Meat Sales

Spring is just around the corner and it’s time to place your order for this season’s batch of beef, pork, and lamb! We will be having a spring meat sale this year on Saturday, March 23rd from 10am-1pm down on the college farm. We will continue to offer ordering through the online store and mail in order forms which you can download here.

Our Products

Our award-winning, 300-acre farm produces sustainable, pasture-raised beef, pork, and lamb — all run by students.

Farm Crew group shot

Farmed by Students since 1894 

The Warren Wilson Farm is worked and supported by a student crew.  It’s a living classroom, building expertise and character since its founding.

Learn more and meet the Farm Crew!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How to purchase WWC Farm meat

    “How and where can I purchase WWC Farm meat?”

    • Beef, pork, lamb, etc. is available in bulk packages and in retail cuts at all times through our online store.
    • When you place an order, come visit us at our on-site pickup location any weekday here on the farm. If you have any questions about pickup please reach out, we are happy to help.
    • All of our Beef and lamb is 100% pasture-raised and grass-fed! Our pork is pasture-raised and finished using a mixture of grains grown on Warren Wilson College farmland. 
  • Meat for food service & retail

    “May I purchase your products for use in my restaurant, shop, etc?”

    Of course! We are looking for more wholesale partners. Please email for more information.

  • Bacon & sausage ingredients

    “What are the ingredients in your sausage and bacon?”

    Our product ingredients can be found on our WWC Farm Product Ingredients info sheet.

  • Animal husbandry practices

    “What are your animal husbandry practices?”

    For more detailed information about our animals’ lives and our husbandry practices, please visit the beef, pork, and lamb, pages.

  • Certified Organic / GMO-Free?

    “Are you certified organic? GMO-free?”

    We are not USDA certified organic or certified GMO-free. Our practices are tailor-made to our Farm; we like to call it “better-than-organic”. Our beef and lamb do not consume any GMO crops. Our pork and poultry eat feed containing soybean meal that is purchased from a mill. We cannot guarantee that it is GMO-free.

  • Make a gift to the Farm Program

    “How can I make a gift to the Farm Program?”

    Making a gift to the Farm program is easy and means the world to us. For a general gift to the Farm, please visit the College’s giving page. Under “Designation”, select Farm from the drop-down menu. If you are interested in sponsoring specific equipment and infrastructure purchases, please contact for a current list of our needs.

  • Hire a student or grad

    “How can I hire one of your current students or graduates?”

    Our students have reputations as exceptional workers. To post a job listing, please email and provide a detailed description of the position. If you have a poster or flier made up, attach that to the email. We will forward to students we think would fit, post it on our jobs bulletin board, and pass it along to our Career Services department.

  • Our location

    “Where is the College Farm located?”

    We’re located at 701 Warren Wilson Rd in Swannanoa, North Carolina. The Farm is on the Service Road, the entrance to campus directly across from Riceville Road. The Farm Office is located at the end of that road. If you hit gravel, you went too far! We are the cluster of red buildings down by the facilities building, and the office is the one with a garage door.

  • Visiting the Farm

    “Can I bring family, guests, and/or children to look at the animals on your farm?”

    Yes, we love that people want to come and visit the farm! It’s important to us that you park in designated parking spots and that you remember we’re a real farm, not a petting zoo. The animals may be dangerous and you may not go in any of the pens, fields, or pastures when they have animals occupying them.

  • School groups

    “Can I bring my school group to have a tour of the farm?”

    Yes, during certain times of the year we can give tours to school groups.  Please plan tours at least two weeks in advance. Tours may be led by a Farm manager, or by a qualified student, depending on your needs.