrificial services in the customary Muslim traditions.
This is the perfect time for you to bring the beef, hog, goat, lamb, etc. that you have raised and to stock up your freezer or get one from us. After a wonderful deer season we now are taking any and all livestock for slaughter and processing. No need to feed your animal the rest of the winter let it feed you for the few months. If you have more than one, maybe your friends, neighbors, or co-workers would like one. You can sell it to them and then bring it for slaughter. All you have to do is drop of your animal at the scheduled time, then pick it up packaged and frozen ready for your freezer. You can choose your cutting options and cost per animal on our website. Call David Burks to schedule your animal to be processed or to order one from us.
Starting this month, Burks Farm will be having Halal Day, for processing of goats, sheep, and beef. Halal Days at Burks Farm will be last Saturday of every month.
Please call Damian to make a reservation: 804-475-6034
In the United States, Eid al-Adha or “Eids” (Feast of the Sacrifice) will be here the evening of September 12, and ends the evening of September 13. Burks Farm provides slaughtering/sacrificial services in the customary Muslim traditions.
Burks Farm sincerely thanks the Muslim community for allowing us be a central part of your Holiday this season. We hereby extend another invitation for next year’s Eid al-Adha beginning Thursday, September 24, 2015!
Eid al-Adha or “Eids” (Feast of the Sacrifice) will be here on October 4, 2014. Burks Farm provides slaughtering/sacrificial services in the customary Muslim traditions.
Burks Farm would like to sincerely thank the Muslim community for your business this season, and extend an invitation for next Eid al-Adha, October 4, 2014!