Beef - 1/2 carcass or 1/4 carcass and family packs. go to www.newlightfarm.com for more information
Breeding Stock - We currently have two 18 month old bulls and one 30 month old bull for sale here at the farm.
New Light Farm is a small family owned farm in northern Wake County. We have been breeding Angus cattle for over 20 years, and have been dedicated to raising superior breeding stock and finished cattle in an environmentally conscientious manner since our inception. Our bulls have performed well at NCBCIP test stations throughout the state, and we have been recognized as the Conservation Farm Family of the Year in Wake County by the Wake County Soil and Water District.
Animals raised for beef are 100% Angus cattle that have been bred for high carcass quality. They have been raised on pasture and finished on pasture with supplemental by-product feed made from peanuts, corn gluten, and soy hulls. No hormones or antibiotics are ever fed to these animals. Most reach finish weight at under 20 months of age assuring maximum tenderness. Processing is done at Matkins Meats in Gibsonville, NC, which is a USDA inspected meat processor. Beef is sold by the 1/2 carcass or 1/4 carcass and family packs. A half carcass will average 400 pounds. We are members of Franklin County Natural Beef Alliance, a marketing cooperative.
We sell registered Angus cattle here at the farm and at sales sponsored by the NC Angus Association, by E B Harris, and at NCBCIP bull test sales. Our cattle have more than 20 years of artificial breeding in their heritage, and their value has been demonstrated through the years by a continuous record of excellent performance. We are members of the American Angus Association, the NC Angus Association, the NC Cattlemen's Association, and the Franklin and Wake County Cattlemen's Associations.
Registered Angus Cattle - Natural Beef
From US 1 near Wake Forest, turn West onto Purnell Rd.
Go approximately 6 miles.
Turn North onto Mangum Dairy Rd.
Go 2 miles.
Brayer Hill Path is our driveway and is on the right 100 yards past the bridge over New Light Creek.
Hours of Operation:
By appointment - call Bill Wallace at (919) 528-0695 or Jim Wallace at (919) 528-3271