The O’Neil Farm and O’Neil’s Quality Foods Market –

A.J. O’Neil raises Devon cattle for grass fed beef on a rotational grazing system. A.J. has a watering system and fence layout that allows him to move the cattle as often as twice a day. Most of the animals are raised for the family’s meat market, O’Neil’s Quality Foods. The market also specializes in value added products made from beef, pork, and chicken. Some of the products include flavored bacons, beef hotdogs, flavored patties, and sausage links.

Agenda August 4, 2016

  • 8:00 Registration at the farm
  • 8:30 – 9:30 Tour of Farm
  • 9:30 – 10:30 Mark Bader
  • 10:45 – 11:30 Mark (cont.)
  • 11:30 – 12:15 Lunch
  • 12:15 – 1:30 Jeremy Engh
  • 1:45 – 4:00 In Field Evaluation with Jeremy

After 4:00 Bonus Sessions

  • Linear Measurement with Jeremy
  • Tour of O’Neil’s Quality Foods
Mark Bader owns Free Choice Enterprises in Lancaster, Wisconsin. Mark will lecture on “The Chemistry and Physiology of Plant, Animal, and Soil.” Information that he will talk about includes yield, volume, energy content, and the quality of grasses. Jeremy Engh raises Devon cattle on his Lakota Ranch in Virginia. Jeremy will discuss genetic selection and most appropriate beef animals for grazing. Bob VanKirk owner of Four Seasons Farm in Tyrone will have a 2015 National Reserve Grand Champion Devon Bull at the farm for evaluation.
For more info:
Wes Ramsey
814-726-1441
Penn Soil RC&D
Greg Cain NRCS 814-226-8160 ext 121
Tim Elder NRCS Phone: 814-226-8160 ext 125
Registration is available online at www.pennsoil.org
Please register by July 25, 2016. The fee for the event is $30 per person.
Directions :
O’Neil Farm is located 13 miles west of Clarion along Route 322 in Clarion County.
GPS address :
799 Route 322, Cranberry, PA 16319