SEASONAL

Due to the seasonal nature of grass-finished beef, our supply fluctuates.  We typically butcher in late summer and fall but take pre-orders for our beef year-round.

 

Our whole, half and quarter beef shares are SOLD OUT for 2021 but you can put down a deposit for a 2022 fall share at any time.

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INDIVIDUAL CUTS

 

 

On-farm pick up or local delivery. 

We do not ship at this time.

 

Call or email to order!

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“Our chuck was AMAZING!” 

 - GH

T-Bone Steak - $29 - SOLD OUT

Ribeye Steak - $28

NY Strip Steak - $27

Sirloin Steak - $18

Flank Steak - $15 - SOLD OUT

Sirloin Tip Steak - $14 - SOLD OUT

Filet - $30

Round Steak (Tenderized) - $12

Brisket - $12 - SOLD OUT

Chuck Roast - $12

Pikes Peak Roast - $11 - SOLD OUT

Shoulder Roast - $12 - SOLD OUT

Sirloin Tip Roast - $13 - SOLD OUT

Stew Meat - $9

Soup Bones - $7

Short Ribs - $10 - SOLD OUT

Ground Beef - $9

Liver - $8

Heart - $13/lb

Tongue - $18/lb

Oxtail - $9/lb - SOLD OUT

 

2021 Cow Shares are Sold Out!

Fall 2022 share reservations available.

 

WHOLE BEEF SHARE

Steak

Best Value

Steak

 

HALF BEEF SHARE

Feed Your Family

 

QUARTER BEEF SHARE

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Small Share

OUR BEEF

Healthy and Happy

We believe that good, holistic management which mimics nature's designs and patterns leads to heathy and happy animals.  We never use hormones, pesticides or herbicides.  We use natural remedies when the rare health issues arises and we treat our animals humanely.

 

Why grass-finished?

Our beef is raised and finished purely on grass.  Te steers are never fed grain.  Large amounts of grain are not natural for cattle and can actually alter the gut pH of the animals and make them susceptible to sickness.  By allowing them to eat only what they would have eaten historically as wild ruminants, their bodies are able to maintain disease resistance and a healthy balance of CLAs in their meat.  The nutrition profile of the meat changes detrimentally even after only two weeks on grain and those changes translate to poorer quality meat for the humans consuming it.

 

Purely pastured meat has been proven to be higher in vitamins E, D, B, beta carotene, magnesium, calcium and potassium than that from conventionally raised (grain-fed/finished) animals.  It also has more omega 3 fatty acids and CLAs than feedlot beef.

 

Grazing

Our cattle are moved to fresh grass daily through our carefully managed rotational grazing program.  This allows us to closely monitor their intakes and impact on the pastures so that we can boost grazing efficiency, minimize impact on more delicate forage species, improve sanitation, ensure even manure dispersal, increase plant species diversity, and prevent over-grazing. 

Healthy and Happy

We believe that good, holistic management which mimics nature's designs and patterns leads to heathy and happy animals.  We never use hormones, pesticides or herbicides.  We use natural remedies when the rare health issues arises and we treat our animals humanely.

 

Why grass-finished?

Our beef is raised and finished purely on grass.  The steers are never fed grain.  Large amounts of grain are not natural for cattle and can actually alter the gut pH of the animals and make them susceptible to sickness.  By allowing them to eat only what they would have eaten historically as wild ruminants, their bodies are able to maintain disease resistance and a healthy balance of CLAs in their meat.  The nutrition profile of the meat changes detrimentally even after only two weeks on grain and those changes translate to poorer quality meat for the humans consuming it.

 

Purely pastured meat has been proven to be higher in vitamins E, D, B, beta carotene, magnesium, calcium and potassium than that from conventionally raised (grain-fed/finished) animals.  It also has more omega 3 fatty acids and CLAs than feedlot beef.

 

Grazing

Our cattle are moved to fresh grass daily through our carefully managed rotational grazing program.  This allows us to closely monitor their intakes and impact on the pastures so that we can boost grazing efficiency, minimize impact on more delicate forage species, improve sanitation, ensure even manure dispersal, increase plant species diversity, and prevent over-grazing. 

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