Why do we raise grass-fed and finished cattle?

Simply put, it is the best for our cattle, and it is the best for our land. Every farm has a different set of circumstances that they must make the best of: their animals, their land base, their climate, and their natural resources. These variables can differ drastically depending on geography, and dictate how a farmer chooses to raise their animals in the best way possible for their situation. On our farm we are lucky to have fertile soil, and an abundance of rich grasslands that makes this a sustainable method of raising animals. Our cattle not only survive, they thrive in our grass based system, and natural grazing environment, and the land also reaps the benefits of this age-old design.

By far the best beef to ever meet my tastebuds!
— Kathryn B. (satisfied and salivating customer)

A customer on sharing our grass fed beef with a friend:

She has always said she only had tough grass fed. She was not a believer! I was happy to convert her... it was extremely tender with wonderful flavor...
— Alison A

why should you try 100% grass fed beef?

Not only is grass fed beef a delicious choice, it has some different nutritional characteristics than beef that has been raised on grain and other concentrates. While we support a variety of methods of raising animal, we think it is crucial to be able to see and understand where and how your food is grown. We encourage questions from our customers, and welcome visitors who want to experience how our animals are raised.

When compared with other types of beef, grass fed beef may have:

  • Less total fat.

  • More heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

  • More conjugated linoleic acid, a type of fat that's thought to reduce heart disease and cancer risks.

  • More antioxidant vitamins, such as vitamin E.

Read more about the nutritional benefits of grass fed beef at: https://www.americangrassfedbeef.com/grass-fed-natural-beef.asp