Shaladawn Farm provides veal and freezer beef by the whole or half carcass in the late spring and late fall. The calves are raised "as close to nature's way as possible at this time, and we continue to pursue new ways to improve the naturalness of our operation."
The calves are fed almost entirely on mother's milk and grass/hay prior to finishing, and then grass-finished in the spring and fall. A kelp/salt supplement is available throughout the growth process. Feed antibiotics and hormones are not used at any time. The pastures are not treated with chemical fertilizers. The cows, together with high-density strip grazing, "are our primary tool for pasture development, maintenance, and improvement."
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