Guindon Farms is a fourth generation family owned beef farm. All crops and pastures are certified organic by OCIA and we are Certified Naturally Grown.
On Guindon Farms cattle are raised naturally without hormone implants or antibiotic feeds. Cattle are treated humanely and have access to pasture year around. Fresh water is supplied to all pastures in the summer to assure their comfort.
We offer grass-fed cattle which are finished on intensively managed, high-quality pasture and hay that is certified organic and we grow ourselves. During the winter months cattle are fed exclusively certified hay and baleage that is certified and grown on the farm. Our first certified calves will be born in spring of 2010. Our Limousin cattle are very efficient at converting pasture grass into muscle and have lent themselves well to producing a healthier carcass which is enhanced with the grass finishing.
All beef is humanely processed at Rainbow Packing, a local processing plant; they are a family-owned, USDA-inspected facility, where meat is cut to order.
We are committed to personal care of our cattle, our land, you our customer and to being a partner in sustainable agriculture. We encourage farm visits anytime.
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