The Grass Fed Difference

The way nature intended it.

Clean water supplies, open air and green pastures.  The farmers we choose to work with only operate under these natural conditions, which allows us to be able to provide the cleanest, healthiest and nutrient rich source of animal protein for substantial dietary benefits.

Grass fed farming is also much more than just cows eating grass...

Yes, healthy cattle live in environments with clean, open air, healthy soil, nutritious forage, and a tranquil environments... but they are also never given any antibiotics and are never given growth hormones.  These commitments combined allow the cattle to grown and develop happy and naturally, and ultimately provide the highest dietary benefits possible.

Nutritional benefits:

  •  100% grass fed beef is contains less total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol
  •  High in vitamins & minerals
  •  Healthier ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids

Grass fed beef is high in:

✔ Omega 3 (5 x's more than conventional) ✔ CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) ✔ B-vitamins, thiamin, and riboflavin
✔ Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) ✔ Beta-carotene ✔ Calcium, magnesium, and potassium

The healthy choice

The benefits of pasture raised cattle fed only a diet of forage are plentiful, and the research available is abundant. 

We believe that your meat sources should be as natural and humane as possible. To accomplish that we use only the best processes to get you meat sources that are pasture raised, grass-fed, antibiotic and hormone free, and treated in a humane way. Our animal protein is sourced only from healthy and happy animals that eat grass and root in open unconfined areas which are free from pesticides, antibiotics, and hormones. We do this so that you can feel good about you are you fueling your body with. By using these high quality meats we are helping ourselves, the environment, and the animals that we consume.

Pasture raised animals are healthy, happy animals that live unconfined while rooting and foraging in the sunshine and grassy pastures in a way in which nature intended. This allows them to continually be eating lots of vitamin and mineral rich foods in all of the green grass and plants where they graze. We as humans "hunt" these animals and are nourished by the same nutrients these animals consumed.  As the old saying goes, we are what we eat.

When you choose to eat meat from animals raised on pasture, you are not only giving your family the healthiest possible food, but you are also improving the welfare of the animals, helping to put an end to environmental degradation, helping small-scale ranchers and farmers make a living from the land, and helping to sustain rural communities.  It's a win all the way around.