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The Waltz Family Farm is the oldest continuously-owned family farm in Washington County, dating from 1774. We are thrilled that they are joining us at Cheverly Community Market this week. We found this great Washington Post article from 2007 featuring Sally Waltz -- it's a wonderful read and sure to get your juices flowing!
Laurie Waltz sends this message:
Thanks for giving us the opportunity to come to your market, really looking forward to it. Waltz Family Farm, located in Smithsburg, Maryland, will be offering Beef, Pork and Lamb. We raise all the animals on our farm. Feed all natural grains and hay. The hay we make on the farm, grain is custom mixed and purchased from a reputable supplier near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Beef and Lamb are pastured as well. The hogs are kept in a large barn and free to roam where ever they please (inside the barn).
Here's what Laurie and the Waltzes will bring to us this Saturday:
Steaks : Sirloin, NY Strip, Ribeye (Delmonico), Filet Mignon, Cube, Flank, Hanger and Skirt
Roasts: Eye of Round, Rolled Rump, Chuck, Shoulder and Brisket
Misc. : Ground Beef - very lean, Chip steaks, Stew Cubes and much more
Cured Hams and ham steaks, Pork Loin and Tenderloin Roasts, Butt Roasts
Pork Chops (bone-less and bone-in), Ribs, Sausages, Bacon
Hot Dogs (nitrate free), Kielbasa and Sausage grillers
Leg of Lamb, Ground Lamb, Lamb stew and Lamb Kabobs, Assorted Lamb chops
Rack of Lamb
They'll also have assorted organ meats, such as heart, liver, and so forth. And dog bones, too!
Planning a Father's Day cookout? Here's your opportunity to get some truly wonderful provisions for a special meal. Stop by and meet Laurie Waltz and her family at the Market this Saturday -- you'll be glad you did!