All Natural Beef

We sell cut and wrapped freezer beef as a side, quarter or smaller quantities. We can cut to order or based on our usual cuts. Please contact us for more information about purchasing beef. We deliver in the Owen Sound area and Toronto and the GTA.

We are currently offering bulk orders on our all natural pasture-raised beef. Although we mostly grow organic grains, we also raise a small herd of cattle. They are an important part of organic farming practices, as we rotate our fields through pasture or hay every few years and we use the manure for fertilizer.

For a limited time, we’re offering a box of grass fed steaks for the barbecue. Stock your freezer for the summer with our Summer Grilling Box.

We run a closed herd, which means all of our cows are born and raised on our farm. We only feed high quality organic feed we grow ourselves. Cattle are pastured on our organic pastures in the summer and fed home-grown organic hay once the snow arrives. We don’t use added antibiotics or hormones; our animals don’t need them because they are allowed to grow at their own pace and are a closed herd.

We are passionate about transparency in farming and letting our customers know where their food comes from and how it was grown. Please let us know if you have any questions about our farming practices, we’re always happy to talk to customers about how our holistic farming operation works.

Have you purchased a side or quarter and don’t know what to do with all the cuts? Check out our recipes page to get some ideas.

A customer offered this feedback about their order:

We had our first taste of the beef last night. Tenderloin!!! Seasoned, fried in butter in cast iron pan; the only way to go if there is no BBQ. Served medium rare for me and closer to rare for my dinner partner.  10 minutes resting time. It was very, very tender. Larger pieces had some nice marbling and excellent, tasty fat. We both liked the flavour. Beefy but still pretty light. Moist and flavourful. So, so far, it is a 10 out of 10 from us!

Click through to the recipe page to find out what seasoning he uses!