From our Walnut Creek Organic Ranch in South Central Nebraska to your table, we are committed to producing humanely raised animals in an environmentally friendly, stress-free atmosphere that promotes good health and supports a sustainable food system in the balance of nature. Our family owned ranch is FVO Farm certified organic and has been chemical free for thirteen years. We have designed a grazing system to simulate conditions during the time of the buffalo that roamed here for centuries.
Our grass-fed Angus beef have been genetically selected for their natural health, excellent mothering ability, and the tenderness of their meat. They are born, raised and finished on tall, lush, native Nebraska prairie grasses, and natural occurring herbs and legumes. They are free to socialize and enjoy our country fresh air and mineral-rich, deep well water.
Our CLA and omega-3 rich USDA inspected, hormone and antibiotic free, grass-fed Angus beef will be ready by the whole, halves, split halves, or special packs for shipment throughout the USA this fall. We are happy to help you design a variety of cuts for your specifications. Order early to assure availability. Please visit our website for more information.
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