Tennessee Grass-fed and Finished Beef
Grass-fed Beef done well is a beautiful thing. It is a product with distinct flavor and a meat that is every bit as tender and juicy as its conventional counterpart. The nutritional benefits of grass-fed beef are numerous. According to Jo Robinson of Eatwild.com, “Compared with feedlot meat, grass-fed beef has less total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, and calories. It also has more vitamin E, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and a number of health-promoting fats, including omega-3 fatty acids and “conjugated linoleic acid.” Finally, when managed correctly, cattle can actually make the environment and surrounding ecosystem more healthy by mimicking the roll the buffalo used to play in a rotational grazing system.
However, achieving the perfect meat is not easy. It takes the right kind of cattle, the highest quality grass, and most importantly, the most attentive management. Our South Poll, Devon, and Angus-influenced cows are moved to fresh pasture daily. Just like fine wine is dependent on the type of grapes used, good meat is dependent on the type of grass the cow eats and the time of year it is harvested. That is why our meat is currently available seasonally when the cows are eating our best grass.
If you’ve had a bad experience with grass-fed before, please give ours a try. We want our family to have the health and environmental benefits of eating grass-fed beef, but it has to taste good too! We hope you’ll agree.
Glendale Farm Beef:
- 100% Grass-fed and Finished
- Healthy AND good eating
- No antibiotics, No Hormones
- Available seasonally (when we have high-quality grass)
- Retail cuts or bulk available as half or whole beef (contact us for reservations)
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed