A cow is a very good animal in the field, but we turn her out of a garden. 

Dr. Samuel Johnson (English, 1709 - 1784)

 

100% GRASS FED PASTURED BEEF

We woke up this weekend with only ground round left. We are sorry to disappoint. We will have more meat soon.
 
Compare our meat prices and you will find that for the quality of meat, we are competitively priced.  Current CSA Members enjoy a 10% discount. We have sold out of many cuts. If there is a line through a cut we no longer have it available.

Single cuts Price/lb CSA member price
Beef Stew  $5.59  $4.99
Brisket  $8.99  $7.99
Ground Beef  $5.59  $4.99
Roast Chuck  $8.99  $7.99
Roast New York  $10.99  $9.89
Roast Rib  $10.99  $9.89
Roast Rump  $8.99  $7.99
Roast Sirloin Tip  $10.99  $9.89
Steak Flank  $8.99  $7.99
Steak Flatiron  $11.59  $10.39
Steak London Broil  $11.59  $10.39
Steak Rib  $9.99  $8.99
Steak T-Bone  $9.99  $8.99
Steak Top Sirloin  $9.99  $8.99

Ground beef 10# Freezer pack  $55.40
   
About Our Herd
Cattle are a key part of Abundantly Green’s diversified farm near Keyport and Brownsville. As part of being a sustainable farm, we kept Marilyn’s father’s herd of cattle. Sadly the last animal from Marilyn's father's herd passed away. Their offspring form our Hereford herd. We are adding new blood to the herd, because genetic diversity is important for cattle health.
 
Our cattle are the source for much of our composted fertilizer. We pasture them on about 30 acres. As part of our sustainable practice, we use rotational grazing.
 
Since we farm bottom land, we have a water problem in these times of record breaking rains, so they also are fed grass hay from the Peterson Farm and other local farms, as well as haylage throughout the winter and spring. The haylage, which is baled green grass that ferments over the course of the winter, provides our animals with the natural kind of food cattle like. This grass hay comes from the Tenino area of Washington, about half-way between Tacoma and Portland, Oregon.
 
Our beef never eat hormones, steroids, antibiotics or soy. The meat is lean, smells and tastes like beef used to taste (and still does in some parts of the world), and is healthy for you. We have chosen not to certify our beef organic because the cost of importing certified organic hay into Kitsap County would price our beef beyond the reach of most people. Most certified organic beef operations can raise enough feed for their own animals. We cannot. Our herd grazes on our certified organic pastures and eats that lovely haylage.
 
Just so that you know, we are not only committed to your health and well being, we are committed to the health and well being of our animals. Because of the wet soil conditions, they are vaccinated and wormed. If they become ill, we treat them. As we emphasized before, they do not receive medications, steroids, and such in their food. We follow all guidelines for any medications we may use. Happily, most of our animals are never medicated.
 
Our philosophy is that these animals live and die so that we can live better, so we treat them very well because of their place in our lives.



Individual cuts are available now.

USDA inspected.
Our beef is not certified organic. We explain why this is below.

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cattle in front west field

How Many Pounds of Meat will my Freezer Hold?

A rule of thumb is one cubic foot of freezer space for each 35-40 pounds of cut and wrapped meat. Allow slightly more space when the meat is packaged in odd shapes.

by Frederick K. Ray, Animal Foods Specialist of Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. Fact Sheets are also available on our website at: http://osufacts.okstate.edu