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Pastured Products Directory - Texas

 

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Find local stores, restaurants and markets that sell grass-fed products on our Texas Beyond the Farm page.

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The following farms and ranches have certified that they meet Eatwild's criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products. Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their products:


A Better Way Beef is located near Houston. These cattle are free-range, grass fed with no grain, no antibiotics or hormones. They are humanely slaughtered and Texas inspected. The meat is dry-aged for a period of time depending on the appearance of the carcass.

The three order sizes all include assorted cuts in the amounts of 1/4 hamburger, 1/4 steaks (ribeye, T-bone, and sirloin), 1/4 roasts, 1/4 miscellaneous (which can include organs if you wish). The prices are $6.35 per pound for 50 pounds, $6.85 for 25 pounds, and $6.15 per pound for less than 25 pounds assorted.

We also have free-range pork available. We deliver to your home in the Austin, Houston and San Antonio areas for free.

A Better Way, Laura Hanson, 17500 FM 1097, Willis TX. 77378 (713) 392-9343.
E-mail: farmily@sbcglobal.net. Website: http://abetterwaybeef.weebly.com.


Here at A•Y• Raam Farms, LLC we are working to establish the finest all natural, chemical free products, including grass fed beef, grain fed pork, free-range eggs, pasture raised chicken and turkey, along with a wide variety of produce. All are grown or raised on our ranch in Kingsbury.

We started raising everything for our selves, because we were tried of all the chemicals, hormones and, who knows what else, is in the commercially grown meat, eggs, and produce we buy at the local supermarket. We had people asking about our products and discovered that others were just as tired of the stuff you get at the supermarket as we were. So we decided to expand and start selling to friends, neighbors, a few health food stores and restaurants and also at local farmers markets.

We are still growing and expanding, this year we put up a 30’x150’ greenhouse, so we can grown out-of-season produce. In the future we plan to put up a commercial kitchen to make jellies, jams, salsas and other produces. We are also considering a goat dairy, and catering company. Will probably expand into fruits, on a small scale, as well. I’m not sure when all this will take place due to limited funds and labor, but It is our goal to have a wide variety of products for our family and the public.

We do accept volunteer work, it’s not easy but it’s rewarding and educational. We are continually learning new things and experimenting with different methods growing and raising everything, as I said before “we want the finest quality products.”

We are currently taking orders on turkeys for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Please go to our website for more information and updates.

Thank you, from all of us here at the ranch.

A•Y• RAAM FARMS, LLC, Aaron Pierson, Seth Armstrong, Rachel Armstrong, Kingsbury, TX (mailing address P.O. Box 1882 Wimberley, Tx 78676). 512-644-7652.
E-mail: ayraamfarms@yahoo.com Website: http://www.ayraamfarms.com


All Houston Farm to Home is bringing you all the best Texas has to offer and delivering straight to your home.

We are currently raising our very own 100% Grass-Fed Beef in beautiful Washington County. ABSOLUTELY NO GRAIN, NO HORMONES, NO ANTI-BIOTICS, NO STEROIDS, NO PESTICIDES, NO HERBICIDES, NO CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS for our 100% grass-fed beef on one square mile of unimproved pasture.

Having access to other local farming, we're doing more than just grass-fed beef. Join our 100% Grass-Fed Jersey Grade "A" Raw Milk Co-Op.

Enjoy pastured poultry, 100% grass-fed lamb, pastured pork, and seasonal vegetables.

We are connecting you to the nutrition you want without the hassle of driving hours to get it. Visit our website or call for more information.

We are currently serving all of Houston and surrounding areas.

All Houston Farm to Home, Matthew, 1127 FM 2726, Washington TX 77880. (832) 302-9189.
E-mail: info@houstonfarmtohome.com. Website: http://www.houstonfarmtohome.com.


Always Grass-Fed Beef, LLC. is located on our family farm 45 miles east of Austin, TX.

Our mission is to produce the best tasting, most tender, most nutritious dry aged beef available, through carefully selected genetics, pampered handling, and the feeding of animals from birth to market on nutrient dense grasses and legumes.

Using NO pesticides or herbicides on our forages results in a flourishing diversity of soil microbes which improve nutrient cycling and deliver more trace minerals through the food chain to you. Research indicates that grass finished meat has superior ratios of Omega 3 to Omega 6 fatty acids, linked to reduced risk of heart disease, and superior levels of CLA, linked to reduced cancer risk.

Animal health and well being are further enhanced through soil and forage testing, organic amendments, and daily moving animals to fresh, clean paddocks.

Every animal marketed is free of hormones, steroids, chemical wormers and antibiotics.

We sell whole, halves, or quarters. See our website pricing page for more details.

Make an appointment for a farm tour. You will become a believer in the meat we’ve raised to feed our grandchildren.

Always Grass-Fed Beef, LLC., Mike and Linda Wright, 1340 CR 307, McDade TX. 78650. (512) 273-2731 or cell: (512) 431-6578.
E-mail: alwaysgrassfed@gmail.com. Website: http://www.alwaysgrassfedbeef.com


American Criollo Beef Alliance presents grass-fed, pasture raised Criollo beef. Criollo beef is exceptionally tender and very lean. Criollo has been proven in DNA testing to rival Kobe beef (from Wagyu cattle) for tenderness and Angus beef for quality. ACBA has each animal DNA tested for tenderness and meat quality (marbling) before entering the Certified Criollo Beef Program and sold to the consumer, thus ensuring consistent quality.

Criollo cattle were brought to the “New World” from the high desert plains of Andalusia in Southern Spain on Columbus’s second voyage. Superbly adapted for survival in the hostile environments of the North American southwest, these hardy cattle thrive on available forage. They are renowned for their hardiness, fertility, gentle nature and longevity. They are easy on the land, tending to improve a pasture, rather than destroy it. Criollo cattle naturally self-rotate through a pasture, utilizing every square foot of acreage, rather than concentrating on any one area.

Our cattle spend their entire lives roaming spacious pastures in Central Texas. With their foraging efficiency, they get fat easily on natural grasses with no supplementation, only needing high quality hay in the winter months. ACBA uses no hormones or antibiotics. Ranch visits are welcome.

American Criollo Beef Alliance, Dale Price, PO Box 426, Winters, TX 79567. (325) 201-3201.
E-mail: dkp@jandalgroup.com. Website: http://www.americancriollobeef.com.


Anala Goat Company provides raw goat's milk, raw cow's milk, raw goat's milk chevre, feta, kefir and whey.

Member only pre-orders delivered to seven Houston area farmers' markets weekly.

Anala Goat Company, Roy and Linda Atkinson, 6631 River Road, Richmond TX 77469. (281) 343-5991.
E-mail: mother@analagoatcompany.com. Website: http://www.analagoatcompany.com.


Ann and Weldon Warren's Holy Cow Beef, Pasture-Raised & Pasture-Finished Dry-Aged Beef. We operate an Angus cow/calf operation that produces the highest quality “home-grown, pasture-raised & pasture-finished” beef available to your dinner table.

We are located some 70 miles west of Ft. Worth. Our goal is to continue as a sustainable steward of God’s natural resources. We raise our animals from birth to finishing for retail consumption by family, friends and savvy consumers.

We harvest each animal when it develops adequate back fat and intramuscular marbling; this is normally achieved before 30 months of age. We are continually improving our genetics to produce bigger rib eyes, better marbling, and natural tasting beef. Our management style avoids grain, corn feeding, stress, and the feedlot environment. We employ rotational pasture grazing on native Texas grasses, winter annuals and select introduced grasses. Fortunately, our animals benefit from the distinctive flavoring provided by the high mineral content of the rocky soils of the Palo Pinto hill country of Young County, Texas. We use NO growth hormones, antibiotics or pesticides. These animals are “finished” in the most natural and low stress conditions possible.

Our beef is Dry Aged (hanging in a freezer before processing) for 14–21 days to provide a hearty, brown-roasted beefy flavor, then vacuum packed for optimal storage and “wet aging” in your own fridge by you if desired. Savor the healthier flavor and enjoy the wholesome and nutritional advantages of Holy Cow Beef’s naturally finished beef.

We sell by the cut with a 10-pound minimum order when delivered within 30 miles of Graham and a 20-pound order (multiple 10-pound group orders work well) within 75 miles of Graham, TX. Shipping is available; contact us for details. Farm fresh eggs are available when supplies are adequate.

Our beef is sold at the Sunshine Natural Living Market and Abundant Health Naturally health food stores, and through the Debbie Seelig and Cross Timbers Food Co-ops. (See Texas–Beyond the Farm for details.)

Ann and Weldon Warren's Holy Cow Beef, 2491 Finis Road, Graham TX 76450. (940) 521-0595.
E-mail: holycowbeef@yahoo.com


Aquilla Hill Angus Farm is a working cattle ranch located in Covington, Texas about 40 minutes south of Fort Worth. We specialize in producing registered Angus cattle on natural grasslands without using growth hormones, antibiotics, pesticides or commercially produced fertilizers and feeds. We offer home delivery of our product to the DFW metroplex area and south along I–35 towards Austin.

We breed Angus for its superior marbling characteristics, then raise these animals on grass pastures to insure a heart-healthy product chalked full of CLA, Omega-3-Fatty Acids, Vitamin E, HDL and Beta-Carotene. Our natural approach to raising cattle consists of open range feeding on Bermuda and wild rye grasses, all natural fertilizers such as compost teas, humate and molasses applications as well as humane treatment of our cattle to lower stress and stress-related diseases. This method of cattle farming is safer for the environment, animals and our customers. We complete the beef experience by dry aging our carcasses 21 days and delivering whole or half sides to those who want a healthy cut of beef on hand when they need it.

Aquilla Hill Angus Farm, Bill Morgan or Blaine Morgan, 465 HCR 1450 N, Covington TX 76636, (254) 854-3086.
E-mail: blaine@aquillahillangus.com Website: http://www.aquillahillangus.com


Bandera Grassland produces grassfed Texas Longhorn beef. Cattle are raised on our sustainable family farm and seasonally finished on lush grass and legume pasture. We supplement with alfalfa hay during dormant seasons.

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Nutritional analyses rank Bandera Grassland beef lower in cholesterol and fat than salmon and chicken.

Our beef is dry-aged 21 days for tenderness and robust flavor. Whole carcasses, sides, quarters and eighths are available. Please visit our website for more information. To arrange a ranch tour, contact Debbie Davis at beef@banderagrassland.com.

Don Davis operates the Grassfed Livestock Alliance (GLA). The GLA supplies locally produced grassfed meats to the Southwest Region of Whole Foods Market. Its goal is to provide a fair market for family owned and operated farms that put their reputation into the quality of beef they produce.

Animals marketed by the GLA are raised using the American Grassfed Association protocol. The GLA requires traceability from birth to harvest without administering antibiotics or growth hormones. Confinement and feeding animal by-products are also prohibited. Cattle are handled with utmost care using the highest standards of animal husbandry and humane treatment to insure a consistent, tender and healthy product. For information about joining the GLA, email info@grassfedlivestockalliance.com or call (830) 562-BEEF / (830) 562-2333.

Bandera Grassland, Debbie Davis, PO Box 122, Tarpley TX 78883. (830) 562-3650.
E-mail: beef@banderagrassland.com Website: http://www.banderagrassland.com.


Bard Farms raises Lowline Angus and Lowline Angus / Angus cross grass-fed, grass finished non-chemical beef. Lowline beef is already one of the best tasting breeds available with real grass genes. We are now starting to cross some of our Red Lowlines with Red Wagyu cattle from Japan. Wagyu is the producer of the fabulous tasting Kobe beef sold in high end restaurants and the premium grocery stores. It is considered to be gourmet meat. Breeding stock and meat are available. Meat is usually slaughtered in late spring but burger and some steaks are available year around.

We also have a limited amount of beef jerky that is safe for diabetics, no sugar / high fructose corn syrup, no added MSG or other chemicals.
Animals are grass-fed—no chemicals, no vaccines, or drugs. Occasionally animals will get cuts, abrasion, or animal pink eye infections. In these cases we use filtered water infused with ozone, nature’s natural healer.

We have also added Kunekune pigs that maybe the only pig that can be fed grass and finished on grass. We have two small boars for sale and will have meat available in the future. Kunekune’s are also producers of gourmet tasting meat.

Sometimes we have free range eggs available.

We have also added the equipment to grow hydroponic fodder grass inside our barn. With this we can control the nutrition of our animals and avoid huge hay bills when we have droughts. Custom made fodder growing units will be available in the future for sale in small sizes for chickens or larger units for cattle, pigs, sheep, or goats. During the next 6 months we will add aquaponic units for raising produce and tilapia.

Bard Farms, Robert Bard, 3059 West Line Road, Whitesboro TX 76273. (903) 564-7878.
E-mail: icok@hughes.net. Website: http://www.bardsfarm.com www.eathealthybook.com


Betsy Ross Grass-fed Beef, located 1-hour northeast of Austin in Granger, uses no hormones, no antibiotics, and no grain feed. Ever. We select from the best performing breeds, manage them daily from birth to market, and test regularly for the presence of CLA's and Omega-3's. And we have them!

What makes Betsy Ross Beef unique is our focus on maintaining balance in our soil biology and growing a healthy variety of high-quality grasses and forage for our beeves. We start right at the soil, strategically applying compost teas (www.compostteatexas.com) to restore the natural balance of microbes, bacteria, protozoa, fungi, nematodes, and other biological components to our soil. This ensures that our forages are of the highest quality, delivering all the nutrients to the beeves, and ultimately on to you, our customer. Remember, healthy soil = healthy forage = healthy livestock = healthy people!

Betsy Ross Beef is guaranteed to be tasty and tender and is supplied year-round, state-inspected, and frozen fresh. We deliver weekly to the Austin and Georgetown areas, sell over the Internet to any location in-state, and are carried by several retailer locations in the area. (See Texas–Beyond the Farm for details.) Try us - it is an experience you won't want to miss.

Betsy Ross Grass-Fed Beef, Betsy, Kathryn and Joe David Ross, 410 CR 493, Granger TX 76530. (512) 862-3240.
E-mail: betsy@rossfarm.com. Website: http://www.rossfarm.com.


Big Oaks Ranch runs a small herd (13) of Black Brangus and Black Angus mama cows. The bull is a registered Black Angus bull. Calves are born in the late Fall, weaned in the Summer and finished on grass for slaughter at 21–26 months of age.

Our target goal is to produce and market INTEGRITY BEEF, grass-fed for healthy, tender, tasty meat that is free of supplemental hormones, antibiotics, or any grain or grain products whatsoever. This requires a good team and close on site management of genetics, health, quality grasses and legumes. We are achieving this goal through the organic planning; genetic testing, selective breeding, and grass farming.

INTEGRITY BEEF means organically raised grass-fed beef that is consigned, slaughtered and custom packaged. The beef is slaughtered at Mineola Meat Packers, a USDA inspected facility. They deliver the halves to Texas Meat Packers of Henderson TX (formerly Gentry Farms Processing.) We counsel and discuss the cut order with the customer, so we are familiar with the customer’s family, eating and cooking habits. After 21+ days of aging, the owner-producer, Danny Burrows, observes, directs, and helps Texas Meat Packers cut and package each calf. The beef is vacuum packaged in clear packages and after 3 days the customer picks up their order of frozen beef.

The Big Oaks Ranch Goat herd has grown to over 75 head. They eat weeds, briars, and brush; they keep the trees pruned, and provide organic fertilizer everywhere they graze. Customers came to buy the goats for breeding and meat. This led to the target goal of Grass Fed Boer/Nubian Cross Goats. The cross breeding was accomplished through using registered Boer and Nubian bucks. They graze free-range and are ready for sale by private treaty purchase or consignment by the head or by the pound.

Big Oaks Ranch began raising chickens in the fall of 2001. Soon we were receiving calls requesting "yard eggs," laid by free-range/pastured hens that graze the pastures and fields freely. The eggs are of superior quality and free from added hormones, feed fillers, antibiotics, herbicides and pesticides. The hens roost and lay the eggs in mobile coops with laying boxes that are cleaned every day. The chicken litter is recycled through the ranch compost pile. The coops are moved every 2–3 days. This maintains a clean and healthy environment for the animals and is a natural and organic means of fertilization.

Big Oaks Ranch, Danny and Carletta Burrows, 6001 CR 267-D, Kilgore TX 75662. (903) 643-0530 (ranch); (903) 557-1016 cell Danny; (903) 557-1018 cell Carletta.
E-mail: info@bigoaksranch.net. Website: http://www.bigoaksranch.net.


Birthplace of Texas Beef is located in eastern Washington County between Houston and Austin. We offer grass fed beef, raised the old-fashioned way and slaughtered humanely.

For more information go on our website or call Mike at (713) 392-9343.

(Note from Eatwild: be sure to ask for their Grass Fed Beef because they sell grain-finished also.)

Birthplace of Texas Beef, Mike Bodensteiner, PO Box 465, Washington TX 77880. (713) 392-9343.
E-mail: farmer@birthplaceoftexasbeef.com. Website: http://www.birthplaceoftexasbeef.com.


Bonner Farm is a small family farm located near Llano, Tx. Our farm is home to happy animals and ever-improving soils and plants.

We work from the ground up with compost tea, natural soil amendments (including raw milk applications to the land) to help build soil biology and help nutrients cycle.

We are not certified organic yet—perhaps in the future—but practice natural biological farming in accordance with nature. We strive for quality in all that we do here.

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We have a small number of fine animals and raise American Grassfed Certified Devon beef, and AGA Certified Lamb. There are grassfed dairy cows and calves for sale (mostly Jersey). We are breeding for A2/A2 cows. Large Black Hogs are pastured here as well, with both pigs and pork for sale. Pastured chicken eggs are also for sale seasonally. We do not feed GMO feed to our livestock.

Compost tea is made during the growing season and is available in quantities up to 500 gallons. We have the means to apply it to your ranch/farm or transfer it to your tank.

Purchases can be made at the farm or shipped. You are welcome to call us to schedule a time to visit our farm, purchase products or ask questions.

We appreciate your interest in healthy food and healthy farms. Thank you very much!

Bonner Farm, Catherine Bonner, 6552 County Road 403, Valley Spring TX 76885. (325) 248-0710.
E-mail: catherine@bonnerwellness.com. Website: http://www.bonnerwellness.com.

 


Broken Arrow Ranch is a family-owned, artisanal producer of high quality free-range venison, antelope, and wild boar meat. We field harvest these truly wild animals by partnering with ranchers in Central and South Texas as an integral part of their population management programs. This practice provides a humane life and harvest for the animals, maintains a sustainable animal population for the rancher, and produces wild game meats of legendary quality.

Located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Broken Arrow Ranch harvests axis deer, fallow deer, sika deer, and South Texas (nilgai) antelope using highly refined field harvesting techniques that avoid stress, and utilizes a unique field processing facility to allow immediate processing of the meat in a sanitary environment. The animals we harvest are truly free-ranging and subsist on a natural diet of native grasses, forbs, and browse. All products are harvested and processed under full government inspection.

Our customers are America's finest restaurants and discriminating consumers who really care about the quality and safety of the meat they consume. We ship directly from our processing facilities to your kitchen and guarantee safe arrival.

Broken Arrow Ranch, Inc., Chris Hughes, 3296 Junction Highway, Ingram TX 78025. (830) 367-5875.
E-mail: sales@brokenarrowranch.com Website: http://www.brokenarrowranch.com


Buck Creek is a third generation family farm near the small town of Paducah, Texas*. It is a place that means family, heritage, health, country living and taking care of the land we've been blessed with. Buck Creek was born out of the desire to establish sustainable grass farming practices on our farm.

Our efforts were focused on producing better, more sustainable grass on our place and to provide clean beef that is not just healthy but delicious to eat.

Our calves are home grown, raised on grass with no grain, no hormones, no antibiotics, and FINISHED on grass ..NOT grain. Our calves are selected for slaughter between 20 and 27 months. This more mature animal allows for the meat to marble "finish" unlike younger animals...think of it like this: it is easier to put fat on a middle-aged man than it is a young teenager. Because of this, our calves will be larger in size and will marble well giving you a better tasting, tender product; many of our calves will grade "choice" which is fantastic! Like in many “fine” restaurants, after slaughter our beef is aged between 14 and 21 days, depending on the weight of the animal, to create an even more tender product with an even more “beefy” flavor.

We are proud of our heritage and of our beef. We are certain that you'll be proud of your purchase and knowing that you are serving your family the absolute best!

Sincerely, Richard & Mona Gregory

*Marketed throughout DFW, Texas & USA

Buck Creek Land & Cattle, Richard and Mona Gregory, home: Frosted Green Lane, Plano TX, 75025; farm: 358 County Road 233, Paducah TX 79248. (806) 683-2590.
E-mail: info@buckcreek.com. Website: www.buckcreek.com. Facebook: facebook.com/buckcreekmeat.


Burgundy Pasture Beef – offering  Angus, dry-aged 100% grass fed/grass finished beef without the use of antibiotics or hormones. We age, cut and package our own beef at our USDA approved meat market.

Offering Home delivery in Dallas/Ft Worth, purchase at our butcher market/store in Grandview, TX., or nationwide shipping.

And now open: Burgundy’s Local – Grass Fed Meat Market in Ft Worth, TX, 3326 W 7th St, Ft Worth, TX 76107, phone (817) 878-2722.

At Burgundy’s Local we offer both chilled and frozen cuts of our grass fed beef, pasture raised pork and chicken, grass fed lamb, raw milk cheeses, pastured eggs, local raw honey and more. Burgundy’s Local serves hamburgers and franks Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays.

Burgundy Pasture Beef, Jon and Wendy Taggart, Grandview TX 76050. (817) 866-2247. E-mail: info@burgundypasturebeef.com Website: www.burgundypasturebeef.com


Calico Dairy is a Texas State licensed Grade A Raw to Retail Dairy. Owners Herman and Kathleen Hoffman have been successful farmers and ranchers for 50 years and are proud to bring their wealth of knowledge, love for animals, and natural raw milk to the Houston TX area.

The 40 acres of Calico Dairy is located 1.1 miles west of I-45, approximately 45 minutes from downtown Houston, and 15 minutes from the Woodlands. Their healthy herd of Jersey, Ayrshire, and Holstein cows produce amazing alfalfa grass-fed raw milk. No hormones, anti-biotics, or steroids in our naturally produced raw milk. No petrochemicals or fertilizers used on our land. Farm Tours are available and all are welcome.

Calico Dairy, Herman Hoffman, 10066 League Line Road, Conroe TX 77304. (936) 205-1414.
E-mail: dairy@calicodairy.com. Website: http://www.calicodairy.com. Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter.


Chico Farms LLC is conveniently located five minutes from Temple and Belton on FM 436 and one hour from Austin. We offer pasture raised chicken, free-range eggs, pastured pork, goats, lamb, pecans, and garden vegetables.

We follow organic practices and practice humane husbandry of the animals.

Chico Farms, LLC., Keith Gaines, Dice Grove Road and FM 436, Belton TX. (254) 624-3564 or (512) 814-7911.
E-mail: chicofarmsllc@gmail.com. Website: chicofarms.org

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Coyote Creek Farm - Certified USDA Organic - offers grassfed beef, organic eggs, and Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill is offering organic poultry feed.

We start with our soil. We are stewards of 90 acres of rolling black prairie land which is certified USDA Organic. To our piece of earth we spray high quality aereted compost tea 4–6 times per year to keep a healthy herd of micro-organisims growing to cycle the precious nutrients into our grasses. Then we feed the biology in the soil with hydrolyzed fish, molasses and humic acid twice each year. From that point on Mother Nature takes over.

We harvest our grass with South Poll cattle. See our website for more information on this breed. They are high in conjugated lineolic acids (CLA) and Omega-3, both of which are known to help prevent cancer and heart disease.

We sell our limited production of beef by subscription. You may purchase a half or whole beef. Some customers join with neighbors to buy their beef. We deliver the steer to the processing plant where you pick it up after it has been fully dry aged, cut and wrapped in cryovac packaging.

Our cattle are never fed any hormones, antibiotics or steroids. We practice humane treatment of all our animals.

We now have Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill. We will be offering organic poultry feeds to the public in January of 2007. We will custom grind bulk orders, and we will also place 50 lb babs of our organic poultry feeds in your local feed store or farm co-op. You will find our organic eggs at Whole Foods Market in April of 2007.

We are proud of our family farm and dedicated to developing the highest quality meats and eggs. We raise "solar-powered" animals as opposed to feedlot petroleum based animals which take about 30 barrels of petroleum products to get to your table, and often travel over 2,000 miles to get there. We are serious about getting food to tables within 100 miles of our farm.

Call us and come by for a visit.

Coyote Creek Farm, Jerry, Amy or Rob Cunningham, 13431 Klaus Lane, Elgin TX 78621, Jerry: (512) 940-5663; Amy: (512) 626-5538; Rob: (512) 567-6865.
E-mail: jerry.cunningham@coyotecreekfarm.org or amy@coyotecreekfarm.org. Website: http://www.coyotecreekfarm.org.


Crawley's Country Beef and Texas Bred Organic Beef, a division of DWC Cattle Co., specializes in grass fed, organically raised, Red Angus beef.

Texas Bred, Texas Born and Texas Raised, on one central Texas ranch. All beef sold is 100% Red Angus bred and raised on Texas Department of Agriculture Certified Organic Pasture. We practice organic standards in managing all our beef—no hormones, no steroids, no antibiotics, no pesticides and no herbicides—but our cattle are not certified organic. All cattle are grass-fattened on certified organic pasture where they were born. Cattle are not fed grain of any kind. The beef we sell comes exclusively from our herd of Momma Cows.

For over 25 years we have selected genetics for a quality eating experience. All of our cows, bulls and offspring graze freely year round in a natural environment. Our certified organic pastures consist of a variety of native and introduced grasses and legumes for quality finishing of all cattle.

Beef is dry aged, shrink wrapped, frozen and sold in individual cuts. Custom 1/4, 1/2 and whole beef orders are encouraged and welcomed. Whether our beef is picked up at the processor, shipped within the U.S. or delivered locally (free), our goal is to provide you, our customers, with the BEST BEEF and BEST SERVICE available year round. We group orders together from our customer base in Houston and Dallas for metro deliveries (free).

We are a family business and our goal is to provide you, our customers, with a quality eating experience, and the knowledge that the beef you are eating was born and raised on one central Texas ranch, grazing and growing in a healthy environment on organic pastures, as Mother Nature intended.

Crawley's Country Beef, Denver Crawley, 195 HCR 3373, Hubbard TX 76648. (254) 580-8458.
E-mail: denversbeef@gmail.com. Website: http://www.texasbredorganicbeef.com.


Cross Creek Cattle Company raises Beefmaster cattle on the rolling hills of Plantersville, Texas in Grimes County. We are only 45 minutes from Houston, Conroe, The Woodlands, Hempstead, Bryan/College Station, Brenham, and Madisonville, Our location enables us to supply families from very populous areas with lean, flavorful grassfed and grass-finished beef. If you are looking to fill your freezer with healthy beef, Cross Creek Cattle Company is your answer.

We are a family-owned and operated cattle ranch. At this time, we offer pre-ordered whole, halves, and split sides. The charge is $3.50 lb. based on the hanging carcass weight. The cost of processing the animal is not covered, but the delivery of the animal to our local processing plant is included in the price.

From birth our cattle thrive on our native and introduced grasses and legumes. Through intense pasture rotation, our cattle maintain great condition. We supplement the cattle's diet with kelp meal, alfalfa, and hay during the winter. We handle our cattle with low-stress methods and only raise docile, calm animals.

At Cross Creek Cattle Company, we believe in raising cows the natural way: no antibiotics, no hormones, no synthetic fertilizers. We fully support groups wanting to co-op our beef.

Please visit our website for more information or contact us by telephone or e-mail. Better yet, call for directions and come visit us. We would be happy to have you.

Cross Creek Cattle Company, Kenton and Cathey Holliday, 6512 CR 207 B, Plantersville TX 77363. (936) 825-5921.
E-mail: holliday@beefmaster-ranch.com. Website: http://www.beefmaster-ranch.com.


Cross Timbers Ranch is a small ranch located in Robertson County, Texas. We grow our food and animals in a synthetic chemical-free and environmentally responsible manner. Our beef is pasture raised and finished. They are moved frequently for good grazing of a fresh grass/legume mix. A DE, kelp and salt mix is fed free choice as a de-wormer/mineral mix. No growth hormones, antibiotics, chemicals, pesticides or animal by-products are used.

Our beef is sold frozen by the split half (1/4), half, whole or variety pack (on a limited basis). We only sell what we breed and raise on the ranch.

Pastured poultry (broilers) are available seasonally. Farm fresh, hand gathered brown eggs are available year round and sold from the ranch, several area farmers markets and select retail outlets. Our layers and broilers are raised free range on pasture and moved regularly onto fresh grass. They are fed a custom ration, mixed to our specifications. The layers are fed oyster shell free choice.

Shipping is not available at this time.

Cross Timbers Ranch, Don Hobart, PO Box 1072, Franklin TX 77856-1072, 979-777-1877.
Website: http://www.ctrtexas.com


Dalusa Ranch is a 120-acre ranch located about 70 miles east of Dallas near Emory, TX. We are a small operation, but offer 100% organic grass-fed beef that is raised just as God intended: no hormones, antibiotics, pesticides or chemicals are used on the property. We rotate pasture grazing on native Texas grasses. We have two natural ponds for water use. We feel our cows are the most content cows in east Texas!

Our start in organic grass-fed beef came from necessity due to illness, and we want to help others to eat healthily. We understand firsthand the importance of chemical-free, natural fresh foods.

Our beef is dry aged for 21 days to provide tender tasty beef, and wrapped in cellophane to help avoid contamination of beef with dioxins and phthalates from plastic wrapping. People with severe allergies can appreciate the benefit of our cellophane use. Our butcher will cut and vacuum wrap meat to your specifications if cellophane wrap is not desired.

We have beef cuts available for purchase. We are sold out of sides of beef for 2013 and 2014. We will have beef cuts for sale in March of 2014. You may reserve your half or split half order for 2015 in summer of 2014 by emailing or calling us.

We will have fresh organic persimmons this year at the end of October and early November. Call us now to reserve persimmons!

Dalusa Ranch and Gardens, Stephanie McCarter, 2755 Rains County Road 1490, Point TX 75472. (903) 598-6822.
E-mail: smccartermd@gmail.com


Darby Farms is an East Texas based beef and dairy farm located near Gilmer Texas, which is approximately 100 miles east of Dallas. Cody and Rachelle Darby, along with girls Brynn and Josey, run approximately 200 beef cows that are all bred to registered Black Angus bulls. The beef cow herd is rotated on Bermuda/Bahai grass-based pastures. Their high quality diet results in an incredibly healthy and nutritious beef.

We are committed to raising our animals humanely and naturally. We never implant our cattle with hormones and none of the animals are ever fed animal by-products or given antibiotics. This is our promise to you and we feel you should have a choice.

Our beef is processed and vacuum packed at a local USDA inspected facility and the resulting beef is all natural, minimally processed with no artificial ingredients. We are proud of our natural beef and are honored to be able to offer it to our customers.

The beef can be purchased by the whole, half or quarter. We also have some smaller packages available for those who have limited freezer space. Shipping or delivery is available.

Darby Farms Natural Beef, Cody and Rachelle Darby, 9713 Giraffe Road, Gilmer TX 75644. (903) 725-7051.
E-mail: cody@darbyfarms.com. Website: http://www.darbyfarms.com.


Dewberry Hills Farm—the Omnivore's Delight!

Howdy—we're Jane and Terry Levan and we specialize in pastured poultry and grass fed beef raised in accordance with the principals outlined by Joel Salatin of Polyface Farm.

From birth to processing, we take responsibility for every step of our broilers' lives. Our birds are raised on fresh green grass in movable chicken pens. They are never fed hormones or antibiotics or anything we would be afraid to eat ourselves. The taste and nutritional value of both our boilers and our eggs is absolutely wonderful. Our clients tell us that our birds are the best chickens that they've ever had the pleasure of eating.

We feature a select number of ducks and heritage turkeys seasonally. Please contact us soon if you are interested in a 'real' turkey for the 2008 holiday season.

We also offer a limited supply of grass fed beef from our Dexter cattle, a breed whose meat is known to be leaner and lower in cholesterol.

Located just 50 miles from Austin and Bastrop, we have a home delivery service with a minimum order.

We invite our clients and friends to visit us by appointment on our farm to see how their food is raised. Warning: all drop-in visitors will be put to work!

Please email your orders or questions or give us a call. We hope to hear from you soon.

Dewberry Hills Farm, Jane or Terry Levan, 5619 FM 1624, Lexington TX 78947. (512) 253-0008.
E-mail: buychicken@verizon.net Website: http://www.dhfarms.com


Dominion Farms is a family owned and operated farm and is based on the Biblical principle of stewardship. We are located 75 miles north of Dallas in Denison, Texas.

We raise the area's healthiest pasture raised beef, pork, chicken, and eggs. Our animals have a choice of many fresh grasses. Chemicals, antibiotics,preservatives and hormones are never used while raising our livestock. Our animals are always assured the healthiest growing environment with lots of sunshine, free space to roam, and fresh forages, and water.

Our chickens produce full flavored eggs that are high in Omega 3 fatty acid and CLA, yet are low in cholesterol. Our broilers are lean and tasty and offer a healthy alternative to commercially grown poultry. The taste and tenderness of the meat is second only to the healthfulness of the product Our meats are low in saturated fat and free from unhealthy byproducts. We raise all our animals as stress free as possible.

Dominion Farms, Jerry Bynum, 813 Well Road, Denison TX 75020.
E-Mail: j-kdominionfarms@sbcglobal.net Website: http://www.dfmeats.com


Double Bar A Ranch. Rolling hills, friendly faces, wide-open spaces. Camping, permanent access easements, grass feed.

Your family will become a part of the Ranch with visits and e-mail updates. You may also own animals at the ranch. Chickens, beef, hogs, vegetables, pecans, pralines, pecan pies. Come join our family.

Double Bar A Ranch, Jon Gammon, PO Box 557, Ben Franklin TX 75415. (903) 325-4448.
E-mail: embarnes@neto.com Website: http://www.camprusk.com/DBARbody01.html


Dr. Baker’s Grassfed Beef is raised and distributed at Baker Ranch in Belton, Texas. Belton is located in Central Texas about 60 miles northlogo of Austin in the Belton-Temple-Killeen Metroplex. A sustainable prairie was developed on 450 acres by reseeding native grasses, using nutrient-rich biologic amendments rather than commercial fertilizers and managed by rotational grazing. No GMO products, herbicides or pesticides are used—ever. Certified Black Angus cattle now peacefully graze on a variety of grasses and legumes and are entirely raised and finished on prairie grasses. No hormones or antibiotics or grain finishing is used—ever. Our cattle never experience stockyards or inhumane management.

The goals of Baker Ranch include good land stewardship, environmental protection and animal husbandry. These goals work together and result in improved soil, better grasses, healthier cattle and healthy quality meat loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids, CLA, and anti-oxidants. The end result is healthy, tasty, tender beef.

Baker Ranch is a member of Animal Welfare Approved and Go Texan. An AWA certified butcher minimizes stress on the cattle and uses minimal processing to provide lean meat. To minimize costs, Dr. Baker’s Grassfed Beef is not sold in stores or markets but is distributed locally within a 40-mile radius of the Ranch. Distribution by mail is not available. A variety of preferred cuts or scheduled packages of quarter or half cows can be arranged for convenient delivery. Orders are best conducted by email or telephone to meet individual preferences.

Dr. Baker’s Grassfed Beef, Dr. Dudley Baker, 10258 FM 1123, Belton, Texas 76513. (254) 760-9127.
E-mail: dudleybaker@me.com.


Drop Horn Cattle Company is owned and operated by the Homeyer family. We are located 60 miles south of San Antonio. We raise and buy commercial cattle for breeding and for selling grass fed beef.

We have been practicing Holistic management since 1982, the practice that uses pasture rotation, monitoring, tools such as fire, herd impact, and just working with nature. We also have had the opportunity to learn first hand from Bud Williams the low stress handling techniques of moving cattle. Our feeders are fed only on grasses and forages and are vaccinated only for black leg and brucellosis. We also feed a mixture of mineral, salt and diatomaceous earth (for de-worming). If we have to treat a feeder for an illness, they are taken from the feeder herd. We feed our animals until around 22-24 months of age.

We sell whole, halves, and quarters and will deliver within a 60 mile radius of Karnes City.

We believe we have been given the talents from God to raise animals that are chemical free, pasture fed, and unstressed. We invite visitors to the ranch.

Drop Horn Cattle Company, Bil, Cam and Lee Homeyer, PO Box 596, Karnes City TX 78118. (830) 780-3421.
E-mail: rockinhorse@karnesec.net.


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Eagle Catcher Farm & Ranch raises Angus-Brahman certified 100% Grassfed, home grown, all natural beef in Harlingen, in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Our intention is to supply healthy, tasty, naturally tender beef to our customers.

We are certified by both the American Grassfed Association and Animal Welfare Approved. Although we are not certified organic, that is our goal. We practice sustainable farming techniques and our animals have no exposure to growth stimulating hormones or antibiotics. Our small closed herd is maintained on 34 acres of grassland with no supplemental feeding except hay (alfalfa and Bermuda). Our herd thrives on low stress compassionate care.

Our beef is dry aged for 14 days and is then vacuum packaged and frozen. Call or email for availability. Our vacuum package meat cut-list and a list of farmers markets where we sell our meat is available on our website.

FROM OUR PASTURE TO YOUR PLATE!

Eagle Catcher Farm and Ranch, Nancy Klein, 19782 Morris Road, Harlingen TX 78552 (956) 423-6323.
E-mail: nancy@eaglecatcherfarm.com. Website: http://www.eaglecatcherfarm.com.


Edelen Farm, 3 E Brand Beef, produces grassfed beef, pastured poultry and honey. The beef and honey are available year round, and the poultry will be available starting in the spring of 2000.

Edelen Farm, Greg and Lauren Edelen, RT 1, Box 228A, Alice TX 78332. (361) 668-8615. (409) 774-4307 (in Bryan, TX).


Everything Jesus! Ranch is a 114 acre natural ranch that uses exclusively organic processes to raise and care for our milk and meat livestock. We have a licensed raw milk dairy and pastured meats of all kinds. Of course we use no pesticides, hormones, GMO feed, antibiotics or herbicides. We are God-certified, and are not certified by any government or private organizations. Our pastured beef is exclusively grass fed.

We sell beef and pork in bulk as well as individual cut, one- to two-pound packages. We also sell chickens, eggs, raw milk, raw butter, raw cheese, raw yogurt (everybody says our yogurt is the best in the world!), a wide variety of familiar and rare heirloom salad greens and other vegetables, and homemade body and bath gels, laundry detergents and cleaners that are sodium laureth sulfate and paraben free.

We also operate RawJesus! Living Foods Café here on the ranch! Come hungry! Sample farm-to-table cuisine while enjoying a five course meal including raw milk, butter, yogurt, cheeses, raw flaxseed crackers, smoothies, incredible salads with fruit infused balsamic/ranch dressing and, of course, our grass-fed meat, fresh off of the grill. The restaurant and dairy are open to the general public on Saturdays, all day.

You can come and tour the dairy, milk a cow, harvest or plant in the gardens, ride horses or drive a horse and buggy, camp on our riverfront campsites, or stay in a guest cottage. Our regular customers come all through the week for meals, dairy products, fishing, camping…you name it! If you want to schedule a first-time visit on a day other than Saturday, please give me a call at the number listed above.

Please visit our website to find out more about our ministry, school, summer camp and ministry opportunities for volunteers. God Bless You! Gina

Everything Jesus! Ranch/MooJesus! Dairy, Gina Tillman-Young, 12061 FM 466, Seguin TX 78155. (830) 491-8557.
E-mail: gina@ejranch.com. Website: http://www.ejranch.com.

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Family Farms Naturally – it's not just a name, it's our lifestyle and philosophy. We have always used organic and natural methods (composted manures, cover crops) to produce some of the finest quality, healthy, grass-fed beef and chevon in Texas – naturally!

No Mystery Meat Zone! Our beef stock is from closed herds, no imports, no auctions, no mystery beef on the ranch or mixed in with our processing; each order is custom processed, TDA inspected and numbered. When you order BeefNaturally, ChevonNaturally, or NaturalSteakBurger, you can be assured it's fresh, inspected and processed humanely in an ultra-clean environment.

We're custom growers for the professional chef and now for the backyard grill maestro as well as for families who enjoy healthy (ideal Omega ratio), nutritious and delicious gourmet quality meats and produce – naturally.

Family Farms Naturally, J.R. (Jim) Suda, 407 Old Srpingtown Road, Suite 120-301 (package/mailing address), Springtown TX 76082. (817) 550-3660 (FOOD).
E-mail: grill@beefnaturally.com. Website: http://www.gourmetfoodsnaturally.com or http://www.beefnaturally.com.


Farm To Market Beef are born and raised in south Texas and our headquarters about 40 miles south of San Antonio where they are grazed on south Texas native and improved grasses.

Farm To Market Beef was founded because of our desire to spend more time with our family while doing something we are passionate about and believe in: sustainable locally grown food and high quality beef.

Our cattle are raised in a sustainable manner without the use of any hormones, antibiotics or grain. Our cattle are processed at a locally owned Texas Department of Agriculture inspected facility. We harvest our cattle at a fairly young age so a side of grass fed beef yields around 130 pounds of boneless retail cuts, and a whole carcass usually yields about 260 pounds. Please keep in mind that these weights are averages and will vary, as each animal is different.

Our price for a side (1/2) of Grass Fed Beef is: $6.25/lb

Our price for a whole carcass of Grass Fed Beef is: $5.75/lb

We also can provide wholesale ground beef for restaurants and catering. Volume discounts do apply. Please contact us for details.

This price includes free delivery to San Antonio, Austin, Corpus Christi and Houston areas!

Orders can be placed by phone or e-mail.

Farm To Market Beef, Bob Meeks, 610 Aransas Street, Kenedy TX 78119. (830) 299-9814.
E-mail: bob@farmtomarketbeef.com. Website: http://www.farmtomarketbeef.com.


Fredericksburg Grassfed Beef Ranch, located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country near Fredericksburg, is family owned and operated.

Our cattle are primarily Hereford and Angus cross. We strive to produce a black calf. We have learned that an important factor in producing tender meat is having gentle, docile cows. As we select replacement heifers, disposition is as important as confirmation. Working with gentle stock is safer for the livestock and easier for us.

We operate on organic principles, but have not yet achieved organic certification. Our pastures have not seen herbicides or fertilizers for over 20 years. Herd health is maintained by frequent pasture rotation. We do not use any antibiotics or hormones. We do use preventative vaccines for our calves at 30 to 60 days of age.

This herd has been wholly owned by our family. Many of the cows have lineage back to the first cows brought to the ranch by our parents over 50 years ago, and the lineage actually begins with our grandfather's herd, which was established in the early 1900s. We know where these cows have been all their lives: they are Texan born and raised.

Calves are available for slaughter beginning in May. This is dependent upon the weather. We do not supplement our slaughters with grain; they are raised and finished in the same native pastures in which they were born. This means that the animals feed on a broad variety of plants, which in turn produces a healthier animal and a more flavorful meat. In 2004 we began offering 24-month-old calves for slaughter. These animals have a higher degree of marbling than calves in the 14 to 18 month old range.

We sell by appointment only at this time. Due to the continuing drought in Texas we have only very limited quantity of meat available.

We have USDA labeling and are able to offer packages with assorted cuts of meat.

Fredericksburg Grassfed Beef, Chuck and Teppi Schmidt and Patricia and Lonnie Marquardt, 110 East Highway Street, Fredericksburg TX 78624.
E-Mail: info@fredericksburg-grassfed-beef.com Website: http://www.fredericksburg-grassfed-beef.com.


Georgia’s Texas GrassFed Beef and Natural Meats is located on a farm and ranch just minutes north of downtown Houston. We are a sustainable operation with areas of the farm Certified Organic by the Texas Department of Agriculture.

We own a meat processing facility in Bellville, Texas allowing us to control the quality of meat from birth to your table. Several other GrassFed Beef operations utilize our processing plant to process their beef. In addition to our GrassFed Beef operation we offer GrassFed Lamb, GrassFed Goat, Natural Pork, Pastured Poultry, and Certified Organic Turkey.

We practice paddock rotation, grazing our animals on a particular pasture for no more than three days, then allow the pasture to recover for a minimum of three days before the next herd is rotated onto the pasture. Our pastureland is organically fertilized once a year providing our herd a luscious pastureland all year long. We never bring any cattle feedstock onto the farm, instead we bale our own hay providing us with adequate supply of feed should our pasturelands not be yielding enough grass during the winter months or draught.

In 1992, Georgia Bost and her husband Richard Bost, along with a few of their friends, founded Texans for Urban Sustainability, a regional organization for organic technology for sustainability (TexUS ROOTS) in order to share their knowledge with farmers, ranchers, landscapers, nurseries, and landscape architects, and those who then created Green Movement Houston.

Georgia's Texas GrassFed Beef & Natural Meats, Charlie Hester, 14182 Cochran Road, Waller TX 77484. (979) 921-0000.
E-mail: info@txgrassfedbeef.com. Website: http://www.txgrassfedbeef.com or http://www.texasnaturalmeat.com.


Glory Farms converted to the “simple” way of raising cattle and selling beef in the late 1990’s. We started “finishing” our animals on grass only and not subjecting them to man made chemicals by way of their feed.

We let our pastures lay dormant for three years without any manmade fertilizers of insecticides added. In 2002, we moved locations, however, we continued the same philosophy. Our new pastures are ready and we are back in the grass finished business.

We will continue to furnish angus/angus cross steers, but we have changed direction a little. We are seeing the importance of smaller serving sizes and the need to produce smaller “finished” animals. We have entered into the mini Hereford business. These are smaller animals that reflect the size of animals my dad and grandfather raised.

Our philosophy can be summed up very easily. We believe the old ways are better. Animals need to be raised naturally; they need to go a minimum of 6 months without medication before being sold for beef; they need to be “finished”; they need to have clean water and lots of grass; and they need to reflect and participate in the slow pace simple life we enjoy here at Glory Farms.

Glory Farms, Robert Shipley or Kyle Shipley, 110 County Road 503, Fairfield TX 75840. (903) 389-2676 or (903) 879-4703.
E-mail: rds4@earthlink.net or kyle@gfherefords.com. Website: http://www.gfherefords.com


Glueck Farms raises predominately Black Angus calves that are low-stress weaned and then placed on good pasture. Cattle are always handled slowly and led by voice command to prevent stress. Less stress means better producing animals.

Pastures of bermuda and native grasses are rotated frequently to provide good grazing. Fields are planted in hybrid sudan, redtop cane, wheat, oats, peanuts, or turnips to provide a variety of supplemental grazing. Sometimes fields are allowed to grow up in native crabgrass which makes excellent grazing for calves. When grazing is not good, calves are fed alfalfa hay and natural processed cottonseed pellets as supplements.

Meat is processed in an inspected plant and then frozen. Grass-fed beef is available by the side or whole.

Cisco, Texas is located 90 miles west of Ft. Worth and 50 miles east of Abilene on I–20. Highways 6, 206, and 183 intersect in Cisco.

Glueck Farms, Herman Glueck, 918 County Road 169, Cisco TX 76437 (254) 442-1975.
E-mail: cglueck@txol.net


Good Earth Organic Farm is located in Northeast Texas, about an hour from the Dallas area. We offer organically grown produce, grass-fed lamb and free-range eggs.

Our sheep and lambs are raised on pasture. We use no pesticides,no herbicides, no hormones, no cages/feedlots, etc.—see our website for complete details on the care we take in producing our products.

We participate in local farmer's markets (updated on website) and deliver whole lambs to the Dallas area. You may also pickup at the farm. Co-op orders welcome.

Good Earth Organic Farm, Paul Magedson, Lynn Magedson, 8629 FM 272, Celeste TX 75423. (903) 496-2070.
E-mail: mail@goodearthorganicfarm.com Website: http://www.goodearthorganicfarm.com


Goodgrass Lamb offers lamb and mutton raised exclusively on forage and available only in season. Lambs are born in November and raised over winter on clovers, brassicas and hay, fattened in the spring on cool-season grasses and clovers, and usually ready for harvest starting in May and available until July or early August.

Healthy ewes that fail to raise a lamb are taken out in March for mutton; there are never very many of these. We feed no supplements or grain, we do not medicate or implant our sheep. We do not use herbicides or pesticides. We use some conventional phosphorous fertilizer each year and are not organic.

Whole lamb or mutton are available for custom slaughter. The rest of the crop is processed and available in retail cuts at local farmers markets or at the kitchen door. Call us.

Goodgrass Lamb, John and Camille Bock, between Willis and New Waverly in Montgomery County, TX. (936) 344-6450.
E-mail: officemom04@yahoo.com


Gramen Farm (Latin for grass) has been family owned and operated since 2006. We are a Texas Grade A dairy farm specializing in raw (live) nubian goat and jersey cow milk and all dairy products including cheeses, yogurt and kefir. There are no chemicals used at our farm (other than sterilizing) or fed to, or used on our animals including antibiotics, vaccines, dewormers and fly control. By keeping our animals' ph as alkaline as possible—feeding them what they naturally would eat in the wild—the animals can successfully fight off any infections, ailments, etc.

We basically feed and keep our animals as if they are wild. A wild animal is much stronger than one kept in a zoo and therefore the items produced from those animals are more likely to give you the benefit you are looking for. We are not certified organic yet, but all feed supplementation on the farm is organic.

We have created a one-stop buying experience through our retail farm store. We provide a wide range of products and we are always creating more from raw or "live" milk and dairy products, organic fed pastured broiler chickens and eggs, 100% grass fed beef by the cut, quarter, half, or whole cow, detox teas and juices, and homeopathic skin care. The products are made and sold at our farm store by my wife Ellie. We will ship any products except our raw/live dairy products.

We consider ourselves more of a health farm than your typical dairy farm because we believe someday we will all be going to a farm to purchase pure foods, herbs, and ingredients that will balance your body's systems in order to eliminate ailments instead of going to a pharmacy to by drugs. Our farm is located in Tomball/Cypress, TX, about 30 minutes northwest of Houston, just off Hwy 290.

Call or e-mail us today to visit our farm! The farm store is open 8 to 6 Monday thru Friday and Saturdays, 9 to 5. We sell retail and wholesale.

Gramen Farm 20158 Bauer Hockley Road, Tomball Texas 77377. (832) 287-0140.
E-mail: grant@gramenfarm.com Website: www.gramenfarm.com


Grassfed Prime Beef by Ross Land and Cattle. Family Run Farm Since 1860. Texas Gourmet, Grassfed, All Natural, Free-Range “Artisan Prime Beef.” I think that says it all...

At the RLC (Ross Land & Cattle) we raise our “Artisan Prime Beef” so we can have healthier, better tasting steaks on our table and enjoy a safer and healthier way to preserve and protect our kids and our land. And now you can enjoy our family’s years of experience and expertise in raising grassfed, all natural, free-range “Artisan Prime Beef.”

Our definition of an “Artisan” is one who creates a masterpiece through passion while remaining in harmony and balance with Mother Nature. Our beef is custom bred to consistently bring out incredible flavor in every tender bite, starting with our “Stillman Prime Tenderloin” (the best of the best), to our “PapPaw’s Big Porter House,” “The 1860 Bone-in Ribeye,” our very own “Texas T-Bone,” Granny’s “All Natural Strip Steak,” and the famous RLC Ground Steak and Ground Chuck Hamburger, which make any cookout special.

Granny Ross has been concerned these days that there are too many hormones, chemicals, steroids, irradiation and chemical baths used in processing beef (and other foods). She says “It Just Ain’t Right,” and I don’t blame her. So at the RLC we have set out to keep it natural, just like we've been doing since 1860. Our RLC "Artisan Prime Beef" has...

No Hormones
No Steroids
No Grain
No Antibiotics or Chemicals in the feed
No Unnatural feeds
No Pesticides
No Herbicides
Not Now, Not Ever, Grassfed All Natural Cattle from start to finish on the RLC, Since 1860!

We offer one of the most unique ways to buy beef and save money, join our Cattle Baron Club and invest in your own “Steak Futures.” We also offer quarter, half and whole beef online or at the ranch.

Grassfed Prime Beef by Ross Land and Cattle, Britt Ross, Corporate office: 2830 Marcie Lane, Rockwall TX 75032. Ranch: 1944 N Hillcrest Drive, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482. (214) 478-6446.
E-mail: britt@grassfedprimebeef.com. Website: http://www.grassfedprimebeef.com.


GrassRoots Meats is committed to supplying all natural, grass-finished, hormone and antibiotic-free beef and lamb to health and quality conscious individuals who desire an enjoyable and flavorful alternative to standard commodity meat products.

From birth until market our animals breathe fresh clean air, graze on lush green grass, and drink crystal clear water. Our business is built on the foundation of placing God and family first, and maintaining honesty and integrity throughout all phases of our operation. We like to think of our customers as friends and partners, and we want you to feel comfortable about buying your meat from someone you know and trust. Your comments and questions are welcome.

GrassRoots Meats is located in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado, but we also have grazing leases in Oklahoma and New Mexico. Our meat is available year round, and is shipped in thermal lined freezer boxes. We can ship quite reasonably throughout the entire United States. Your meat will arrive still frozen and ready to put into your freezer.

Our meat is dry-aged and USDA inspected. Select the individual retail cuts that you want or choose from one of our many packages. The meat is vacuum packaged, in stock and ready to ship, but halves and wholes are available by advanced order only.

For more information, or to order our delicious meat, visit our website or e-mail us. For references be sure to check out the testimonials posted on our website.

GrassRoots Meats, PO Box 429, Pagosa Springs CO 81147. (970) 731-1471 or toll-free (800) 681-2260.
E-mail: grassroots@centurytel.net. Website: http://www.grassrootsmeats.com


Green Hills Poultry, LLC is located near D'Hanis, Texas, about 40 miles west of San Antonio. We raise pastured poultry and specialize in slower growing breeds that produce a unique taste.

Our feed is milled locally and contains no soy, no antibiotics, and no hormones. Our pastures are fertilized and maintained using organic techniques. We process the poultry in an Exempt P.L. 90-492 processing facility built on the farm.

Visit our website for more information and to order.

Green Hills Poultry, LLC, Travis Krause, 2954 FM 22005 / PO Box 384, D'Hanis TX. 78850. (830) 426-9232.
E-mail: travis@greenhillspoultry.com. Website: http://www.greenhillspoultry.com.


Greener Vision Farms would like to share our vision with you: farm fresh eggs from well-loved chickens, and local fresh produce and honey.

We are located in downtown Kempner, Texas and convenient to the Killeen, Copperas Cove, and Lampasas areas (less than an hour from Temple, Leander, or Georgetown).

Our signature product is farm fresh eggs. Our chickens are encouraged to roam free on 30 acres. Their houses are towed to new locations every six months to minimize impact on the land. They are fed scratch grains, non-medicated vegetarian chicken feed, and day-old-bread. No routine antibiotics are used.

Our store is a separate property with 2 acres cultivated and organically managed, though not certified organic. We use no chemical fertilizers or poisons. We hope to produce as much as possible of what we sell. We only sell produce from other growers if we can tell you exactly who grew it and how it was grown. The store will be open seasonally (check website for days and hours), but eggs are available year-round. Just call or email and we’ll arrange to meet you with some.

Thursdays we will be at the Georgetown farmer’s market (see www.gtfma.com for details).

Greener Vision Farms, Michael and Heidi Phillips, 115 Peach Street, Kempner TX 76539. (254) 630-8494. E-mail: produce@greenervisionfarms.com. Website: http://www.greenervisionfarms.com.


The Greer Farm practices sustainable agricultural practices. We are not organic, but are as close to it as we can practicably be.

We have large, lush blackberries and wonderful blueberries.

Our cattle are grass-fed Maine-Anjou. We raise the original French fullblood red and white cattle. We sell beef by the split quarter. Our cattle are raised in a stress free environment on lush pastures. We strive for our cattle to have good pasture year-round. We use a local butcher and the beef is dry aged for a minimum of 21 days. Our website has more detail.

We have free range chickens and have farm fresh eggs available. We also have fresh vegetables in season.

Greer Farm, Sid and Eva Greer, 1444 County Road 1125, Daingerfield TX 76538. (903) 645-3232.
E-mail: info@greerfarm.com. Website: http://www.greerfarm.com.


Healthy Tasty Beef is raised at Walnut Grove Farm, which has been in the family since 1935. Our grass-fed, grass-finished operation sells only beef born and raised on these acres in NW Arkansas. We offer overnight shipping by ground to the Texarkana, Texas area.

Our pure-bred Hereford cattle are grazed in pastures of mixed grass. The summer pastures are primarily Bermuda grass, White Clover, Red Clover and Lespedeza. Late winter and spring find the cattle feeding on Annual Rye Grass, Wheat and Fescue. Cattle being prepared for harvest in the winter time are supplemented with top quality alfalfa hay. We use managed intensive grazing and never graze forage older than second stage growth. Cattle drink clear fresh water from tanks in their pastures, not water from ponds they've been standing in.

Our beef is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, beta carotene, vitamin E and CLA. They are raised free of stress. No grains, hormones, or antibiotics are used in producing this meat for you. Our farming methods are environmentally friendly. No pesticides are used on our pastures. Meat is USDA certified, vacuum sealed and flash frozen. The great flavor is rich and robust.

We invite you to visit our website to check out our offerings.

Healthy Tasty Beef from Walnut Grove Farm, Bob Landsaw, Jr., sales, 14481 Dawn Hill Road, Siloam Springs AR 72761. (479) 549-8250. E-mail: healthytastybeef@gmail.com. Website: http://www.healthytastybeef.com.


Heritage Lean Beef is a family operation producing all natural, grass finished Criollo beef on 100% native pastures in Edwards County, Texas. Corriente cattle are a Slow Food Ark of Taste breed.

Please visit our website for more information and find us on Facebook.

Heritage Lean Beef, Marcy Epperson, P.O. Box 546, Rocksprings, Texas 78880. (830) 683-7198.
E-mail: epperson@me.com. Website: www.heritageleanbeef.com.


Hickory Lake Ranch, owned and managed by Jim and Gerry Rackley, raises and sells grass-fed and grass-finished beef. We are not labeled organic, but we use rotational and mob grazing management techniques along with compost tea applications (no chemical fertilizers) to build healthy, living soils, growing healthy grasses, producing healthy calves that are in harmony with nature's plan—designed for health-conscious consumers.

Our cattle are Devon and Devon / Angus cross. The Devon breed is noted for gentleness and genetically adapted to grass finishing. Both breeds are known for their tender, tasty beef. They are given no antibiotics, hormones, or corn, and are raised in a stress-free environment.

We are located in the La Vernia/ New Berlin area of Texas (25 miles southeast of San Antonio).

We sell vacuum-packed beef cuts by the quarter calf ($6.85/pound.), half ($6.75/pound), or whole calf ($6.50/pound). The meat you purchase will consist of approximately 1/4 hamburger (in 1-pound packages), 1/4 steaks (rib-eye, T-bone, sirloin), 1/4 roasts, and 1/4 miscellaneous (including organ pieces if you wish).

Meat can be picked up in Gonzales, or we can meet you within a 60 mile radius. We do not ship.

Call or e-mail to order.

Hickory Lake Ranch, Jim and Gerry Rackley, 878 CR 339, La Vernia TX 78121. (210) 607-6943.
E-mail: gerryrackley@rocketmail.com.


HindsFeet Farm is a family farm that we, Richard and Laurie Hinds, began in October 2010 for the pleasure and the learning experience for our 10 newly adopted children, who wanted the experience of living and working on a farm. We raise all our farm animals, several breeds of chickens, Nubian goats, Large Black Hogs, Angus and Jersey cows on grass.

We started off very small and we are still small, but growing month by month in fencing and animals in all the above breeds. We grass feed all our farm animals, including all our chickens. We also feed them several kinds of locally natural grown hay with no chemicals of any kind. We feed our chickens and our hogs garden vegetables, fruits, and clovers as well. Our ponds are fenced off and we water all our animals from water troughs so their water is always clean. All our animals are healthy and happy, never receiving any chemicals, antibiotics, hormones of any kind, but grown naturally on healthy natural pastures, hay, and fresh water, as God intended.

Right now, we offer truly pasture free eggs, poultry (turkey and chicken), every month for customers, and soon we will be offering pork, and beef for sale beginning this winter of 2012-13.

In July 2012 we will be at our Local Sulphur Springs Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, on the Square.

We sell directly to the public from our website and we have organized what we call Buyer Groups from our website where the leaders can get good discounts and their members can get smaller discounts on orders from our farm. We offer pick up points within 90 miles of our farm in Sulphur Springs, including Dallas and surrounding North East Texas, and directly from our farm. Contact us for a pick up near you!

HindsFeet Farm, Richard and Laurie Hinds, 6903 FM 2653 N, Sulphur Springs TX 75482. (972) 342-9628.
E-mail: hindsfeet.farm@hotmail.com. Website: http://www.hindsfeetfarm.com.


Hog Creek Farm is a small family farm located in Magnolia, Texas. We produce wholesome food in a natural way for our own family and share our excess with our neighbors. We offer free range eggs, pastured pork, seasonal berries, vegetables, honey and goat milk soap.

You can meet us at several of the Houston area farmer's markets or arrange for a farm tour. We are also making weekly deliveries to drop off sites around the north Houston area including The Woodlands, Tomball and Magnolia.

We raise heritage breeds of animals and heirloom plants when possible. We only use practices that respect both the environment and our animals. Our animals are treated humanely and with compassion. They are kept on pasture and are provided with shelter, clean water, fresh air and sunlight. We never use hormones or routine antibiotics.

Our pasture and gardens are fertilized with natural compost and other natural amendments. We do not use herbicides, synthetic pesticides or chemicals. We believe that providing a clean, humane and natural environment produces the best tasting and healthiest food possible.

Hog Creek Farm, Jennifer Lyons, PO Box 789, Magnolia TX 77353. (281) 460-9178.
E-mail: hogcreekfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://www.hogcreekfarm.net.


Hold On Farm is the home of 100% grass fed beef and lamb along with pastured pork and pastured poultry. We considered ourselves a "beyond organic, multi-species, polyculture grass farm" located in Canton, TX (East Texas) home of the "World Famous First Monday."

Not all "grass fed" is created equal. Make sure you're buying truly finished grass fed that is marbled and tender. We raise heritage breed Ruby Red Devon Cattle and St Croix Hair Sheep.

Hold On Farm, Charles & Rena Borrego, 1195 VZ County Rd 2507, Canton, TX 75103. (903) 275-6092.
E-mail: info@HoldOnFarm.com. Website:  www.HoldOnFarm.com.


Homestead Healthy Foods has a number of products available, including pastured beef and chicken, smoked beef, and summer sausage. Beef is available in individual cuts. The chickens are fed a supplemental feed ration that contains organic flax oil, a source of omega-3 fatty acids. They also forage on grass.

Meat is delivered to Austin, Texas, once a week, and shipping to other locations is also available. Call for details. We have a Cooking Guide that includes some of our favorite recipes for grassfed beef.

Homestead Healthy Foods, Richard and Peggy Sechrist, 1313 West Live Oak Street, Fredericksburg TX 78624. (830) 997-2508 or toll free (888) 861-5670.
Website: http://www.homesteadhealthyfoods.com

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HooFin Wings Ranch is located in the Texas panhandle near Wichita Falls on the Red River. We farm wheat and raise purebred Murray Grey cattle. Murray Grey's are a breed that originated in Australia and are known for their high meat to bone ratio. This means more of the animal you buy is meat and not bone. Murray Grey's are a medium-framed breed cow that finishes well on grass. They don't need copious amounts of grain to finish such as the larger feed lot cows. Our cattle are never put into feed lots to finish them. They stay on natural pasture grasses so you get NATURALLY BETTER BEEF.

Our beef animals have NO growth hormones or antibiotics. They are all pasture raised on native and winter grasses and are usually harvested in the winter/spring of the year. Our rotational grazing program assures they are always getting fresh tender grasses. Any of our beef animals that may need doctoring are taken out of our beef program and sold in the sale barn or used in our herd. Only hormone and antibiotic-free animals make it into our beef program. You won't be eating these chemicals if you buy our animals.

We sell by the quarter, half, and whole animal. Your beef is vacuum packaged and ready for your freezer. If you are interested in purchasing purebred registered Murray Grey's, we have those also.

For more information about these cattle, the meat packages, or detail on our operation, please check our web site.

HooFin Wings Ranch, Jay Biedenharn, PO Box 136268, Ft. Worth TX 76136. Ranch address: Near Burkburnett & Wichita Falls, TX. (817) 456-9446.
E-mail: jay@hoofinwings.com. Website: http://www.hoofinwings.com.


I O Ranch Lamb raises all natural grass fed and grass finished Dorper lambs on our family ranch in Lampasas County, in central Texas. We ship nation wide, and sell at select Farmers Markets in Austin, Texas.

All lambs are born and raised on our ranch, are humanely treated, and graze freely in our pastures and fields along the Lampasas River. We plant our fields for winter grazing, and have native and improved grasses, so our lambs have the benefit of green forage year round, right up to the day they are processed. Our ewes lamb year round so we have fresh lamb year-round. We believe in, and use, sustainable agricultural practices.

We offer the following cuts: 8 Rib Rack (frenched), Loin Chops, Sirloins, Shanks, Leg of Lamb (Bone-In or Boneless), Shoulder Roast (Boneless), Leg Chops, Shoulder Chops, Spare Ribs, Neck Steaks, Ground, Meaty Soup Bones, Hearts, Kidneys, Liver, and Fresh Sausage. All USDA inspected, vacuum wrapped, and shipped frozen.

Please visit our website for more information about how we produce our grass fed lamb, or about which Farmers Markets we attend. You can order lamb directly from the website and we will ship it right to your door. If you would like to receive our lamb "Recipe of the Week" email, email me at jeff@grassfedlamb.net.

I O Ranch Lamb, Jeff Ruyle, PO Box 207, Evant TX 76525. (512) 964-5084.
E-mail: jeff@grassfedlamb.net. Website: http://www.grassfedlamb.net.


Isadore Ranch & Farm produces all natural grass fed beef and pastured, organically fed Heritage breed hogs, which is free of chemicals, antibiotics, hormones or pesticides. All water from on our ranch is pure and filtered straight from our well. We take pride in the fact that that the livestock are treated lovingly, humanely and stress free. They serve us well and we treat them with kindness and respect.

We also produce chemical- and pesticide-free fruit. In the near future we will be selling our vegetables and herbs. We are committed to continually working toward total bio diversity and sustainability. We are also committed to educating others about the benefits of eating whole foods that are non GMO and free of chemicals, pesticides, hormones and antibiotics.

Even though we use no antibiotics, chemicals, hormones, GMO's, or pesticides, we are not certified organic.

We deliver to drop off points in Austin, Bryan/College Station, Huntsville, The Woodlands, Crockett, Palestine, Corsicana, Dallas, Houston and the rural areas surrounding these town/cities.

We gladly accept credit cards or checks.

Isadore Ranch & Farm, Paula Miller Doty, 13949 FM 1452 W, Normangee TX 77871. (979) 595-4458.
E-mail: contactus@isadoreranch.com. Website: http://www.isadoreranch.com.


Jolie Vue Farms is the Boudreaux family farm nestled in the rolling hills of Washington County, Texas, 80 miles northwest of the state's largest city, Houston.

Jolie Vue has many exceptional features made possible by the family's dedication to restoring it to a completely natural environment. Those features include the rejuvenation of 15 Texas native grasses throughout its meadows, and the preservation of its old wood forests which border the creek that bisects the farm. Our cattle enjoy the wide variety of native grasses and our pigs grow fat and happy in the fruits of the forest.

Jolie Vue's primary marketing program is its Farm-to-Table CSA which provides a cooler of beef, pork and chicken each month to happy families in the Houston Metropolitan area. A cooler full of grass-fed beef, pastured/forested pork and free range chicken delivered to you once per month at your home or drop site. Please contact us at orders@jolievuefarms.com for more information.

See our web site for details and contact us to join in the good health and pleasure of Eating Real Food, Naturally.

Jolie Vue Farms, Glenn and HoniAnn Boudreaux, 11000 Tappe Road, Brenham TX 77833. Farm mailing address: 3320 Sunset Boulevard, Houston TX 77005. (713) 839-8610.
E-mail: boboud@aol.com. Website: http://www.jolievuefarms.com.


JR Cattle Company produces purebred registered Texas Longhorn without hormones or antibiotics on a family ranch with native pastures. The cattle are all raised on the ranch in a humane, non-crowded manner.

Texas Longhorns produce an extra lean meat since the cattle do not put on fat in the muscle as do the English breeds. Extra lean ground beef is available in one pound packages at $5.00 per package. Butcher calves are available for delivery to your packer at $2.50 per pound hanging weight.

The goal of the management of the ranch is to provide an environment that will produce and maintain the maximum diversity of native plants and animals on the ranch while providing income and enjoyment for the owners and family. We have a strong belief that customers needs to know their food suppliers and the producers methods and practices so we encourage visits by potential customers.

JR Cattle Company, Jeff McSpadden, Jr., PO Box 1551, Marble Falls TX 78654. (830) 693-8822.
E-mail: jmcspadd@tstar.net.


K Bar K Ranch is located in Pottsboro, Texas, near Sherman, Texas. We are on the Red River, due north of DFW. K Bar K Ranch is one of the largest providers of natural beef. The herd averages close to 500 head of cattle.

We have been breeding purebred Polled Hereford and Angus, and black baldies for almost 30 years. Our philosophy is simple, God made a cow designed to eat grass, we shouldn’t mess that up. Our beef is always raised on pasture, never a feedlot scenario. Our beef is never given, fed, injected, or implanted with hormones or antibiotics. We rate a 5 to 5+ in the 5 Step Animal Welfare Rating, in both beef and poultry. Poultry was added in 2011 and is raised the same way. Our chicks are on green grass at 2 weeks of age. Never worry about what you put on your table again. Our products are second to none!

We offer all cuts of beef and chicken. We also specialize in custom packages. Discounts are available for custom packages. Give us a call for details.
You can also purchase whole or sides of beef. Contact us for details.

K Bar K Ranch, Scott Galyon, 1839 Cemetery Road, Pottsboro TX 75076. Office: (903) 364-2401. Cell: (903) 819-1849.
E-mail: kbark@texoma.net. Website: http://www.kbark.com.


Welcome to Kalos Farms in Whitewright TX. We are a family-run farm that specializes in raising all natural grass fed Dorper Sheep for five star restaurants and gourmet food loving people.

If you are looking for great quality cuts of lamb that you would be proud to serve your family and friends, please visit us at our website and Facebook.

Our normal time from order date to you receiving your order is seven to ten days! We look forward to serving you soon. Please give us a call if you have any questions.

Kalos Farms, David Mitchell, 108 W Grande Avenue, Whitewright TX 75491. (903) 819-2873.
E-mail: david@kalosfarms.com. Website: http://www.kalosfarms.com/.


Kelly Family Farms is exactly what our name says; we are a family business that provides 100% Grass-Fed Beef to the public. Nature is our production model! We never use therapeutic antibiotics or hormones. Our cattle are born, raised, and finished on the grasses on our farm.

In our local area, North Dallas, we offer sides and quarters of beef as well as smaller packages and individual cuts. We also have a mobile kitchen unit which makes it possible for us to cater events for you and make delicious 100% Grass-Fed burgers made to order.

For more details on what we offer or to contact us, please visit our website or email us.

"I will provide grass in the fields for your cattle, and you will eat and be satisfied." Deuteronomy 11:15

Kelly Family Farms, LLC. Chanin Kelly, 101 W. McDermott Dr., Allen, TX 75013.(972) 754-7974.
E-mail: kellyfamilyfarmsbeef@gmail.com Website: www.kellyfamilyfarms.com


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The Lazy A Ranch, certified by the American Grassfed Association and Animal Welfare Approved, is a member of the British White Cattle Association of America, the American Wagyu Association, and the Texas Wagyu Association. Our ranch is certified, which means that our world class standards have been verified by an independent auditor.

One of our herds is the historic British White breed, once reserved for the English royalty and aristocracy, and enclosed in parks. This herd is headed by B&B Ulysses, an American Fullblood bull. We are currently producing beef from this herd, and The Lazy A Ranch website includes a history of this breed.

Another herd is of the world renowned Japanese Red Wagyu breed, headed by JC Red Star 50, a 99.4% purebred bull. American Kobe Beef will be sold beginning in 2016 from this herd.

The ranch follows organic pasture care with compost teas and liquid organic fertilizer from Sustainable Growth Texas, and follows Holistic Management International principles, including rotational grazing. We do not use pesticides, herbicides, routine antibiotics or growth hormones.

Our animals are tame, moved gently, and live on grassy pasture their entire lives. Most were born on the ranch. In addition to pasture grass our cows eat baled hay, alfalfa, cottonseed meal, and molasses. They are given a free-choice supplement with vitamins, minerals, kelp, and diatomaceous earth. They also get a sea salt block with minerals. We do not use pesticides, herbicides, routine antibiotics, or growth hormones.

The finishing process is begun at the ranch for 60–90 days with unlimited supplementary rations on pasture. Typically, our beef will be 28–30 months old and about 1200 pounds for a heavier, more marbled and flavorful beef according to the protocol of Artisan French labeled beef. They will be individually selected as they reach full growth and desired heaviness and processed by LaGrange Smokehouse, which is also Animal Welfare Approved. Beef will be dry aged for 21 days and shrink wrapped for your freezer.

The Lazy A Ranch is located about one hour from Houston between Bellville and Hempstead in Austin county. We also have a location in Cat Spring. Beef may be picked up at the ranch, in the Texas Medical Center Houston, or may be shipped frozen overnight in Texas. Our price for fall of 2013 is $4 per pound, hanging weight. Tours are available by appointment. Quarters’ inventory and prices are listed on the website. Wholesale meat is also available.

Lazy A Ranch, Margot or Bill Heard, 1059 Kurt Road, Bellville TX 77418. (979) 865-5337.
E-mail: mheard@snschools.com. Website: http://lazyatexas.com.


Lindley Organic Farm is a sixth generation, 150+ year-old family farm. We are licensed by the State of Texas to sell raw milk and we also sell our Devon beef. We hope to add cheese, meat chickens and a farm store this year.

Our Devon and Milking Devon cattle are totally grass-fed. They are management-intensively grazed on Certified Organic pastures. Our cows all have names and usually come to their names. We milk our cows once a day and their calves nurse until they are at least 10 months old. Our cows are outside year-round with the option of shelter during bad weather. We do not castrate our bulls as we believe it negatively affects the glandular system.

We practice a “low stress” beef harvest practice by familiarizing our bulls with the cattle trailer prior to harvest date. In addition we make sure we are first in line at the processor to further minimize stress levels. Our beef was recognized as most tender at the 2009 North American Devon Conference, registering a 2.43 on the Warner- Bratzler Shear Force test.

Our animals are given no grains, no hormones, no GMO’s, no vaccines, no antibiotics, no soy, no animal by-products, no steroids and no commercial wormers. We also have some A2 milk and genetics.

Lindley Organic Farm, Chad Trent or Pam Trent, 3452 FM 49, Mineola TX 75773. (903) 780-8924.
E-mail: cstrent@peoplescom.net. Website: http://www.lindleyfarmandranch.com.


Lovejoy Farm is located in Bosque County near Lake Whitney in central Texas. We raise clean, pasture finished beef.

Our pastures are free of chemical fertilizers and toxic sprays and have been for the past 7 years. We use a natural dry fertilizer and supplement by foliar feeding with liquid molasses and active soil amendments.

We have selected Senepol as our beef breed for their well known resistance to flies and parasites, tolerance to heat, calm nature and tender meat. Our animals are raised on grasses, legumes, water and minerals. The mineral mixture contains diatomaceous earth to insure all micro-nutrients are available and the animal has a clean healthy digestive system. No growth hormones, antibiotics, or chemical wormers are used, ever!

Our pasture finished beef is custom processed at a local USDA-inspected facility and cut and wrapped to your specifications. Our beef is sold by hanging weight in halves. Prices vary somewhat, so please call for a current price.

Our clean grassfed hamburger is also available at Nature's Health Nook, Tin Top Village, HWY 22, Whitney, TX 76692.

Lovejoy Farm, George and Henrietta Lovejoy, 465 County Road 3635, Clifton TX 76634. (254) 622-8836.
E-mail: lovejoy61833@centurylink.net


McClatchy Ranch is located 25 miles southwest of Brownwood, Texas near the historic town of Trickham which was the last stop before Kansas on the John Chisum cattle drive trail. The steers bedded down for the night in a horseshoe loop of the creek where we now raise grass-fed and grass-finished beef.

The McClatchy family has been Hereford breeders for three generations and have won awards for the high quality of our registered breeding stock. Every cow dreams of life on the McClatchy Ranch and a few special ones have enjoyed this idyllic setting for generations.

We begin with the right genetics add grass and tender loving care. Our cattle have been tested and shown to have high levels of the tenderness genes and sonogram muscle density tests have shown our entire herd to be tender. Our cowboys have been trained in gentle handling techniques to assure that the herd stays placid and content. Our cattle are not your ordinary commercial herd, they're something special and almost pampered but still hardy enough to thrive in our ever changing heart of Texas environment. No grain. No feedlot. No antibiotics. No added hormones. No pesticides.

We offer beef by the whole, half and split-quarter cut to your order.

McClatchy Ranch, Merridee McClatchy and Jeanie McClatchy, 12300 FM 1176, Bangs TX 76823. (325) 348-3049.
E-mail: merridee@web-access.net. Website: http://www.mcclatchyranch.com.


Mustang Creek Farm is the name of our place in North-East Texas. We grow a variety of plants which nourish our cattle, sheep and goats.

With rotational grazing as a pasture management tool it’s the animals who take care of the pastures. Naturally, we have to decide which one of the over 70 paddocks needs to be grazed at what time, for how long and by which species or combination of species. This gives us good control on our pastures without using pesticides or commercial fertilizers.

At weaning time, the calves, lambs and goat kids form their own herds which are given first choice when it comes to pasture selection. That’s the key to good growth, tenderness and marbling in beef. Knowing that everything on our farm grows from what nature provides, without the help of the chemical or pharmaceutical industry, gives us the assurance that the meat from our animals can only be very healthy.

All meat which we sell as “grass-fed” meat, comes from our animals which were born and raised on our farm. We do not buy stocker calves or lambs to feed them grass and hay for a period of time and sell them as grassfeds!

Mustang Creek Farm, Myriam or Luis Frick, 11776 FR 410 S, Bogata TX 75417. (903) 632-4865 (home) or (903) 249-2411 (cell).
E-mail: frick@mustangcreekfarm.com. Website: http://www.mustangcreekfarm.com.


Nature's Way Family Farm is located in central east Texas. We raise some of our own food and have some left over for sale. We raise pastured pigs, and they have access to the wood lot, too. We also sell pastured broiler chickens, and pastured eggs. Our chickens (and pigs) have access to sunshine, bugs, and grass at all times. I also hand milk our grass fed milk Jersey cows and make butter and yogurt.

I plant a large garden in the spring. I use compost, and other organic amendments, but I am not certified organic. We sell our products right from the farm and occasionally go to farmers markets in the surrounding area (Palestine, Corsicana, Tyler, Waco). We do not use any chemicals on our animals, or our soil. I add compost and other organic amendments to the pasture, for the use of our own animals, and usually use our own hay. We use apple cider vinegar, Basic H, DE, and rotational grazing to combat parasites.

Our products may or may not be available all year round. We mainly farm for family use, so please call if you are in our area to see what is available.

Nature's Way Family Farm, Chris Ludwick, 104 CR 523, Fairfield TX 75840. (903) 389-4806.
E-mail: nwffarm@valornet.com.


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Nitschke Natural Beef is produced from cattle raised from birth on our family ranch, the Circle N, near the DFW Metroplex in Jefferson County, OK. Our mostly-Angus herds graze their entire lives on large, rolling prairie pastures. We sell frozen beef in 40-lb bulk packages, mixed quarters, sides and wholes in southern Oklahoma and North Texas through our website, but do not ship at this time. Delivery can be arranged by appointment.

Fully pasture-finishing cattle means great tasting, well marbled beef that’s also good for you. Since healthy, living soil, teaming with bio-diversity, is where it all begins, the Circle N Ranch employs only sustainable agriculture practices. Enhanced by compost tea and other biological activity stimulants, our soil is a rich mixture of beneficial microbes, organic matter and natural minerals. No chemical amendments or treatments are used. Although our ranching practices align, we are not currently certified organic, but plan to pursue it in the future.

Our calves pasture-finish at about 24 months, are never confined, given growth hormones or antibiotics, and are handled in a gentle, low stress manner.

We are committed to providing you with the healthiest, best tasting beef possible, and we continually seek to improve our genetics and forages. We believe that sustainable practices in agriculture enhance our food chain, improve our health and the overall well-being of all our animals. Animal Welfare Approved and American Grassfed Association Certified.

Nitschke Natural Beef, LLC., Lauren and Gary Nitschke, Ranch: The Circle N Ranch, 12390 N 2800 Road, Waurika, OK, (214) 207-5573 (Lauren's cell).
E-mail: beef@nnbeef.com. Website: http://www.nnbeef.com.


Nors Four Star Farms is a family farm, owned and operated by Kevin & Karleen Nors. It is located just outside of Abbott, TX. We currently raise Grass-Fed Beef and Grass-Fed Lamb. We take great pride in humanely raising our animals, keeping them happy and healthy, free of any antibiotics, growth hormones, or exposure to pesticides.

We practice sustainable livestock and pasture management. Red Angus / Red Devon cattle and Katahdin / Dorper sheep have been selected because they work well together in a natural grazing system. With rotational grazing and multi-species on our farm, we have eliminated the need for herbicides and commercial parasite control. Native and improved varieties of grass and clover are established to extend the grazing seasons, and give our animals balanced nutrition. Sea minerals are offered to our animals year round. Quality hay is fed when supplementation is necessary.

Our meats are available for pickup from the farm by appointment, or call us for delivery options.

We appreciate your support of our efforts to contribute to healthier lifestyles, and environmentally friendly and sustainable farming practices!

Nors Four Star Farms, Kevin and Karleen Nors, 1040 HCR 2340, Abbott TX 76621, (254) 855-2417 (Karleen) or (254) 313-7900 (Kevin).
E-mail: knors@aircanopy.net. Website: http://norsfourstarfarms.com.


Olde World Farms is a family farm owned and operated by John and Karla McLaughlin. Olde World Farms raises Grassfed Beef and Lamb and Pastured Chicken and Pork.

All our animals spend their lives on pasture. Our beef and lamb only receive hay and natural minerals as supplements to their grass-based diet and are never fed grain. In addition to pasture, our chickens and pigs only receive our own blend of feed and minerals. None of our animals ever receive antibiotics, artificial hormones or steroids or animal by-products of any kind. Our animals are humanely raised, and are never kept penned or in confined, unsanitary conditions.

For our beef, we select only medium-framed British breeds. The cattle are ultrasounded to determine tenderness before harvesting to ensure the cuts are of the highest possible quality. Our beef is dry-aged for 14 to 21 days, producing a tender and richly-flavored meat.

For our lamb program, we raise Katahdins. Katahdins, a type of “hair sheep,” do not produce wool and since they don’t produce wool, they lack lanolin glands in their skin, resulting in a mild, delicately flavored meat which is generally preferred by our customers.

Our Tamworth pigs are a heritage breed known for their ability to survive and prosper on pasture. Their red skin gives them an advantage in the heat and humidity of Southeast Texas. Their affinity for acorns gives them a unique flavor that can’t be matched.

The laying hens and broilers are raised on pasture in portable coops that are moved throughout the pasture to provide access to fresh grass and tasty insects.

Our meats are available at the farm by appointment or at the Houston Bayou City Farmers Market which operates every Saturday ("rain or Shine") from 8am to noon.

Olde World Farms, John or Karla McLaughlin, 25040 Gay Lake Road, Montgomery TX 77356, (936) 597-3999.
E-mail: owf@oldeworldfarms.com. Website: http://www.oldeworldfarms.com.


At Open Range Cattle Co., we are committed to producing our beef at a higher level of safety. Our goal is to provide a safe, healthy, great-tasting beef for our customers.

Using methods of our grandfathers, we are proud of the beef we produce. We do not use chemicals of any kind, no growth hormones, or antibiotics. We only feed fine quality pasture, hay we produce, and hay produced for us, adhering to our strict guidelines.

We realize you can purchase grass fed beef from many local producers, but at Open Range Cattle Co. we believe our pride in our product, commitment to customer care, and great value will keep you coming back time and again.

We invite you to check us out. Located in Paradise, Texas, we are only a short drive from the DFW Metroplex. Come see for yourself why Open Range Cattle Co. is your choice for natural grass fed beef.

Open Range Cattle Co., Mike Brewer, 1913 FM 2123, Paradise TX. (817) 247-3381.
E-mail: mike@openrangecattle.com. Website: http://www.openrangecattle.com.


PaiDom strives to grow and market the finest quality, drug-free and grass-finished meats. In their fourth year of operation, PaiDom provides pastured lamb, beef, poultry. Shipment via UPS 2-day air is available for orders of 50 pounds. Variety packs are available that combine different types of meat.

Visit our website or call for more information.

PaiDom, Alan Birkenfield, HCR 1, Box 56, Nazareth TX 79063. (806) 945-2218.
E-mail: carnivore@paidom.com Website: http://www.paidom.com


Pendleton Ranch, Gainesville, TX breeds and raises grass fed Texas Longhorn beef. No steroids, pesticides, growth hormones are used at our ranch.

The meat is processed at one of two excellent USDA meat processors in our county. The meat is available through our local Gainesville, TX health food store, The Nutrition Cupboard.

Pendleton Ranch, Craig & Vicki Morrow, 3200 CR 218, Gainesville, TX 76240. (940) 665-9943.
E-mail: craig@pendletonranch.com. Website: http://www.heart-healthy-beef.com


P.O.P. Acres Ranch and Farm produces Soy-Free, GMO-Free, and Corn-Free poultry on pasture. We raise Turkeys (sold whole) and Chickens (whole and parts). We also raise grass-fed beef (by the cut) without grain, hormones, commercial wormers or antibiotics. Both beef and poultry are processed at small, local USDA inspected processing facilities.

We SHIP coast to coast our frozen meats. We DELIVER to farmers markets, businesses, and homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Waco areas.

Our pastures and family garden are maintained using organic principles since we started the farm in 2004. Our cattle receive Redmond minerals, DE, humates and organic alfalfa pellets as well as apple cider vinegar in their trough water. Our poultry ration supporting our pastured meat birds and brown egg layers is free of soy, gmo grains, and corn.

P.O.P. Acres Ranch and Farm, Donald and Jackie King, 8040 FM 642, Purdon, TX 76679. (903) 229-7505
E-mail: popacres@gmail.com. Website: http://www.popacres.com.


Prairie Oasis Farm is a family farm located 6 miles west of Weatherford in Parker County, approximately 30 minutes west of Fort Worth. We have raised grassfed meats since 1994.

We offer pastured poultry—Chickens and Holiday Turkeys. Our poultry are also fed a GMO-free and Soy-free grain ration.

Grassfed (not grainfed) Lamb is raised on native prairie grasses.

Ethically Raised - Green Pastures, Fresh Air, and Sunshine;
Chemical Free - No Herbicides, Pesticides, or Synthetic Fertilizers;
Healthy Animals - No Antibiotics;
Natural Growth - No Growth Hormones;
Grass Fed - Graze on Native Grass Pastures;
All Natural - No Preservatives.

Holiday turkeys are available fresh from the farm in November just before Thanksgiving.

Products also available at the Cowtown Farmers Market in Fort Worth.

Prairie Oasis Farm, Allen and Kim Boone, 1020 Fox Road, Millsap TX 76066. (817) 550-7022.
E-mail: akboone@skybeammail.com. Website: http://www.prairieoasisfarm.com.

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Re-creation Ranch. Our all-natural lean beef is the product of 20 years of development by crossing Limousin, a beef bred in Europe for its tenderness, leanness, and carcass weight, and the Texas Longhorn, which by natural selection provides excellent maternal instincts and foraging habits of natural vegetation. This combination produces a more nutritious, tasty, lean and wholesome beef.

We raise our beef on our rotationally grazed pastures for their entire life, from birth to processing. While not certified organic, we raise them in a manner that exceeds organic standards. We use no growth stimulants, antibiotics or feed supplements. Our animals are selected for processing as they mature to a preferred age and size.

We sell our beef directly to the consumer, working from a list of buyers on a first come first served basis. Processing is done by a local custom processor to our specifications and sold by the portion of the processed animal, i.e., 1/2,1/4,1/8, etc. Yield is normally 300 to 350 pounds carcass weight. Example: If a carcass produces 80 pounds of ground beef and customer orders ¼ beef, they receive 20 pounds of ground beef. We also sell animals live for those who wish to buy and handle processing themselves.

Call for pricing due to excessive market changes that impact production of our beef.

We encourage customers to visit our ranch and see how our animals are raised.

Re-creation Ranch, Jim or Rosanne Smalley, 1090 FM 1534, Peoria/ Hillsboro, TX, 76645. (254) 580-9668.
E-mail: farmerjim@hillsboro.net


Rehoboth Ranch is located 45 miles northeast of Dallas. We raise beef, lamb and poultry on pastures untainted by pesticides, herbicides, and synthetic chemical fertilizer. No hormones/steroids or antibiotics are given to the animals. Beef and lamb are raised and finished on grass—no feedlots or grain. Chickens and turkeys are raised on pasture in moveable pens, free-ranging during daylight hours.

Ground beef and chicken are available year-round at the ranch. Beef and lamb cuts are available seasonally. Turkeys are available for Thanksgiving. Call for availability.

Rehoboth Ranch, Robert Hutchins Family, 2238 County Road 1081, Greenville TX 75401. (903) 450-8145.
E-mail: hutchins@rehobothranch.com Website: http://www.rehobothranch.com


Rockin L Dorpers. We started raising sheep in northeast Texas about one and a half years ago. We chose Dorpers because they are hair sheep and shed, therefore no shearing. They lamb every 8 months, the meat is better with no strong "lamb taste." Carcass weight is 57– 58% compared to 51% for most other breeds. They grow very fast.The Dorpers raise good lambs on forage where most sheep barely exist.

We raise our lambs on grass and sometimes have to feed a little hay. we supplement with a mineral mix of Sea Salt, Sea kelp and Diatomaceous earth. We worm with Garlic Barrier. We believe Grass Fed to be much better than "Organic" as organic tells you what they don't use, nothing about what they do use.

We leave the rams in year round so usually have butcher lambs for sale. We have breeding stock for sale also. Fullblood rams, percentage & purebred rams. We usually have ewe lambs for sale, both percentage and purebred. Our ewe lambs are at least 6 months old and ready to breed. Or possibly bred.

Visit our website or give us a call. We are at Mt Vernon, on Interstate 30, 100 miles east of Dallas.

Rockin L Dorpers, Art & Linda Fredrickson, 2724 Hwy 37 N, Mount Vernon TX 75457. (903) 537-3194.
E-mail: rockinl@mt-vernon.com Website: http://www.rockinldorpers.com


Rockin L Lowlines. When I was diagnosed with CIDP and was not able to work much we looked for an alternative to our Dorper sheep. We found that for small acreages the Lowline beef cattle are perfect.

Lowlines require much less work than the sheep and are very easy to manage. They are more like pets than cattle, and kids love them. They don't require a lot of feed and they return much higher profits than full size cattle or sheep. They are also more ecologically friendly because they are easier on the pastures than full size cattle. Lowlines finish well on grass and they are great for natural, health conscious programs. We sell our Lowline cross steers for meat.

Do you have a small acreage? Lowlines qualify you for an agricultural tax exemption if you only have 3 or 4 acres. This alone will save you enough to pay for them. Along with feed efficiency and ease of handling you get the advantages of premium prices. At the 2006 national lowline sale 54 head, (40 fullbloods and 14 percentage females and 3 percentage bulls) averaged over $5500 per head! Lowlines are a joy to work with and very rewarding financially, and the fact that they are the best beef on the market helps.

Rockin L Lowlines, Art & Linda Fredrickson, 2724 Hwy 37 N, Mount Vernon TX 75457. (903) 537-3194.
E-mail: rockinl@mt-vernon.com Website: http://www.rockinldorpers.com


The Rocking S.O.B. Ranch—oh, that stands for Sandy or Billye—is located in Eastland County. Our animals are all grass fed; of course, with no antibiotics or hormones.

We sell beef by whole or half or have individual cuts available. We also have free-range eggs. Contact us by e-mail or phone.

Some of our products are also available through Owens' Organic, Nature's Medicine Shoppe, and Honey Bee Natural Foods, all in Brownwood TX. See Texas–Beyond the Farm for details.

Rocking S.O.B. Ranch, Sandy Doss, PO Box 617, Rising Star TX 76471. (254) 643-3700.
E-mail: rocksob@txol.net.


Ross Valley Ranch, members of the American Grassfed Association, features

Certified

certified Red Angus cattle with pasture to plate genetics. Our dry-aged beef is offered as split halves, halves, or whole, processed to your order. It is priced under "Preferred Angus" at retail stores and available year-round. We only sell what we breed and raise.

Ross Valley Ranch, Lloyd and Marie Robinson, PO Box 1, Bryson TX 76427. (940) 392-2123. Physical address: 1167 Ross Valley Road.
E-mail: doubler@brazosnet.com Website: http://www.rossvalleyranch.com


Sand Creek Farm & Dairy is a family farm nestled in the rolling hills near Cameron, TX. We utilize sustainable farming practices.

Raw Cow Milk: Our milk is from Jersey, Guernsey, Jersey x French Normandy dairy cows on a 100% grass diet, completely grain-free, with a rotational grazing system. Our cows are tested and free of BLV (bovine leukemia virus), TB, Brucellosis, BVD (bovine viral diarrhea) for your protection and ours. Our Guernsey bull is a tested A2 bull, listed at the A2/A2 corporation and with the American Guernsey Association. We are moving our entire herd towards A2 status. Our pastures are organically managed for forage quality. Our goal is to provide your family and ours nutrient dense foods.

Dairy Items: Whole Milk, Raw Milk Cheeses,Yogurt+ Kefir and Whey. All dairy products are raw, non-pasteurized, non-homogenized, pastured, grass fed diet, hormone-free, antibiotic-free, humanely raised. + Note: yogurt is pasteurized by process.

Produce CSA: Seasonal non-certified organic produce grown in our aquaponics facility, high tunnel and in the soil. We plan to have fresh vegetables available 45 weeks out of the year.

Meat Items: Pastured Broilers, turkey and Pork — Soy-free feed, hormone-free, antibiotic-free, humanely raised. Pastured Lamb and Beef — 100% grass fed, Hormone-free, antibiotic-free, humanely raised. Lamb can be purchased by the whole. Beef can be purchased by the piece, half or whole.

Other Items: Pastured Eggs — Soy-free feed, hormone-free, antibiotic-free, humanely raised (available seasonally). Honey— Filtered and bottled, no added ingredients, all natural, raw. Grade B Maple Syrup - non-certified organic.

Classes: Many classes are offered upon request. 5 person minimum. Home Milk Cow, Aquaponics, Farming with Horses, Fodder Systems, and more. Let us know what you would like to learn and we will teach you if we can.

Families may purchase from the farm store, join the farm with a Membership and/or participate in our Produce CSA program. See our web page for a group near you or to join our farm.

Sand Creek Farm, Ben and Alysha Godfrey, 1552 CR 267, Cameron TX 76520. (254) 697-2927.
E-mail: support@sandcreekfarm.net Website: http://www.sandcreekfarm.net.


Shady Grove Ranch produces the best quality pasture-raised meats and eggs you can find in the East Texas and Shreveport area. Our products include 100% grass-fed beef, soy-free, non-GMO pasture-raised pork, and truly pastured soy-free poultry, including whole chickens, Thanksgiving turkeys, and fresh eggs.

We use old-fashioned breeds that are hardy and produce well on a natural diet. We focus on utilizing rotational management, “buffet-style” mineral supplementation, total avoidance of chemicals and drugs, and fully finishing our animals on appropriate diets. This means that cows only eat grass, and pigs, chickens, and turkeys forage freely and are supplemented with non-genetically-modified, non-soy grains. Our animals never remain on a fixed patch of ground indefinitely—they are moved regularly, according to season and herd size, to ensure good nutrition and avoidance of disease and parasites.

We only process animals that are nice and fat to ensure amazing flavor, excellent tenderness, and plenty of marbling. Our meat is not extremely lean like some grass-based producers. We believe that most of the goodness about grass-fed beef and pastured pork and chicken is in the fat, so we ask our butcher not to trim, and we select animals for slaughter that are in good body condition—not too fat, not too slim. Animal protein with a moderate amount of fat is tastier, more filling, and easier to digest than leaner meat. Our animals are bred for efficient pasture-fattening and they eat diets appropriate to their species The fat on our animals is buttery, flavorful, and rich. It is nothing like greasy, filmy corn-fed beef fat! And you have never tried a real pork chop until you have one from our Large Black pigs. Caution: After tasting Shady Grove Ranch products, you may never be able to eat store-bought meat again!

We sell by-the-cut and in bulk. We welcome visitors to our operation so that you can learn where your food comes from and know how it is really produced. We offer farm tours and encourage you to sign up for our semi-monthly newsletter to receive information (but never spam!) about our specials, practices, events, and more.

Shady Grove Ranch, Jerica Cadman, 539 Shady Grove Road, Jefferson TX 75657. (903) 665-7076.
E-mail: sales@shadygroveranch.net. Website: http://www.shadygroveranch.net.


Shudde Ranch Beef is natural beef, 100% grassfed on oats, summer grazer and Bermuda grass. We use no pesticides, no antibiotics, no hormones or steroids—All Natural!!

We sell and ship directly to our customers in variety boxes or halves and quarters. Our beef is from breeding stock that is naturally low fat and low cholesterol. It is tested tender, processed at a local USDA inspected plant, and packaged in convenient boneless cuts.

We focus on the nutrition of our beef—of our grasses—of our soil.

Shudde Ranch Beef, Gerry or Janelle Shudde, PO Box 415, Highway 187 South 10894, Sabinal TX 78881. (830) 988-2155.
E-mail: shudderanch@yahoo.com Website: http://www.shudderanch.com


Slanker's is the nation's Internet Store for grass-fed meats. Meat offerings include: 100% Grass-Fed Beef, 100% Grass-Fed Lamb, 100% Grass-Fed Goat, 100% Grass-Fed Pork, 100% Grass-Fed Bison, Wild Ocean Caught Alaskan Salmon, Raw Milk 100% Grass-Fed Cheeses, Pastured Butter, Pastured Chicken and Pastured Heritage Turkey. Also available are Condiments, Macadamia Nut Cooking Oils, Walnut Oil, Steak Dance, Real Salt, and more, much more.

All orders are custom built (you pick and choose exactly the cuts and products you want in each order) starting at 15 pounds. Volume price discounts kick in at 67 pounds, 134 pounds, and over 201 pounds. Meats are shipped 52 weeks a year to a clientele in all 50 states and beyond.

Slanker's Web site is loaded with outstanding essays covering a wide range of topics involving health and real foods. Plus it hosts an outstanding Science Links Page that is educational and practical. Voted the most informative web site on the Web that markets grass-fed meats by Internet Surfers. In addition, Slanker's offers a free newsletter that is a real newsletter with a no holds barred approach.

Slanker's Grass-fed Meats, Ted Slanker, 3255 CR 45400, Powderly TX 75473. (866)-SLANKER (752-6537) or (903) 732-4653.
E-mail: goodmeat@slanker.com Website: www.texasgrassfedmeat.com.


Sloans Creek Farm is a family farm located in Northeast Texas at the northern edge of the rolling Blackland Prairie. We have gone from a typical, conventional Angus beef cattle and horse farm to a Non-Certified Organic, Sustainable, Grass-based Family Farm. We focus on quality grassfed meats in the form of Grainless Red Poll Beef, Salad Bar St. Croix Hair Sheep, and Grainless Myotonic Goat, all of which are heritage livestock breeds produced strictly on grass.

We don't use Hormone Implants, Routine Antibiotics, or Chemical Dewormers in our livestock production. We are trying to take care of God’s Creation, the way we believe He would like, sustainably and organically. We market thru on farm private treaty sales of livestock and hay. We also market our grainless meats in the form of wholes, halves, and quarters from the point of slaughter.

Currently, meat shipping isn’t an option. Animals are purchased with a purchase deposit fee of $100 for beeves and $50 each for sheep and goats. We then transport the animal to the point of slaughter. For more information, availability, current pricing, and accepted forms of payment contact us.

Promoting Heritage Livestock Thru Good Eating!!

Sloans Creek Farm, Cathy and Nathan Melson, 3385 E State Highway 56, Dodd City TX 75438. (903) 583-4951.
E-mail: sloanscreekfarm@juno.com Website: http://homepage.mac.com/nbmelson/.


Slow Food Farm specializes in producing quality pastured poultry year round, but also offers grass-fed beef, pastured pork and rabbit seasonally. All of our animals are managed in the way best suited to the species and all are treated with compassion, respect and affection. Slow Food Farm is managed in a sustainable way and owners Harry and Jennifer Huf strive to be good stewards of the land their farm calls home.

Fresh and frozen whole chickens are available year round, while beef is offered only twice per year. Currently pork is available about once per season but increased production is in the works. Rabbit meat is available when possible (we're still figuring the girls out). All products are available farm-direct and via delivery in the Austin area; chicken is available weekly at The Mercantile at Dyer Dairy in Georgetown as well as at the Bastrop Farmer's Market. Additional markets are being added as the farm grows.

Slow Food Farm is actively pursuing organic certification but has not obtained it yet. The chickens are fed certified organic grain from the local feed mill; the cows and pigs get organic alfalfa hay, chemical-free grass hay, and are kept on organically managed pastures.

Chickens are processed on-farm, in accordance with our state issued Grant of Exemption, as humanely as possible. Harry and Jennifer take special care to minimize or omit suffering and handle each chicken individually. Beef and pork are processed at the local State Inspected processing facility, which is small and takes individual care of each animal.

Farmers Markets: Bastrop Farmer's Market, Saturdays 10-2pm
Grocery Stores: Bastrop Producer's Market, 977 Highway 71 West, Bastrop, TX. and The Mercantile at Dyer Dairy, 7801 East Highway 29, Georgetown, TX.

Slow Food Farm, Jennifer Huf, 1465 County Road 458A, Thorndale TX 76577. (512) 898-2925.
E-mail: slowfoodfarminfo@gmail.com. Website: http://www.slowfoodfarm.com.


Star Haven Farms is owned and operated by Ray and Karen Hadaway, and has been in our family since the 1930s. We are located 35 miles east of Bryan College Station, TX (home of Texas A & M University) near Iola.

We raise grassfed beef, Boer meat goats, and eggs from pastured chickens. At Star Haven Farms our cattle are rotationally grazed on 40 acres of pastureland, and are raised on mother's milk, grasses, alfalfa and clover. They do not receive grain, hormones, antibiotics, or other chemicals. Our hens roam the pastures dining on all the green grass, bugs, frogs and lizards they can eat, but we do supplement with natural hen scratch.

Our beef is processed at Readfield's Meat Market in Bryan, a locally owned and operated Texas State inspected meat cutter. We sell our beef by the side, split quarter (evenly divided cuts from both the fore and hind quarters), and in small and large variety packs for those with limited freezer space. Shipping is available within Texas. We are also making monthly deliveries to Katy and Brenham.

We also offer a limited number of Boer show wethers for FFA and 4H projects and quality Fullblood and Percentage Boer breeding stock throughout the year.

Star Haven Farms, Ray and Karen Hadaway, 17754 CR 124, Iola TX 77831. (936) 394-9072.
E-mail: starhaven@mscc.net Website: http://www.texasgrassfed.com


SteakBurger is 100% grassfed beef from the Johnson Ranch near Dallas, TX. We don't feed any grain. No hormones, no antibiotics, nothing but grass.

Our product is unique because it is actually all the cuts of beef, including the steaks, ground up. It is true "SteakBurger"—and that's not just marketing hype. Our SteakBurger patties may very well be the best grilled burgers you will ever taste. We ship all over the US.

SteakBurger, Andrew Johnson, 1002 Sevier Road, Milford TX 76670. (972) 493-4777.
E-mail: andrewj@SteakBurger.com Website: http://www.SteakBurger.com

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Talltex Beef. “Tender and Good for the Heart”TM This is accomplished by two completely different breeds of cattle, with two common traits gentleness and tenderness. The Belgian Blue breed grows at rates higher than cattle treated with growth hormones. They have very low fat levels, yet the meat is very moist and juicy. The Japanese Wagyu, the breed known by the town of Kobe, is very slow growing and has more marbling than any other breed. Yet with all this fat there is very little cholesterol.

We now have four choices in the grass-fed beef you can get. High percent Belgian Blue, Angus/Hereford, High percent Wagyu and Blu-Wagyu. With all the breed combinations, you get “Old West Ranch Flavor”TM.

Buying our meat: At Farmers market we sell individual cuts, the rest of the year we try to stick to halves, quarters, eighths and bulk burger. We are always willing to work with the customer in their needs.

We currently attend the Amarillo Farmers Market on Saturday mornings, and the Borger Farmers Market on Friday mornings from July - September. The Dixon Co-op in Dixon, NM can arrange deliveries a couple of times a year.

Talltex Beef, David and Christine Meyer, 1023 Denrock, Dalhart TX 79022. (806) 24-GRASS (7277).
E-mail: talltex@xit.net. Web page coming soon: http://talltexbeef.biz.

 


Terra Sienna Grass Fed Beef specializes in raising cattle on year-round pasture consisting of perennial summer bermuda grass, annual winter rye & wheat grasses and clover. At Terra Sienna Grass Fed Beef, healthy soils yielding lush pasture is our number one priority. Through this focus on the land we are able to provide year-round pasture with optimum protein and brix levels to produce exceptionally flavorful grass fed beef, rich in Omega-3 fatty acid.

We are often asked to explain the difference between our grass fed meat and organic beef. Under the organic beef label, a farmer still feeds the cattle grain or corn in confinement. Terra Sienna Grass Fed Beef cattle are never given antibiotics, hormones or steroids, and are managed in a natural, stress-free, free range, pasture environment yielding superior quality grass fed meat. Once our cattle have been finished to perfection, each beef is processed to our exacting standards at a USDA inspected facility, and dry-aged for 14 days to enhance flavor and tenderness.

To ensure freshness and quality, we personally deliver our grass fed beef in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding areas.

Terra Sienna Grass Fed Beef is the product of the Helm Family's focus on grass farming, land stewardship and our commitment to producing the very best healthy, flavorful, artisan grass fed beef for our family, friends and discerning customers.

Terra Sienna Grass Fed Beef, Jerry and Renee Helm, mailing address: 8921 Crest Ridge Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76179. (817) 507-5547.
E-mail: helm@terrasiennagrassfedbeef.com. Website: http://www.terrasiennagrassfedbeef.com.


Terrell Ranch is located north of Commerce, Texas, surrounded by crop fields and beautiful country side. The 185-acre farm changed to organic production in 2000 and has specialized in high quality (non-certified) organic beef production. The size of the farm limits the number of animals produced in any one year to about 50, and our carefully nurtured product can be likened to an exclusive wine.

Our beef is raised guilt free! Our cattle live on grass in large fields 24/7/365 as they are supposed to. We do not administer antibiotics in the feed (a standard feedlot approach) or growth hormones. No artificial fertilizers, genetically modified feed or growth promoting agents are used.

You can purchase beef by the side or by the whole. Our meat dry ages for 14 days and our butcher will help you choose how you want your meat cut and wrapped. All of our meat is delivered frozen and shrink wrapped, and labeled with the cut of meat and the weight on each package.

Visit our website for all the information you'll need to place your order for Terrell USDA inspected organic beef.

Terrell Black Angus Ranch, Howard Terrell, 6196 FM 904 S, Klondike TX. (214) 243-9156.
E-mail: terrellangusranch@terrellangusranch.com Website: http://www.terrellangusranch.com.


Texas Criollo Beef. Warren Ranch produces 100% grass-fed, pasture raised Criollo beef under our brand “Texas Criollo Beef.”

Criollo beef is exceptionally lean, tender and flavorful with all of the health benefits people have come to expect from grass-fed beef. Criollo beef has been proven in DNA testing to rival Kobe beef (from Wagyu cattle) for tenderness and Angus beef for quality, yet is family affordable. Criollo beef is 50% leaner than “feed lot” beef and our customers tell us there is no comparison on taste.

Criollo are superbly adapted for the environments of the North American southwest. Renowned for their hardiness, fertility, gentle nature and longevity, the animals themselves can reduce the beef industry’s environmental impact. Our cattle spend their entire lives roaming spacious pastures in Central Texas. We use no hormones or antibiotics.

Our beef may be ordered online at our website. We provide free delivery in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and sell at the Dallas Farmers Market on Fridays & Saturdays. Or your order can be shipped for a nominal fee or you can pick up at our ranch in Whitney, Texas.

Texas Criollo Beef, Kenneth Woodell, PO Box 1649, Whitney TX 76692. (254) 337-0263.
E-mail: info@texascriollobeef.com. Website: http://www.HealthyBeef.com.


Texas Longhorn Cooperative raises grass-fed Texas Longhorn beef. The Texas Longhorn is high in taste, and low in calories, fat and cholesterol. It is in fact lower in all these categories than white chicken meat. Longhorn beef is naturally lean; no trimming is necessary to make our ground beef and steaks all 98% lean, and our sausages 85–88% lean.

(Information based on 3.5 oz. serving)
Meat Calories Protein
(gms)
Fat
(gms)
Cholesterol
(gms)
Weight
Watchers®
Longhorn
140
25.5
3.7
61.5
3

Please visit our website to see the great variety of the leanest meat available anywhere.You will love the taste, texture and even the aroma of genuine Longhorn beef.

Our animals are 100% grass fed from birth to processing, raised free roaming on pastures their entire life, have never been confined to a feed lot, and are never fed or injected with any steroids or hormones.

Our beef is available through our online store and at the Dallas Farmers Market (Thursday-Sunday) Waxahachie Farmers Market, the Hillsboro Farmers Market, and the Van Alstyne Farmers Market, and the Garden Harvests Organic Farm, FM 1387, Waxahachie, TX.

Shipping is available.

Texas Longhorn Cooperative, George Slayton or Gary Kudrna, PO Box 452, Rice TX 75155. (903) 326-4069 or (214) 893-1770.
E-mail: george.slayton@txlonghorncoop.org or LzLonghorn@aol.com. Website: http://www.txlonghorncoop.org.


Texas Ranch Beef produces grass fed Longhorn and Longhorn-cross Charolais beef pastured on its three ranches known as Texas Ranch Life, totaling 4,000 acres of rich pasture country in Austin County.

Our 600 Longhorn cows have exceptional vigor, good frames, muscle structure, hardiness, and are naturally resistant to disease and travel exceptionally well—this makes them the best mama cows for raising calves on grass range conditions without grain-based supplemental feeds. Texas Longhorn cows crossed with Charolais bulls produce an extra lean meat with good muscle size showing no fat in the muscle. We also produce pure Longhorn calves for beef. Our cattle are high in Omega-3 and CLA and tenderness is good.

All beef is raised from calves born on the ranch and we certify our meat to be 100% natural grass fed beef free of hormones and antibiotics. We have been in the cattle ranching business for over 40 years.

The native grass pastures are managed through rotational grazing, holistic practices and seasonal use to enhance good grasses and forage for the cattle. Yearling cattle are grown out to 600–700 pounds on native prairie grass pastures, some of which are overseeded with rye grass in the winter.

Cattle are raised in large pastures about 400-plus acres each. They are handled quietly by horseback and in a low stress manner to avoid sickness and the need for antibiotics and other medicines. Unstressed cattle on good native grass pastures means beef that is healthy, hormone and antibiotic free, and in prime condition for harvest.

Texas Ranch Beef is processed and inspected in a USDA approved facility, vacuum packaged, fresh-frozen and supplied year-round. We offer a variety of cuts including steaks, ground meat, hamburger in 2-pound packages. We sell over the internet and have a ranch retail store on Main Street in Bellville, Texas.

Texas Ranch Life LLC & Texas Ranch Beed LLC, John and Taunia Elick, 310 East Main, Bellville TX 77418.
E-mail: grassbeef@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.texasranchbeef.com.


Tosca Farm specializes in quality Grass-Fed Beef. Our beef is Dry-Aged to bring out the full, natural, perfect flavor. We process our meat at a USDA certified plant and ship throughout the continental USA via FedEx (frozen, packed in a cooler with dry ice). Our online store offers a wide variety of steaks, jerky, roasts, and meats. Ordering is convenient and fast: Just a few clicks and you’re done! Your order will arrive directly at your doorstep.

Tosca Farm stands for a greener tomorrow. Our mission at Tosca Farm is to manage our land for a sustainable future. To this end we take a holistic approach that rewards the soil, the native plant life, and the production of wholesome, uncompromised food.

It all started with Willy Liesner’s vision to build a farm that would emphasize a healthy and sustainable environment, a vision that is reflected in our commercial tree farm, our grass-fed cattle, and our vineyard.

We’ve created a healthier environment for our cattle: Without the confinement of a feedlot, our cattle don’t need antibiotics. No added growth hormones. Just pure nature. Our cattle is not finished and fattened with grain.

Tosca Farm is pure nature. Our cattle are free to roam and graze on their natural diet—pure, nutrient rich grass.

At Tosca Farm we call the end result: “Beef the way nature intended!” It takes much longer to raise cattle the natural way, but the results speak for themselves.

You have a choice. Choose good quality grass-fed beef from Tosca Farm.

Tosca Farm Grass Fed Beef, Markus Liesner, 231 Hostetter Road, New Waverly TX 77358. (866) 266-8187.
E-mail: info@toscafarmgrassfedbeef.com. Website: http://www.toscafarmgrassfedbeef.com.


Truth Hill Farm offers tender, loving green-fed beef by the whole, half, and quarter. Ground beef and steak are sold by the pound. The beef is available from late spring to early summer. In addition to the beef, free-range eggs are available at the end of the summer. Work is underway to provide chicken and pork on a small scale.

The beef calves are rotated daily on paddocks of high energy grasses in the spring. They are not treated with hormones or medications, and the pasture is fertilized with organic soil amendments only. We feed diatomaceous earth and kelp for worming and mineral supplements.

We invite people to come out to our farm and see how we raise our animals. We also offer hiking, fishing, picnicking, and playing with the baby animals. Our farm is located one hour northeast of Dallas so families can easily come for an afternoon at the farm.

Truth Hill Farm, Terry L. Pillard, 17953 CR 618, Farmersville TX 75442. (903) 776-2173.
E-mail: truth_hill@yahoo.com


Vista Knoll Farm is located 50 miles north of Dallas. Started in 1972, the farm's original purpose was to raise Devon beef cattle for breeding stock. Devon cattle are one of the oldest and purest English breeds that prosper on grass. Their docile nature and our low-stress management aid efficient weight gain, plus these Devons have the tenderness and A2 gene.

We focus on healthy nutrition for the cattle, our grasses and our soil using natural fertilizer. They are raised on native and Bermuda grass pastures with NO grain, hormones, steroids or antibiotics. The steers for purchase were born and raised on the farm, roaming the pastures and receiving gentle, low-stress, and kind treatment.

Steers for beef are available by the half or whole and we will deliver them to the processor. The processor we use knows how to age and process grass-finished beef properly. You work directly with the processor to have the beef cut exactly as you wish. If you have not done this before we will work with you, as will the processor, to figure out the best cuts for you.

Vista Knoll Farm, Charlie or Virginia Whitworth, PO Box 457, Whitewright, TX 75491. (972) 989-4934 or (903) 815-8919.
E-mail: virginia@vistaknollfarms.com. Website: http://www.vistaknollfarms.com.


USDA Organic Seal

At Vital Farms we pride ourselves in producing the finest egg possible,which for us means pasture-raised and certified organic.

Allowing our girls to be outside all the time means they live a natural existence and enjoy their lives. Their days include plenty of fresh air, sunshine, and fun, while foraging in plenty of space on native grasses. We think all this translates into the eggs they produce.

Our pasture, hens, and feed are all certified USDA organic. This ensures no antibiotics, herbicides, pesticides or added hormones ever come into contact with our land, animals, or the eggs they produce.

A truly pasture-raised egg is superior in taste, texture, appearance, and nutritional content. It also means we're responsible stewards of our environment, and humanely treating the animals who produce such a great product for our consumption.

Our model is unique in that we are based in Austin, TX, but we also use a distributed network of independent producers to raise eggs according to our guidelines, all sold under our brand. This allows us to get quality food onto more tables across the country via Whole Foods Markets, as well as to various farmers markets, grocery stores and restaurants in the Austin area. Visit our website or Eatwild's Texas Beyond the Farm page for details.

Vital Farms, Jason Jones, 4507 Brandt Road, Austin TX 78744. (877) 455-3063.
E-mail: jason@vitalfarms.com. Website: http://www.vitalfarms.com.


Warren Ranch – See Texas Criollo Beef above.


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Watterson Ranch, certified by both Animal Welfare Approved and the American Grassfed Association (AGA), raises, processes and sells USDA inspected, dry aged beef in quarter, half and whole quantities within Central Texas.

Natural. Local. Grass fed. Sustainable. These are principles that Watterson Ranch has embodied since the 50s. The 1850s.

As the sixth generation to grow up on this land raising cattle, we grew up eating beef we had raised, a luxury then available only to family. Things are done right when you know your family will put it on their plates.

We produce food that is honest-no shortcuts, fillers or additives. We never use hormones or antibiotics. Our cattle freely roam and graze on what God has provided. Fresh grass in the summer, hay from our own pastures in the winter, free choice natural minerals and plenty of fresh, clean water. Our cattle are never penned up in a feedlot or fed grain, but we believe that quality matters-in the happiness of our animals, in our impact to the land and the world, and in the food that you consume. It matters.

USDA inspected, great tasting certified grass fed beef from a local, sustainable and proud Texas ranch, previously available only to our kin. Welcome to the family.

Watterson Ranch, Scott Miller or Tim Miller, 625 Watterson Road, Bastrop TX 78602. (512) 332-6084.
E-mail: scott@wattersonranch.com. Website: http://www.wattersonranch.com.


Wild Type Ranch is a family ranch located in Milam County Texas. Ralph and Sara, with their young boys Alex and Eric, raise registered Red Angus and Black Angus cattle. Our guiding principle is respect for all life. We believe in working with nature to produce a high quality, sustainable product. Ten percent of the net proceeds from our beef sales are donated to local family and domestic violence assistance programs.

Wild Type Ranch Beef is pasture-raised, natural beef, from top quality breeding stock. Our beef is raised without hormones, routine antibiotics or confinement. Our cattle spend their life eating grass and hay. Each animal is individually managed and treated humanely and with respect. After harvest, our beef is aged 14-21 days, vacuum-packaged as individual cuts and frozen. We sell our beef by halves, quarters, eighths, small packs and individual cuts. Our beef is available at the Georgetown Farmer’s Markets, and at monthly pickup points in Cedar Park and North Austin. We do custom pickups by arrangement.

We have a limited supply of 100% grass-fed, organically raised (not certified) beef available. We also sell (non-organic) pasture-raised beef that is minimally supplemented with small amount of a grain ration containing Omega-3 oils.

Wild Type Ranch, Sara Faivre-Davis, 2039 CR 140, Cameron TX 76520. (512) 826-2218.
E-mail: beef@wildtyperanch.com. Website: http://www.wildtyperanch.com.


Windswept Farm is a small family farm located near Centerville, TX, about 2 hours from Austin, Dallas, and Houston. We raise Irish Dexter cattle, a heritage breed of cattle known for their small size, good dispositions, and lean beef.

Our cattle live peacefully on pasture and are allowed to graze and grow at their own rate. They are raised naturally on grass without hormones, steroids, or antibiotics, and we use no herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers on our pastures. Locally-grown, high-quality free choice hay is available during harsh winter or drought conditions.

Our grass-fed and finished beef is available by the whole or half (side), and is priced based on hanging weight. Because Dexter cattle are a smaller breed, their cuts are a bit smaller and much less freezer space is required. We have found ours on average to have a hanging weight of roughly 325–375 lbs. For the average family, very often the smaller cuts and particularly smaller quantity of beef is easier to handle than that of the larger breeds of cattle. Our beef is processed at the same local family-owned and operated processor that we use for our own family's beef.

Please call or email for availability, pricing, or more information.

Windswept Farm, Ron and Susan Ware, near Centerville, TX in Leon County. (903) 948-6866
E-mail: windsweptfarmdexters@gmail.com


Windy Meadows Family Farm is located about an hour northeast of Dallas in Hunt County. The Mike Hale Family raises and processes pastured chicken for health-conscious families and discriminating Dallas-area restaurants. We have an on-site state-inspected poultry processing facility and can custom process home grown pastured broilers for home freezers. Call to receive an informational brochure and schedule a processing date.

We also raise grass-fed beef and lamb. Boneless skinless chicken breasts, leg quarters, chicken livers, and bulk chicken sausage are also available.

Windy Meadows Family Farm, Mike and Connie Hale, 8045 CR 4209, Campbell TX 75422. (903) 886-7723.
E-mail: mhale@worldlogon.com Website: http://www.windymeadowschicken.com


Yonder Way Farm is nestled amongst the rolling bluebonnet hills of Washington County a few miles outside of Brenham, Texas. We provide 100% grass-fed and grass-finished beef, pastured pork, free-range eggs, and pastured poultry.

From the moment you arrive at Yonder Way Farm, you will visually see chickens pecking at the grass, cows grazing in the pasture, and pigs rooting in the ground. We have a passion to re-establish the lost art of grass-farming. Our animals are never treated with antibiotics, growth hormones, or vaccines.

Our cows are rotated daily on fresh grass using managed intensive grazing (MIG). We have fully irrigated pastures to ensure green grass year around. Our cows are birthed into a closed herd and finished on our farm on fresh green grass.

Our pigs are raised strictly on pasture and are never confined. Their diet is supplemented with 100% USDA Certified Organic feed specifically formulated for a pigs dietary needs.

Our chickens are true free-range birds allowed to roam pastures freely. They are never confined. We also supplement their diet by feeding them 100% USDA Certified Organic Grains.

Visit our website for a more in depth look at our products and scenes from our farm. Please contact us to see if drop-off locations are available in your area.

Yonder Way Farm, Lynsey Kramer, 5500 Highway 105, Brenham TX 77833. (979) 530-4444.
E-mail: jasonkramer@yonderwayfarm.com. Website: http://www.yonderwayfarm.com.


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