Natural Grass Finished Beef
Imagine eating BEEF that tastes better than any you buy in the store.
BEEF that really is GOOD for you.
Beef that contains more beta-carotene, more CLA, more Omega 3 fatty acid, actually good fats, and fewer calories than grain fed beef.
There is only one kind of beef that allows for all these benefits and it's GRASS FINISHED BEEF. "Finished" meaning we never feed grain throughout the life cycle, only grass and alfalfa hay-the most naturally complete nutritional stored forage a ruminant animal can be fed.
Our 3 bottle fed lambs on March 1, 2011
Green rolling hills dotted with contented cows. Cows growing naturally and humanely only on pasture from birth to a completed life cycle.
No grain feeding, antibiotics, hormones, or chemical wormers. We use No herbicides, pesticides, or commercial fertilizers on our land. Although we are not government certified organic we use all organic methods and consider our farm "beyond organics". Please read about "Beyond Organics" by Jo Robinson at
From our family farm to your family's table, you owe it to yourself and to your family to know where your food comes from and how it was raised.
Plano delivery drop schedule - 11:30am
Whole Foods delivery drop schedule - 10:30am
If you are looking for the healthiest in Beef, Pork, Chicken, Lamb,Eggs or Cheese, check out our products page for pricing and available cuts.
And check out:www.eatgreendfw.com
Rockwall Farmer's Market is open for the season of 2016. We'll be there every Saturday, from 8am-noon. 101 Rusk St.
Next Plano drop is on Saturday, May 28th, 2016. It's in the Fairview Farms parking lot at 3314 Central. Drop time is at 11:30am.
Whole Foods parking lot drop every other Thursday at 10:30am. Next drop is this Thursday, May 19th, 2016. We meet behind the store at Stacy Road & 75.
The Market at Luscombe Farm opens this Sunday, May 22nd. It's from 11am-3pm and it's every 2nd and 4th Sunday's of each month at 8649 Luscombe Farm Dr, Anna. Just 10 minutes north of McKinney in the family's historic barn at their farm. Come check it out.