Gilreath Farms

Cattle Sales

Red Angus Cattle + Scottish Highlander cattle raised from our family farm in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Gilreath Farms

Family Farm

Gilreath Farms runs on average 75 to 100 head of registered red Angus cattle.

Gilreath Farms was first purchased back in 2013 with additional acreage added over the past few years. Gilreath Farms today runs on average 75 to 100 head of registered red Angus cattle as well as Scottish Highlander cows. Hard work and the grace of God has built a couple of well-established businesses over the years. This has allowed the legacy of Gilreath Farms and the family name to stay alive for future generations.

Scottish Highlands

Registered Cattle
for Sale

We now have a limited amount of registered Scottish Highlander calves available. Call today for pricing!

Scottish Highlander meat tends to be leaner than other breeds as they rely less on fat for insulation because their thick and shaggy coats keep them warm.

Red Angus

Registered Cattle
for Sale

We have Red Angus cattle ready for sale now!  Also, we will have some Red Angus steers for sell around March 2023. Call for details and pricing.

This breed produces a highly desired carcase with the meat being of excellent quality, this is due to the intra muscular marbling.

Red Angus

Registered Cattle
for Sale

We have Red Angus cattle ready for sale now!  Also, we will have some Red Angus steers for sell around March 2023. Call for details and pricing.

This breed produces a highly desired carcase with the meat being of excellent quality, this is due to the intra muscular marbling.

We are trusted by many clients from all over the country. We will have Red Angus steers for sell around March 2023. Call for pricing and details.

Red Angus cattle available now!
Call for pricing.

100%

proven quality

red angus

reasonable pricing

We price our beef the simplest way possible, based on the final weight when it is retail packaging. Our average whole beef will be 700 lbs on the hoof. This will generate approximately 275-300 lbs of meat. We will have all of our beef slaughtered to generate as many steaks as possible and the rest will be made into hamburger meat. There are usually around 35 to 40 steaks in a whole beef.

A whole beef will be priced per lb based on the final packaged beef weight. You pay a non-refundable deposit of $200, and pay the balance when you pick up the beef based on final weight.

A half beef will be priced based on the final packaged beef weight. You pay a non-refundable deposit of $100, and pay the balance when you pick up the beef based on final weight.

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