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100% Grass Fed & Grass Finished, Pasture Raised Beef: Slow Cooking

100% grass fed & grass finished. No hormones, no antibiotics, non-GMO, and never any grain. Dry aged to perfection.

Beef Short Ribs - English Style

Incredibly rich - perfect for slow cooking, braising, or smoking
$9.99/lb. Avg. 2.25lb .

Beef Short Ribs - Whole Plate

The whole Short Rib Plate! Perfect for low and slow cooking in a smoker
$9.99/lb. Avg. 10lb .

Beef Shank Roast - Osso Buco (with Marrow)

Makes amazing soups and stews! 1 per pack
$9.99/lb. Avg. 1.5lb .

Beef Oxtail

Slow cook for rich, gelatinous stew
$13.99/lb. Avg. 1lb .

Beef Cubes

Our lean beef roasts cut into pieces for slow cooking.
$0.50/lb. savings
$13.75/lb. $13.25/lb. Avg. 1lb .

Rump Roast (Bottom Round)

Makes a traditional fork tender roast beef
$12.99/lb. Avg. 2.8lb .

Top Sirloin Roast

A roast with flavor like a steak
$13.99/lb. Avg. 3lb .

Chuck Roast

The favorite for Pot Roast. Full or marbling and flavor!
$12.99/lb. Avg. 2.75lb .

Beef Belly

Cook like a Brisket or make Beef Bacon! Full of marbling! 3-4 lbs in size
$0.50/lb. savings
$12.49/lb. $11.99/lb. Avg. 3lb .

Brisket

The all time favorite for smoking and BBQ. Full of marbling
$12.99/lb. Avg. 3lb .

Brisket - Whole

Includes the "Flat" and the "Point"
$12.99/lb. Avg. 12lb .

Corned Beef Brisket - Uncured

100% grass fed Corned Beef made with only the best ingredients.
$16.49/lb. Avg. 2lb .
We raise 100% grass fed/grass finished Red Angus beef from calves born directly on our farm. Using rotational grazing, our cattle are moved to fresh pastures each day, grazing a true salad bar of fresh plants. This high density grazing controls weeds naturally and maximizes forage growth. Nitrogen is provided to the soil with plantings of clover and alfalfa. We NEVER feed grain or GMO's. Additionally, we never use herbicides or pesticides on our pastures or hay fields and we never feed growth hormones or routine antibiotics in the care for our cattle. It takes us 24-30 months to raise cattle on pasture which is nearly double the time requirement of typical confinement/grain fed operations.‚Äč Depending on the time of year, we may have as many as 300-350 cattle on the farm.