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Cow Eye


We run a mix of Hereford and Angus. We are not a factory farm, we are a family farm where our animals live a happy and healthy life.

The Facts

Our animals live a happy and healthy life


When you choose to eat meat from animals raised on pasture, you are:

  • Improving the welfare of animals

  • Helping small-scale farmers make a living from the land

  • Helping to sustain rural communities

  • Giving your family the healthiest, most natural meat.

Why is all natural grass fed beef the healthier and more nutritious than grain fed?

  • There is more: 

    • Vitamin E

    • CLA (nutrient associated with lower cancer risk)

    • beta-carotene

    • omega-3 fatty acids

  • There is less fat, specifically saturated fat.

  • Because we don’t treat our livestock with hormones or growth-promoting additives, the animals grow at a natural pace in their natural habitat.

For these reasons and more, grass-fed animals live low stress lives, which is good for both the taste and quality of the beef.

Good news! We sell our all natural grass fed beef wholesale in order to make it the most budget option for you. Compare our prices to your local grocery store!
Our all natural grass fed beef is available by pre-order in the Fall. Wholesale freezer beef is sold by the whole, half and quarter. All our beef is processed locally using a dry-aging process. To get your name on the list for this years beef, please contact us!
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We are not basing our prices on hot hanging weight. This means the customer will be paying based on the animals actual weight. Weights will vary per animal.

Whole: $4.25/lb

Half: $4.50/lb

Quarter: $4.65/lb

Example: A 1000lb steer dresses at 600lbs hot hanging weight. So for a whole  thats 600 x $4.25 = $2,550. A 1000lb steer should produce 390lbs of beef cut wrapped and frozen so $2,550/390=$6.53/lb. A quarter would be $7.15/lb.

We will ask for a deposit when we reserve your beef.

$200 for a quarter, $400 for a half, and $800 for a whole.


You will receive about half ground beef and the other half will be a variety of: T-bone, sirloin, round steak, rib steak, flank steak, roast, rump roast, chuck roast, shoulder roast, english roast, short ribs, and stew.

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