ESTABLISHED IN 2005
With the right dedication and hard work, we can turn grass into steak!
Burns Angus Farm was established in 2005 on the former site of the Steen & McFarland Dairy, founded in 1909, which delivered milk to the area until 1980. Our home farm includes 150 acres of gently rolling pastures, slopes, creeks, and wooded areas for shade. We have another 650 acres available to our rotational grazing, hay and high-moisture balage program.
Situated between Pittsburgh and Erie, you can easily find us off Rt. 80 and Rt. 79. Located in the beautiful Amish community of New Wilmington, PA.
Burns Angus was the feature beef farm on the Mercer County Country Tour September 2008. If you were one of our visitors, we’re so glad you came! Everyone had a great weekend! Our farm was again selected to participate in PASA’s Farm Tour July 2010. Many things to see that day, even newly hatched chicks! God is so good!