The NJAES Animal Care Program, in conjunction with several Department of Animal Sciences undergraduate classes, has developed direct-marketing programs of farm products. Student groups have been tasked with developing and initiating direct-marketing programs for animal products produced on the Cook Campus farm. These programs include the sale of pork, goat meat, beef and lamb as well as composted manure to the SEBS community.
The student groups have been actively involved with every aspect of the production of these products. All of the meat products have been processed under USDA inspection. The products are available for sale to the SEBS community. The proceeds from the sales directly support the NJAES Animal Farm's mission to provide teaching, research and outreach on animal science and agriculture.
The farm has opened a store located on the corner of the Dairy Barn on College Farm Road. The Farm Store is open every Friday from 1–4 p.m. Look for the red door on the corner of the barn.