Heart-Healthy & Nutritious

Beef purchased at the grocery store typically comes from cows raised in feed lots, places where cows are fed a corn-based diet. Cows aren't designed to eat corn and so their diet creates a host of health problems for the cows that affects the nutrition of the meat.

Grass-fed cows live healthy lives and that health shows in the nutritional benefits of grass-fed beef.

Beef from grass-fed cows is higher in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, and a beneficial fat called conjugated linoleic acid which has been associated with better immunity and lower inflammation.

But does it taste bad?

Some grass-fed cattle are let out to range and spend their lives eating sage which can create a gamey flavor in the meat. 

Our cattle spend their lives eating the grass on Windy Ridge so the finished meat tastes delicious. We feed this meat to our families, friends, and customers and the reviews come back with a resounding, "This meat is delicious!"