Thousand Hills Cattle Company provides a year-round supply of fresh, 100% grass-fed beef available by the cut to virtually all of the health food and Kowalski stores in the Minneapolis–St. Paul area. We also sell larger quantities of frozen beef directly to customers. (Please see our website for more information.)
Our cattle are locally raised on small family farms in Minnesota and northeast Iowa, and processed at a state-of-the-art USDA inspected facility in Cannon Falls, MN. Our cattle are raised according to Eatwild.com production standards. In addition, we use a variety of methods, including sonogram technology, to select the most tender and tastiest beef around.
We are committed to making healthy, 100% grass-fed beef convenient for busy families. These stores are staffed by very knowledgeable meat managers, who always have a cooler full of fresh 100% grass-fed beef.
We are committed to assisting those family farmers who can produce more cattle than they can market by themselves. We will purchase those additional cattle that are raised to our demanding specifications, and make sure that these cattle end up in your grocery cart as 100% grass-fed beef, fresh from the meat case.
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