Entries by Brydie Ragan

Contacting us through this Web Site

We became aware recently that the link from our web site to our e-mail was inadvertently broken over much of the fall.  It was restored shortly before Christmas, and appears to be working well now.  We apologize to all of you who were unable to reach us during that time period, roughly September – December.  […]

Available Processing Services

January 10, 2018 – It has come to our attention that inspected slaughter and processing has been temporarily disrupted at Allegheny Meats. We wish them well in quickly overcoming their current obstacles. We are all part of the Virginia farming community, and understand that this may cause some temporary but serious inconvenience for local farmers […]

Nine Freakin’ Years!!

On July 1st, we passed an important milestone. It was July 1, 2008 – nine years ago – that Joel and i took over T&E Meats and began operations. Seems like that was back in the stone age, it was so long ago, and there have been so many changes. And so much growth – […]

T&E Meats and West Virginia flood relief efforts

The following article appeared in the Harrisonburg Daily News record a few days ago.  We appreciate the recognition: Auction Pigs Head To W.Va. Flood Victims By TONY BROWN Daily News-Record – August 18, 2016 HARRISONBURG These little piggies cried free-free-free all the way to West Virginia. Two pigs that will be auctioned off Friday at […]


If there is one thing for certain about working in a meat plant, you are never bored! Animal agriculture brings new things every day. In mid-June, it was our first Alpaca, seen here in the barn. While alpacas and llamas are a part of what’s for dinner in South America and a few other places […]

New Look, Same Company

T&E Meats is thrilled to launch our new website today! The site is chock-full of information about the services we offer, the support we provide, the meat processing industry, profiles of our farmers and producers, and where to buy local meats. The new T&E Meats website was launched with financial support provided by an ACRES […]