We’re open: 8:00am-6:00pm Mon-Fri, Sat 8-5
1318 Frederick Pike Littlestown, PA 17340
Our Products

Why Stoney Point Meat?

Stoney Point chooses sources the meats we offer in a variety of ways and we do our own slauering  and butchering at our Littlestown location. Most importantly, we know the high standards of our sources and have selected them because they raise healthy animals. Our local, grain fed beef that comes from Jacob Shank farm in PA. This is an all natural, pasture and grain fed animal. Our local grass fed beef and  local lamb comes from Green Hill Farm in VA.The local pork comes from Reinecker Ag, also here in PA., is an all natural product. Because of the high demand for certain cuts, we also choose to source some our product from farms in the Mid West. Stoney Point has a commitment to quality and three generations of butchers to bring you only the best.

Our Selections

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Beef

Stoney Point Farm Market is a whole animal butcher. We offer the most common cuts of regional farm raised beef, including grass fed, but also provide a variety of specialty cuts for our customers. We also are happy to cut to your specifications.

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Lamb

Stoney Point  Farm Market  sources   local lamb comes from Green Hill Farm in VA.

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Pork

Stoney Point Farm Market has a wide range of Pork cuts, including roasts, loins, chops, ribs and cured meats including whole and sliced ham steaks, thick cut bacon and  variety of our delicious house made sausages.

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Poultry

Stoney Point Farm Market offers a great selection of fresh Poultry, including whole roasters and breast, high and farm fresh eggs. We also offer a selection of our sausages with chicken or turkey and seasonally take orders for fresh turkey.

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At Stoney Points Markets
  • Sun Dried Tomato Turkey Breast - $6.99

  • Stoltzfus Old Fashioned Boneless Ham - $4.99

  • All Natural Deli Smoked Ham - $6.99

  • Guernsey's Gift Mozzarella Cheese - $3.99

  • Choice New York Strip Steaks - $8.99

  • IT'S HERE Store Made Cranberry Salad - $5.99

  • Pepper Slaw- $2.99

  • Cream Slaw- $2.99

  • Pepper Applewood Bacon - $5.99

  • Premium Regular Sliced Bacon - $5.99

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Southern PA Magazine

Southern PA Magazine

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