La Cense Beef® is all natural and 100% grass-fed, grass-finished beef. Our quality approach begins with the La Cense Master Ranchers at the 88,000 acre La Cense Montana Ranch located in Dillon, Montana.
Like many organic beef producers, La Cense Beef® is allowed to gain weight naturally. Black Angus cattle are raised to an age of about 18 months without hormones, spending their lives grazing solely pesticide free, natural pastures.
Our all grass-fed beef is not produced from cattle raised by a consortium of other ranchers. In this manner, La Cense is able to oversee quality production and adherence to its standards for humane care, as well as ensure that La Cense Black Angus cattle roam free and are never crowded, which reduces the chance of contamination or transmission of disease.
La Cense free range, grass-fed beef is dry aged for 19 days to round out flavor and enhance tenderness and then hand cut and trimmed with care by skilled artisan butchers. Your order of La Cense dry aged prime meat is immediately frozen and vacuum-packed at the time of processing at a USDA certified plant, to ensure that you receive the highest quality Black Angus dry aged beef online.
Natural grass-fed beef from La Cense can be purchased year-round in a variety of gourmet cuts via the web at www.LaCenseBeef.com or call 1-866-442-2333. All orders placed can be shipped overnight or two-day air.
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