Grass Fed Beef

 If you are interested in purchasing some of our beef or have any questions, feel free to call
(937) 263-9948 or
e-mail us Please contact us for availability before sending an order form.

 

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Natural Farm Raised Grazed Beef

We offer natural farm raised beef cattle.  Unlike much of the beef you purchase at grocery stores, our cattle is grass fed, we do not use any genetically altered feed or chemicals that would artificially enhance the beef or stimulate premature growth.   We limit our stock to no more than 15 head to insure each animal gets quality attention.  Our beef cattle are an Angus Hereford cross, which is known for its outstanding table beef.   

Beef can be purchased in (roughly 175lbs), side (roughly 350lbs) or whole (roughly 700lbs).  Although the beef may not be available until late summer or early fall, you may put your order in at any time with a deposit.  The deposit is 10% of the total purchase price.  The market will determine the final cost at time of purchase.

Frequently asked questions

  • How much might this cost?

  • What do I need to do?

  • How much beef do I need?

  • How much will fit in my freezer?

  • How long will the beef last when frozen?

  • What cuts do I get?

Beef Order Form

If you are interested in purchasing some of our beef or have any questions, feel free to call
(937) 263-9948 or
e-mail us.

 

What cuts do I get?  Below is a sample of cuts you can receive from a side of beef that is typically around 350 lbs.

Front Quarter                                                                                     Hind Quarter

Shoulder Roast                                                                                    Rump Roast

Chuck Roast                                                                                        Round Steak

Rib Roast                                                                                              Sirloin Steak

Rib Steak                                                                                              Sirloin tip                                                                              

Soup Bones                                                                                          T-Bones                                                

Short Ribs                                                                                             Stew Meat

Hamburger                                                                                           Swiss Steak

                                                                                                                Hamburger

 

Click here for beef cuts diagram

 

 

 

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