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Buy Local Beef

The beef directory purpose is to connect consumers directly with cattle farmers to purchase beef. If you would like to make a change to your directory listing, please contact Betty Haynes at [email protected]

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Comments: Beef is available for purchase in individual cuts, quarters, halves, or whole portions. We have a physical storefront available with hours of operation Monday to Saturday and local deliveries on Tuesday and Thursday. Order online by Facebook, email, text or call.

Comments: From our farm to your fork, we are dedicated to sustainably raising the highest quality, premium beef. Individual cuts, quarter, half, and whole amounts are available in our storefront: Thursday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm and Saturdays 9:00 am-Noon.

Comments: Jakobs Bros. Farms produces the highest quality of Angus beef while establishing a comfortable, healthy environment for all animals. Beef is available for purchase in quarters, halves, and whole amounts.

*Inclusion in the directory does not imply WSBC affiliation or endorsement of services or products. The WSBC claims no responsibility for customer experience should you purchase beef from a farm, ranch or butcher shop included in this listing. If you are a farmer, rancher or butcher shop that offers beef to consumers and you would like to be included or removed from this listing, please email your business name, location, contact information and website properties to our email address: wsbc (at) wabeef (dot) org.

The beef community has a long-standing commitment to caring for their animals and providing families with the safest, highest-quality beef possible. The Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program trains farmers and ranchers on best practice cattle management techniques to ensure their animals and the environment are cared for.

To the beef community, sustainability involves more than environmental considerations. A sustainable food supply balances efficient production with environmental, social and economic impacts with Beef Quality Assurance protocols.

Today beef is produced using fewer resources than ever before. But conservation is never complete; ranchers work hard to feed a growing population, while, at the same time, reduce water use, care for the land, and protect the environment.

Plants may act as a broker or agent and source a quarter or half beef on behalf of a customer and slaughter/process it for the new owner. Find a listing of all types of North Dakota meat processing plants at

Products offered: They offer all species of animals to be processed and several different cuts. Whole beefs, roasts, steaks and hams can be purchased daily. Steaks and burgers are sold fresh daily and a large variety of meats are carried in the freezers. Local favorites include deli meats, cheeses, snack sticks and head cheese.

Products offered: Mainly a processing facility. They welcome beef and other livestock farmers to bring animals to be humanely processed for custom or USDA inspected meats. Fresh and frozen beef, including steaks, roasts, sausage, cheeses and roasts.

Products offered: A variety of meat cuts from steaks to roasts, summer sausages made from locally raised beef, beef snack sticks, and specialty items like heart, tongue and liver, as well as custom orders of beef, sheep and swine.

Where to purchase: Retail store at Shepperd Arena on the NDSU campus in Fargo is open Thursdays and Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Also available locally at Blackbird Pizza, Herds and Horns, and Wurst Beer Hall.

Products offered: Custom processing of North Dakota-raised beef in wholes, halves and quarters as well as assorted local beef cuts from the local ranchers in the area and many sausage products.

Products offered: Local beef, pork and lamb; pretty much do all cuts; make sausage, hams, summer sausage, ring sausage, bacons, turkeys, chicken, dried beef, sandwich meat, cheeses, jerky; luncheon meat. Gift boxes during the holidays as well as gift cards.

All beef produced is born on our farm - direct farm to table! We oversee every aspect of the beef's development and production. Our beef is available for purchase in 1/4, 1/2, and whole beef portions.

Beef is available to purchase in quarters, halves or whole portions. Our beef is home raised and fed where they are backgrounded on grass and finished on a corn based diet. Our beef is natural with no added hormones and can be cut to customers specifications.

We sell our beef as quarters and halves, almost exclusively as premium ground beef. Our ground beef is retired dairy cows & we have a set price per final pound of ground beef. That includes the fee you pay to our local locker/butcher.

We sell custom quarter, half and whole beef as well as individual, inspected beef cuts. Our Monthly Meat Provision is a convenient option for regular, monthly meat deliveries right to your door.

We raise Limousin and Angus cross cattle, providing beef as individual cuts, bundles, whole, halves and quarters all are USDA inspected. We sell off the farm, pick up locations across the Des Moines Metro and on ChopLocal.

TVR Beef is grain fed and harvested hormone and antibiotic free. We have extensive records and documentation of how animals are cared for which is available upon request. Beef is available for purchase in quarters, half and whole beef portions. Our family has been raising beef for five generations.

Saucijsjes, also known as pigs in a blanket, are available from our own recipe comprised of beef and pork. Our beef is grain fed with enhanced Omega qualities. Beef is available for purchase in quarter and bundles sizes.

Our beef is home raised and fed a corn-based diet from birth to market. No added hormones. Can be cut to customers specifications. Currently selling by quarter and halves. Willing to do split quarters if there is enough interest.

Our beef is 100% grass fed beef raised on our century family farm from birth to harvest. Individual cuts and bundles are available for purchase via our website, beef shares (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and whole), and the following grocery stores: Wheatsfield Cooperative in Ames, Simply Nourished in Clear Lake, and Simply Nourished in Mason City.

The Iowa Beef Industry Council is funded by the Beef Checkoff Program, and supports all types of beef production. Click here to learn more about the Iowa Beef Industry Council and the Beef Checkoff Program.

Fast forward a couple of years, store shelves seem to be back to normal. But people still want to connect with their local farmers and ranchers, and still want to buy local beef, and this resource is still here to serve!

Charles Ritch has raised egg-laying and meat chickens, beef, lamb, pork, and turkeys for more than 30 years. The pastured, free roaming livestock is sold seasonally via reservation and processed. Buy beef by the quarter, half, or whole cow. Lamb is available halved or whole. Pork is sold by the half. Fresh whole chickens are processed monthly from April through October. Thanksgiving turkeys are available by reservation. Sign up through the website for notification of when the meat is available.

Pigs roam and graze in a shaded forest, and the cows and chickens range freely at this farm, established in 2017 by Karl and Karli Amonite to provide themselves the most nutritious and healthful meat available. Chicken is sold whole or segmented. Pork is available in parts like chops and belly bacon, or by bulk. Grass-fed beef is sold by the quarter-, half-, and full cow, as well as processed pieces. Order at its online store; local delivery is free or it can be shipped.

Like other Alabama family meat farmers, the Lawrences pasture-raise animals like chickens, hogs, turkey, and sheep. But Marble Creek also has one of the few federally inspected processing plants in the state, right on the 40-acre farm where the family lives. The animals are raised using rotational grazing techniques. Buy its meat, eggs and cheeses at the Pepper Place Saturday market, many Piggly Wiggly stores, via subscription, or through its extensive online store that also includes beef, bison, goat, cheese, and other meat-related goods. Shipping and delivery are available.

With Prosper Meats, you can enjoy great tasting grass-fed beef from one of the leading organic beef producers in the state. Over 75,000 family owned acres where native Colorado grasses and farm-raised sorghum sudangrass grow on our open range.

Certified USDA Organic cattle are raised on 100% Organic Grass from birth while grazing in open Colorado pastures, never in a feed lot. Very lean beef with little to no fat content. Always Antibiotic and Hormone free.

Buying local beef can be a challenge for local businesses and consumers alike. Because farmers are familiar with their product, they may not realize how much information new customers need to make a purchasing decision. This publication aims to help first-time buyers (and sellers) communicate better to increase local beef sales.

Buying local beef is a great way to support local producers. For those that are new to the local purchasing experience, there are six factors you should consider: (1) finding reputable producers, (2) familiarizing yourself with animal traits, (3) understanding inspection, labeling, and grading, (4) choosing processing options, (5) calculating price per pound, and (6) making storage arrangements.

It goes without saying that you should have an element of trust in the producer before buying from them. You may learn a lot from a website and social media or post a question on Facebook to find out where friends and coworkers buy local beef. A farmers market is a great venue, too, as you will get to meet and talk to the producer. Online product reviews can also be helpful if the producer has a web presence. 041b061a72


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