Brand New Website

Hey y’all! Welcome to our new and improved website! Isn’t is gorgeous? We can’t take any credit. Our incredible Web Developer, Colby, did all the work. If y’all need someone to design a website that is clean, easy to navigate, and beautiful – Colby is your guy.

The new website gives you a peek at who we are and what we do. You can read up on our feed management program, see pictures of goofy preteen Dylan showing cattle and hogs, buy some steaks, or get information about our CSA! We are growing and with the support of YOU, our amazing community, we’ve been able to continue to expand. We REALLY appreciate it!

Our greatest addition to the website is our order system! Click your way through our items, add them to your cart, and submit your order. This will give you a total based on the price per pound of each cut. While some cuts weigh more than a pound, others weigh less. Once we get your order form, we will hand pick your cuts, get the correct weights and adjust your total. You’ll get an email letting you know your correct total and offer a way to pay online. Once you get your correct total, respond to the email or give us a call or text to let us know some dates and times you are available to come on by for pick up. We accept cash, check, or card upon pick up.

We so appreciate the support from you. Hayfield Farm was passed down to Dylan from his parents and our plan is to pass it down to our own future children. Thank you for being a part of that!

-Erica

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One of the perks of working with a small business is that you deal with real people. Thank you so much for taking the time to support us! If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

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Our products are sold by the package. For example, if you would like one steak, enter "1"; if you would like two roasts, select "2". Refer to the item description to see how each product is packaged and pricing.

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Pick up at the farm or one of our local pick up options!

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Final Invoice

Be sure to put the promo code: "PREORDER" at check out. Do not enter your card info just yet. Once we prepare your order, we will then send your final invoice via email with a link to pay by card.

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Ordering Information

Ready to order from Hayfield Farm? View information pertaining to our order process and how to order. If you have any questions, feel free to chat with us or contact us.

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Our online shop is broken into several categories for your convenience. We have everything broken into categories based on individual cut, wholesale, and smoker (when applicable).

All of our fresh meat products are sold as "each." Meaning that if you add one ribeye steak to your order, we take that as you want one ribeye steak. For ground meats (beef, lamb, pork, etc.), they are also sold in 1 (one) pound increments.

Final Invoice

Once you place your order, you will receive a confirmation email. Please notify us in the order notes when you would like to come by for pick up during our pick up hours. Once we receive your order, we gather your cuts and fill your final invoice based on the price per pound. We will then send you a final invoice for payment.

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Taking On The Family Business

I grew up going to auctions. Livestock auctions, equipment auctions; whatever was going on, my Dad and I were there. I’ve been around livestock and farming my entire life. In 1997, my parents bought Hayfield Farm so that my sister and I could get involved in 4-H and raise animals for show and sale. The 4-H program teaches you the characteristics of high quality livestock, as well as the signs of poor livestock. As part of the 4-H judging board, I would assess a number of livestock, grade them, articulate their strengths and weaknesses, and discuss what this means as far as the quality of their meat. 

My Dad loved cow and calf pairs and we still raise them today. Countless calves have been born and raised here on the property. You learn a lot about your commitment to your craft when you are covered head to toe in mud, trying to wrestle a stubborn calf to get it to take a bottle. After high school and 4-H, I continued to raise and feed steers on my own. I began studying the market and using what I’d learned to select quality animals at auction to begin expanding the farm.

I don’t think that my Dad ever planned for the farm to get to the scale of where it is now. We sold wholesale beef to friends and family, but we never talked about retail cuts, a website, restaurant partnerships, or farmer’s markets. My parents did it to raise us with the lessons you learn from raising and caring for animals.


A few years ago, Erica came along, and she really pushed to expand and make Hayfield Farm what it is now. She has a passion for learning and teaching people about farming, raising animals, and what quality practices can do for the products that show up on the dinner table. There is a lot of confusion surrounding agriculture, especially when it comes to meats and animals. Through transparency and education, she gets our customers involved in what they are eating and learning so that they can make the right decisions for themselves and their families. 

We are lucky to live in a community that is so invested in the local businesses around them and goes the extra mile to show their support. We hope to continue to grow, get people the quality, nutritious products that they want, and continue to be involved in our community. Continuing on what was passed down from my parents is very important to both of us; it’s become our entire life and it’s something that we want to continue to grow with our family and pass down to our future kids. 

-Dylan Butler

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