GRASS-FED BEEF

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We raise American Milking Devon cattle. They are a heritage dual-purpose breed for high quality beef and milk and can be raised efficiently on grass alone. While our beef is not “certified” organic we can tell you that the grasses and hay that they eat are organic and there were no antibiotics or growth hormones used in raising these animals. Our beef is sold by the cut or in larger quantities by the quarter, half, or whole. We also have our beef made into hard salami by Smith’s Smoke House in Monroe.

 

 

 

 

 

ORDERING

We are sold out of beef for 2016

If you are interested in beef for 2017 please contact us!

Pricing

Quarter: $7.50/lb………..Approximately 70-90 lbs of meat consisting of proportionate amounts of stew meat, roasts, ground beef, steaks, organs, and ribs.

Half: $6.50/lb………Approximately 140-190 lbs of meat consisting of proportionate amounts of stew meat, roasts, ground beef, steaks, organs, and ribs.

Whole: $6.00/lb……..Approximately 275-325 lbs of meat consisting of proportionate amounts of stew meat, roasts, ground beef, steaks, organs, and ribs.

By The Cut

Pricing

Ground Beef………..$8/lb

Stew………………….$8/lb

Steaks………………..$12-$18/lb

Roast…………………$8/lb

Short Ribs…………..$9/lb

 

 

 

History Of The American Milking Devon

The ​Milking Devon is originally derived from British North Devon cattle brought to North America in the 17th century. The breed has since diverged significantly, and is often called the American Milking Devon to differentiate it from its British cousin. Modern North Devons have been bred to be used almost exclusively for beef production, while Milking Devons are a multi-purpose animal akin to the stock which first took the transatlantic journey. Despite their name, they are also suited to meat production and to work as draft animals (i.e. oxen). Considered to be one of the oldest and purest breeds of American cattle in existence, Milking Devons are also exceedingly rare.

 

 

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