Lashmett's Meat Market
- United States
- Winchester, IL
- Lashmett's Meat Market
Our Market provides the highest quality beef, pork, and chicken & lamb located inWi******er, IL, our Our beef is specially raised on our farm in Wi******er, IL.
Lashmett's Meat Market offers frozen beef, pork, and chicken products. We like to use the phrase "Farm to Fork" because it is a true statement! Our cattle are raised from conception on our farm, and brought to you in our market. Our beef is natural and hormone and anti-biotic free. We also offer pork and chicken products, in addition to Meehan's spice rubs. We hope you enjoy the best meat in the area!
Operating as usual
🎄🎁🎅🏼Today’s the day......Hometown Christmas on the Square in Wi******er! This is for sure My FAVORITE day! Stop by and see us! 🎄🎁🎅🏼
Now available at Lashmett’s Meat Market Pure Liver Dog Treats. Get your favorite Pooch a treat for Thanksgiving!
Who else is dying to fire up the grill because of this AWESOME weather?! 🌞🍔
You're in luck because we just got a FRESH DELIVERY! We are stocked up!
Our thoughts for the day... 🌧
Official Ram Trucks Super Bowl Commercial "Farmer"
In honor of , we wanted to share one of our favorite videos with you.
The average American farmers feeds over 165 people PER DAY, and that food doesn't just show up on your dinner table. Today is a great day to show appreciation for the farmers and producers you have locally.
Thank you farmers, now more than ever!
And on the eighth day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, "I need a caretaker." So God made a farmer. God said, "I need somebody willing to ge...
There is no better time than now to say THANK YOU!
Thank you to all of our loyal & new customers who have taken this weird and crazy time in the world to support their small, local meat market. We are going to continue to stock up our inventory as much as we can.
If you need any deliveries, please don't hesitate to call.
We know there are many concerns about going out to get necessities and making sure your household is stocked up during this difficult time. We are working to make sure everything in our market is stocked up and available to you! Our meat is a great food to stock up on because it is frozen and can be thawed easily for consumption.
We are offering curb side pickup and delivery services in conjunction with the Great Scott! Community Market. Please feel free to call ahead to place your orders. You can call Great Scott at 217-730-0103 or Sarah at 217-473-0168. Please be patient during this time as we are working to serve everyone to the best of our abilities! Thank you!
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Beef Finds its Place in a Heart-Healthy Diet | Beef Checkoff
Beef Finds its Place in a Heart-Healthy Diet | Beef Checkoff
Beef plays an integral role in a healthy diet. That's why heart-healthy recipes are featured through the AHA's Heart-Check certification program.
Don't worry if you haven’t bought the perfect Valentine's Day gift yet! Your local market has you covered! ❤️
More Than 2,000 Pounds Of Ground Beef Have Been Recalled Due To Potential Plastic Contamination
Don't stress! We've got you covered 💪🍔
The products shipped to 9 states.
The chicken is fully stocked......come and get it!
Be different! Leave Santa a burger this year! 🎅
Contrary to popular belief, sugarplums do not dance in your head. A big, beefy sandwich? That's the kind of thing that'll make even Santa dance a jig ... in your dreams and his!
We have gift certificates! Perfect Christmas present 🎄
TODAY IS HOMETOWN CHRISTMAS! ❤️
Stop by the Market and get 15% of all steaks TODAY ONLY! We can't wait to see you!
The Market is fully stocked with everyone’s favorite chicken breasts & strips just in time for the weekend!
More than 6,000 pounds of frozen meat sold at Walmart recalled for possible salmonella contamination
Shop local to avoid this 😬
This is important to understand with misinformation spreading like wildfire. As cattle producers, we take pride in our animals and their health. Please read this post to better understand the depths we go to ensure every animal is cared for properly!
Ellen once stated: “50 billion animals a year are killed and I think we all fool ourselves that there is some kind of happy cow and that it’s a quick death, that they just hit him in the head and that they are out.
“They are all in pain, they are all treated badly. They are all diseased and they are all pumped with antibiotics. It’s a very disturbing reality...”
Except...that’s not how it happens. That’s not even close to how it happens. I like Ellen. I think she does some really incredible things for people and animals. But, what I don’t love, is how she is using her global platform to perpetuate misinformation, dare I say lies, about livestock producers.
I could get into the whole discussion of how cow farts are ruining the environment, but I’m not a scientist, so I’ll leave that to my friends like .
I will, however, speak to the accusations of animal maltreatment.
The animals are not all pumped with antibiotics. Do they get sick? Sure. Are they treated with an antibiotic if they’re sick? They can be, so long as they are not part of a special “all natural” program, that I won’t get into right now.
If cattle are given an antibiotic, that animal must go through a very strict “withdrawal” period before it can be slaughtered. All beef is tested prior to packaging and if a facility is not adhering to these strict antibiotic protocols, the meat is condemned and wasted, and the facility can be fined or even shut down.
And on a very basic economic level, antibiotics are expensive. So, unless it is absolutely necessary, antibiotics don’t make financial sense. But, according to Ellen, we’re just shooting antibiotics at everything that moves.
Cattle are not mistreated. Are there isolated incidents of mistreatment? I’m sure there are, but that is the exception. NOT the standard. It would be like saying all dogs are mistreated after reading a story about one person abusing their own dog. Generalizations are dangerous.
A happy animal is going to produce the best results. A happy cow will milk better. A happy steer will gain weight faster.
I’ll speak to what I know personally-cattle raised for beef are fed Thanksgiving dinner three times a day. Every day.
They have all the water they can drink. There are regulations in place to ensure they have adequate space in which to live.
I have a feeling, though, that facts aren’t what people are interested in. Facts are boring. Sensationalism is what sells. And rather than taking the time to speak to the hard working individuals who actually live this life, it’s more appealing to regurgitate fabricated information and feign outrage.
See, what is so disappointing about Ellen specifically, is that she preaches inclusion and education. If I remember correctly, at the close of every show, she says “be kind to one another”.
Well, Ellen, perpetuating gross misinformation about the industry tasked with feeding our country is not kind. In fact, it’s incredibly irresponsible.
It’s National Cheeseburger Day! Let us help you celebrate stop in and get your burgers!
Hope to see everyone on the square tonight!
Why did the chicken 🐓 cross the road?
To get to Lashmett’s Meat Market!
We have chicken strips & Breast!
We constantly see the same buzzwords pertaining to shopping in our small, beloved communities.
“Shop Local” “Shop Small” ”Be Local”
But have we ever actually considered the impact it has on our communities when we do not follow through with these actions?
It’s so easy to shop at big box stores on your way home from work. To grab everything you need in one place. To save those extra few dollars. But how much are we really saving?
Money spent at local businesses generates 3-5 times MORE WEALTH for the local economy compared to shopping at a chain-owned business. When you spend $100 at a locally owned business, $68 stays within YOUR COMMUNITY in the form of employee wages, taxes, donations, etc. compared to only $43 when shopping with a non-locally-owned business. These local businesses and families are the ones investing in your schools, your infrastructure, and your communities.
You might be thinking you simply can’t afford to shop at the small, family-owned store in your town. But in reality, how can you afford NOT to?
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ALL OF THE MEAT you buy at the grocery store or in a restaurant is USDA-inspected and humanely-processed. Scaring the crap out of consumers that animals are not treated well at the packing plant is a common fear-mongering tactic used by AR groups (that I will not mention). It doesn’t matter if we are talking beef, veal, pork, lamb, chicken, duck or turkey… it is slaughtered under strict welfare guidelines and VETERINARY supervision!! Yes, veterinarians are involved in animal health and food safety! We call it “One-health”! The USDA has put in many checks and balances to ensure that the animal products served to your families are safe, nutritious and processed under the highest care standards. This is why we have the safest food supply in the world, a fact that I think most people severely underappreciate. Below are a couple links for further information about USDA guidelines and the strict standards they follow!
USDA Compliance Guide- https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/wcm/connect/da6cb63d-5818-4999-84f1-72e6dabb9501/Comp-Guide-Systematic-Approach-Humane-Handling-Livestock.pdf?MOD=AJPERE
Directive 6900.2- https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/wcm/connect/2375f4d5-0e24-4213-902d-d94ee4ed9394/6900.2.pdf?MOD=AJPERES
NAMI Animal Handling Guidelines- https://animalhandling.org/producers/guidelines_audits
County Fairs Are Still Important
"Fairs not only promote agriculture, but also supply jobs; support rural economic development and local commerce; and provide opportunities for youth and adult education. The success of a fair is dependent on its volunteers and youth through programs like 4-H."
4-H is a cornerstone in our community & we are grateful to be actively involved in all aspects of it. Take a look at this article to better understand the importance of county fairs and youth being involved in 4-H! 🐮🐷🐔
There's more to fairs than just fried food and Ferris wheels.
We always think it is important to share information that can sometimes be misleading about the food we eat. Please take a look at this infographic to learn more!
The natural hormones (estrogen) in cattle at time of slaughter are 2ng, the hormone levels in implanted cattle at time of slaughter is 3ng. One serving of Tofu the day you unwrap it at home is 51,483,600ng of hormones (estrogen). So if you are worried about hormones in your food eat more beef stay away from tofu!!!
Did you know? There are more than 700,000 cattle farms and ranches in the United States producing 19% of the world's beef. Thank you to all of the hard working farmers and ranchers!
This 4th of July we are grateful for the farmers and ranchers that provide the world with food & fiber!
While you are enjoying your celebrations this weekend, appreciate the farmers that grew your food & be thankful you have the opportunity & freedom to shop locally!
Have a safe & fun 4th of July!
Let's take a look at meat by the numbers for 4th of July! 🇺🇸
- Americans consumed about 150 million hot dogs on July 4th JUST LAST YEAR! 🌭
- 190 million pounds of beef were snatched up leading up to the 4th of July in 2018! 🥩
- in 2016, Americans grilled over $3 billion worth of chicken between Memorial Day and Labor Day! 🍗
Make sure you stop by the market to get your brats, chicken, and burgers to make your celebration DELICIOUS! ‼️
Grilling is a MUST for the 4th of July! 🇺🇸💥
What's your favorite thing to grill up for your Independence Day festivities?! Let us know in the comments! ❤️💙❤️
YUMM! 💛 This is what we will be having for dinner tonight! 🍔
Pair it with a fresh salad 🥗 from Great Scott Community Market, Inc. and you will be chowing down on a locally sourced FEAST! 🍽💥
Sliders and onion rings are my kind of dynamic duo. Happy Onion Ring Day!
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