What makes great tasting meat?

Pasture. Breed. Husbandry.

Moving the animals through the farm gives them access to various grasses and forage materials. Heritage breeds have survived on pasture since the beginning of time. It's a perfect match! Husbandry for this environment must be gentle, yet intentional, with daily contact.

Savor the difference in marbling, texture and flavor. You'll never go back!

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Beef

Steaks
Filet $21.00/lb.
KC Strip $13.00/lb.
Minute $11.00/lb.
Ribeye $13.00/lb.
Round $9.00/lb.
Sirloin $11.00/lb.

Roasts
Brisket $7.50/lb.
Arm, Pike's Peak, Chuck, Sirloin Tip, Rump $6.00/lb.

Bones
Soup $3.00/lb.
Ribs $5.00/lb.
Marrow $10.00/lb.
Oxtail $5.50/lb.

Other
Ground $6.00/lb.
Patties $7.00/lb.
Kabobs $7.00/lb..
Sausage $7.00/lb.
Stew Meat $7.00/lb.
Organs $3.50.lb
(heart, kidney, liver, tongue, mtn oysters)

Pork

Steaks
Cutlets $8.00/lb.
Fresh Pork $7.00/lb.

Roasts
Fresh Ham $5.00/lb.
Loin $10.00/lb.
Shoulder $5.00/lb.

Bones
Soup $3.00/lb.
Ribs $5.00/lb.
Hocks $5.00/lb.
Chops $10.00/lb.

Other
Bacon $10.00/lb.
Ground $6.00/lb.
Sausage $7.00/lb.
Organs $3.50/lb.
(heart, liver, mtn oysters)

Chicken

Eggs
$5.00/dozen

Chicken Broilers
Whole bird with neck and giblets
Harvested @ 8 wks
$5.00/lb.

Chicken Broilers
Cut Up
Whole bird parted out with neck and giblets included
Harvested @ 8 wks
$6.00/lb.

Chicken Stew Hens
Whole bird with neck and giblets
Harvested @ 2 yrs
$4.00/lb.

Feet
Dehydrated for pets
$1.00 ea.

Fish

Freshwater
Bass, Bluegill,
Catfish, Crappie,
Grass Carp, Perch
Harvested @ 2 yrs
$15.75/lb.

The fish are not fed allowing them to search the pond for food and, in turn, keep it clean. Periodically, they receive a treat of non-GMO alfalfa pellets sourced from a Kansas mill.

Glossary

Fresh
raw, w/out seasoning

Natural Cure
nitrites & nitrates sourced from celery juice powder

Feed Ration: cows are 100% grass; pigs and chickens are raised on pasture and supplemented daily with a soy-free, non-GMO ration sourced from a Kansas mill.


That's too much bacon.

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