Seasons Game Bird Farm
operate the J.L. Kennedy Meat Stand at 344 North Sheridan
Avenue, Pgh, PA 15206, where our family sells our own
hand-raised meats every Saturday from 5am-12 noon. This
farmerís market is open year-round and indoors, and was
acknowledged by Pittsburgh City Council as the oldest
farmerís market in the city. John & Valarie Kennedyís 3
children are the fifth generation of Kennedy meat producers
to operate the meat sales, where any individual or
restaurant or chef may walk in and purchase fresh,
individual retail cuts of meat.
also take orders over the phone Monday through Friday from 9
AM- 9pm at our farm # 724-898-2316, or Saturday mornings at
the meat market phone # 412-661-1875.
family hand-raises beef, pork, lamb, and poultry items
year-round for this meat market, and also offers cut,
wrapped, & frozen products to be picked up at the Four
Seasons Game Bird Farm location.
makes this meat special is the way in which the meats are
raised by every member of our family. We firmly believe in
keeping the human element involved with a hands-on approach
to all the daily needs of these pastured animals that graze
and are offered hay and the highest quality mix of grains
and vegetation like corn, cotton seed, beet pulp, molasses,
barley, oats, etc. This end result of perfectly proportioned
marbled meats are softer and leaner. We promote top quality
local meats because we have seen the way it can change the
health in peopleís lives, especially knowing where the meat
comes from and being assured that our meats are all USDA
certified. Our children have learned the work ethic of
caring for the daily needs of their beef cattle, hogs,
lambs, and poultry, along with the successes of having their
meat judged to be champions on many different levels.
stop by the J. L. Kennedy Meat Stand on a Saturday morning
to support local farming and the conscientious raising of
top quality meats. For more information on this farmer's
J.L. Kennedy Meats has also been featured in the following publications:
Keystone Country Jan/Feb 2014 edition.