Grass-Fed Beef

Most beef in the U.S. is raised in CAFOs, or concentrated animal feeding operations.  They live in crowded conditions, often standing for hours in their own manure, and consume a diet of corn-based feed.  Did you know that most health risks associated with eating beef are problems with corn-fed (not grass-fed) beef?

Our cattle rotates through the pasture, moving to a fresh paddock about once per week.  They thrive on a 100% grass diet, with supplemented minerals, and receive plenty of exercise every day.  This healthy lifestyle produces healthy cows without a need for medications of any kind.

We’re pleased to offer our premium grass fed beef through our monthly meat CSA.