Frequently Asked Questions

What is a pickup location?

Pickup Locations are simply places where we meet you with your order. Common locations are home driveways or parking lots. Each location is organized by a volunteer Location Leader who helps to facilitate each delivery.

How much freezer space will I need?

As a general rule of thumb, one cubic foot of freezer space will hold up to 25 pounds of meat.

Do you offer raw milk?

We currently do not offer any dairy products.

Are products freshly frozen?

Unlike a common industry practice, our product does not spend time fresh on a sales shelf and then frozen as a last resort to extend its life. Rather, all of our meat products are flash frozen immediately after processing to preserve freshness!

What are your protocols for processing?

How are they raised?

Are your animals 100% Grass-fed and finished?

100% of the diet of our grassfed animals consists of freshly grazed pasture and stored grasses (hay or grass silage.) Free-choice minerals supplementations may also be given as needed.

What do you feed your cattle during the winter?

Stored grasses (hay and grass silage.) Free-choice minerals supplementations may also be given as needed.

Do you ship?

Currently, we only ship by special request on a case by case basis.

What are the shipping cost?

We have no set shipping rate and rely on major carrier rates at the time of shipping. Varies greatly depending on weight of order.

Is your farm / animals certified organic?

No. Organic certification is a multi-year process we are currently pursuing.

Are your animals Humanely harvested?

Yes. We always do our best to humanely harvest our animals.

Are your products antibiotic and hormone free?

Hormones and steroids are never administered to animals. Antibiotics may be used in certain cases to prevent animals from death or suffering; however, we do not provide daily (sub therapeutic) medications commonly used in confined production systems.

What is rotational grazing?

The practice of moving grazing livestock between pastures on a daily basis to maintain and improve nutritious forages.

What is regenerative farming?

Regenerative agriculture is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems. It focuses on topsoil regeneration, increasing biodiversity, improving the water cycle, enhancing ecosystem services, supporting biosequestration, increasing resilience to climate change, and strengthening the health and vitality of farm soil.

Are all the animals raised on your farm?

Yes. We do not sell animals raised on other farms.

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