Selling Beef by the Quarter, Half, or Whole – What You (The Producer) Needs to Know

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Join us virtually on Wednesday, September 15 at Noon to learn about selling beef by the quarter, half, or whole. Carl Mitchell from M.L. Mitchell and Son Meat Processing in Walnut Cove, NC will talk about underutilized cuts of beef, how to maximize retail value, and matching cuts to retail market. We will look at examples of cut sheets for beef, and help you understand when a meat handler’s license is required and how to get one.

Register using EventbriteRegistered participants will receive an email with a link to the Zoom meeting.

For more information about the program or beef cattle in general, email April Bowman, Forsyth County Extension Agent, Livestock, Forages, and 4-H Youth Development at or call 336-703-2855 or Sara Drake, Davidson County Extension Agent, Livestock and Forages at or call 336-242-2082.

Contact or 336-703-2851 for accommodations related to a disability. North Carolina Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity provider. Disclaimer: The use of brand names and any mention or listing of commercial products or services herein is solely for educational purposes and does not imply endorsement by North Carolina State University nor discrimination against similar products or services not mentioned.

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