mind are Monday, seafood orders need to be in by noon, Wednesday, is fresh pork day, and Friday is fresh chicken day.  We also do Holiday orders.  Again, we would love to meet you soon, so stop on by and check us out or give us a call at 540-463-(BBEF)2333 or email us at buffalocreekbeef@gmail.com

Pleased to Meet You, Meat to Please You!

Donald's Meat Processing was formerly known as Donald's Slaughter House and was in operation as a custom slaughter and processing facility in Lexington, Virginia from the 1950's to the 1980's.  Donald's was owned and operated by the Donald family until the mid 80's when they changed their trade from butchers to electricians.  Meanwhile, the Potter family from the Collierstown and Effinger communities had been farming and raising beef for seven generations.  The Potter family would raise freezer beef for area neighbors.  As the local food movement grew, so did business for the Potters.  However, the closest USDA inspected facility that could butcher the Potters beef was a 90 mile trip one way.  With more and more business the Potter family decided that local processing facility was what they needed.  With that they officially created a branded beef program which is now called Buffalo Creek Beef and approached the Donald family about the possibility of reopening the slaughter house.  Hence a partnership began between the Potters and the Donald's.  After renovating the original butcher shop to abide by USDA standards and changing to the current name of Donald's Meat Processing, the butcher shop reopened for its debut in October of 2009.  Today Donald's Meat Processing is not only a slaughter and processing facility for USDA and custom beef, pork, lamb, and goats, but also and outlet for people in the surrounding communities to purchase fresh beef, pork, lamb, chicken, seafood, bread, preserves, eggs, milk, butter, cheese, ice cream and seasonal produce.  All of which are locally grown Virginia based products.  Just give us a call for special orders.  We cut beef fresh daily.  A couple of days to keep in