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28 07, 2017

Rendering Lard from Pig Fat

By | July 28th, 2017|Pork, Recipes, Slow Cooker|0 Comments

LET'S BRING BACK LARD! It almost seems that in today's world, lard is one of those 4 letter words. But it shouldn't be. Lard is a fully natural, whole food that has many benefits. It can be produced easily in your home with no special equipment. Melt it. Strain it. Use it. There are actually advantages that lard [...]

25 07, 2017

The Best Pork BBQ

By | July 25th, 2017|Pork, Recipes|0 Comments

A pork hock is the lower leg of the pig and the meat from a pork hock can make the best pork barbecue you have ever tasted – the meat is so tender and flavorful. Ingredients: Pork hocks Garlic powder or salt Onion powder or salt Black pepper Salt Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce (or [...]

15 12, 2016

Production Partners, Small Local Farms Working Together

By | December 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

We have received a lot of great feedback about our farm fresh eggs included in your Home Delivery every month and we want continue to deliver them to you. Because the cost of egg production has steadily increased each year, we have decided to partner with another small local farm to provide you with fresh [...]

6 06, 2016

WHERE IS HOG HEAVEN?

By | June 6th, 2016|Animal Husbandry, Blog|0 Comments

It turns out Hog Heaven is in the forest. Raising forest-fed pigs produces meat with a unique flavor while keeping the woodland ecosystem in check.  While pigs are rooting up invasive plants, breaking down rotting logs and aerating the soil, they're also gobbling down nuts and fruits dropped from the trees. The result is healthier soil, [...]

6 08, 2015

Greek Pork Burgers – Family Style

By | August 6th, 2015|Pork, Recipes|0 Comments

As a family-owned farm, we have had the opportunity to share many good meals together; celebrating family, food, and fellowship. On a weekly basis, the Roanoke contingent of our far-flung family meets to create recipes and spend some time together. We have decided to share some of these recipes and photos with you and we encourage you to [...]

22 07, 2015

Lee’s Other Horse

By | July 22nd, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Earlier this week Broadview Ranch was featured in The News-Gazette of Lexington, Virginia. During the Civil War, Robert E Lee’s beloved horse Lucy Long spent her final years and was eventually laid to rest on what is now Broadview Ranch. Our own Carol Atwood and horse Crimson Chrome, a look-a-like of Lucy Long are featured [...]

25 05, 2015

The Cooking Advantages of Grassfed Meat

By | May 25th, 2015|Books, Uncategorized|0 Comments

There are many articles on the health benefits of grassfed beef but what about the cooking benefits? Cooking grassfed beef over factory or grain finished beef has many advantages - but you have to get used to it.  Stanley A. Fishman, author of "Tender Grassfed Meat: Traditional Ways to Cook Healthy Meat" wrote a great [...]

22 05, 2015

Exploring Shenandoah Valley’s Farm Trail

By | May 22nd, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Our own Carol Atwood of Broadview Ranch was interviewed for a great article on "Exploring Shenandoah Valley’s Farm Trail" by Catherine Komp. Carol does a great job of explaining about the natural stockmenship that we use on all of our herds of cows, pigs, and chickens. Read the full article here:  http://ideastations.org/radio/news/exploring-shenandoah-valleys-farm-trail

21 05, 2015

Cold Oven Pound Cake

By | May 21st, 2015|Eggs, Recipes|0 Comments

This is an old fashion pound cake that goes into a cold oven before baking. It is a delicious way to use up any extra eggs. This cake also freezes very well, so go ahead and make up a couple batches. INGREDIENTS: 3 cups sugar 1 cup softened butter 5 eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla [...]

19 05, 2015

Pork Kebobs with Apricot Glaze

By | May 19th, 2015|Pork, Pork Kebobs, Recipes|0 Comments

This preparation of pork kebobs just couldn’t be simpler or more delicious.