News : Clay Hill Farm supports local schools

May 6, 2011

From the Portsmouth Herald

To support the local movement for better quality food products served to children in our community schools, Clay Hill Farm restaurant purchased a side of beef from a Maine farm that then issued a credit to the York School Department's food service program.

Linda and Ray Buck of Archer Angus in Chesterville offered residents the chance to help the local schools by offering a side of beef, in various cuts, at a special rate. With each side of beef purchased, Archer Angus will issue a $50 credit toward the purchase of all-natural, locally-raised beef to York's schools. Clay Hill Farm was the first restaurant to support this initiative... read the full story here!