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Mish Farms Meat Market

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Address:
80 Oak Rd., Gibsonia, Pennsylvania 15044
Phone #: 724-449-6328
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County: Gibsonia
Description:

Monday-Friday, 9 AM-6 PM
Saturday, 9 AM-5 PM

For over 40 years, we have produced ALL-NATURAL BEEF to provide your family with a safer more natural product.  Our beef stays hanging until the need to be cut and custom cutting is our specialty.  Our meat is never prepackaged and you can purchase any quantity.  This saves you time and money by not having to repackage or use unwanted leftovers.  Taste and see the difference of a natural unaltered beef product, the way beef should be.

  • All meat is USDA inspected.
  • NO FAMILY PACKS or PREPACKAGED meats.
  • All items are wrapped to your specifications
  • CUSTOM CUTS are our specialty
  • Purchase ANY QUANTITY. No amount is too small or too large.

This provide your family with the best quantity to fit your needs, reducing unwanted leftovers and unnecessary repackaging which saves you time and money.

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