FAQ

  • When will I get my order and is there a deadline for placing orders?
  • Deliveries are made as soon as possible after the meat is cut and wrapped. There is no deadline but all orders are on a first come first serve basis. Beef and pork have several slaughter dates throughout the year. Lamb is normally available once a year in the late fall/early winter.
  • Do you deliver?
  • Yes! We deliver bulk orders and mixed packs at no charge anywhere in Squamish. For orders outside of the Squamish area we will deliver an order of $350 or more at no charge. For deliveries outside of Squamish under $350 we can deliver for a $150 fee.
  • How can I get the specific cuts that I want?
  • Specialty cuts can be arranged with prior notice, the butcher may have an additional charge depending on the request. Please email us at eat@hopcreekfarms.com. We also sell individual cuts of meat at our farm stand.
  • Is there a minimum for pre-order?
  • Yes, we currently offer beef by the quarter, whole lamb and pork. We will also be offering a limited number of smaller mixed packs of beef and pork that will be available immediately after purchase.
  • What does 'pre-order' mean?
  • In order to keep our stock as fresh as possible, many of our products are processed after you order. To hold your order for beef, we’ll take a non-refundable deposit based on the amount ($250 - Quarter, $500 - Half, $750 - Whole). For pork and lamb we'll take a non-refundable deposit of $200. Once your order is processed we will contact you to arrange delivery and final payment for the balance of your order.
  • Can I pick up my meat at the farm?
  • Yes! We now have a farm stand located in Brackendale across from The Watershed Grill. We are open Saturday and Sunday's from 10-6.
  • How is your meat processed?
  • All of our meat is processed at a federally inspected CFIA approved facility.
  • What do you feed your animals and how are they raised?
  • All of our cows and lambs are grass fed/grass finished. Our pigs and chickens are fed certified organic feed. All of our animals are pasture raised and never receive any hormones or antibiotics.