Farmtastic: From the Farm to the Fork

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Up In Smoke

For those of you that have come to know and love our smoked meats here at Whitefeather Meats, you can thank the combination you see here.


Holiday Hours

Whitefeather Meat’s Retail Store Hours Holiday Season 2013

December 24th – Open 8 – 12

December 25th – Closed

December 31st – Open 8-12

January 1st – Closed


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Family Traditions

The Perkins Family have long been Hunter Gatherers. Prior to owning and operating Whitefeather Meats as a professional Meat Processing Service, fall traditions in place on the Perkins farm included butchering the beef or hogs raised for winter meat, putting up the garden’s bounty, and hunting and trapping wild game to fill the freezer


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Sales and Specials…

May 25th traditionally marks the half-way point to our Customer Appreciation Sale, which is held in November. In years past, during the November sale, for a limited time (6-8 am) all of our retail products were offered at 25% off of the marked price.


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The Art of Dry-Aging

Too often industry has quietly dropped some of the most important features relating to the quality of the product they are producing, all in the effort to save time and money.


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Meet the Perkins!

Scott Perkins is the youngest of Freddie and Bunny’s six children. Scott is the youngest of twins. Scott began spending time at Whitefeather Meats at a young age.


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Meet the Perkins!

Stacy Simmons Perkins is the 5th oldest of Freddie and Bunny’s six children. Stacy is the oldest of twins. As a small child Stacy did not have to pretend to play “store”. She literally had the opportunity!


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Meet the Perkins!

Seth Perkins is the 4th oldest of Freddie and Bunny’s six children.

Seth’s career in the meat business started at the age of 14 when he began his apprenticeship at Whitefeather Meats.


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Meet the Perkins!

Sarah Perkins Stoltzfus is the 3rd oldest of Freddie and Bunny’s six children.

Much like her older siblings, Sarah began helping around the farm at a young age. When operations at Whitefeather Meats began