The Best Grassfed Beef In Northern California & Southern Oregon [ Reserve Now ]
Demand for grass fed beef in San Francisco has seen a large increase over the last number of years because of the numerous health benefits associated with it. Many people advocate grass fed beef as the ONLY option because it is healthier and viewed as a more humane process. We harvest a whole or a 1/2 beef to fill your freezer with natural, grass fed, local, sustainable beef. Please call or text us for additional info 530 949 4241.
Grass Fed beef contains an abundance of healthy fats and acids such as Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA). CLA is associated with reducing the risks of cancer and heart disease and alongside these amazing health benefits grass fed beef tastes fantastic! If you would like to know more about the health benefits of grass fed beef be sure to check out our great blog post about it!
It should take you between 3 and 3 and half hours to reach our ranch if you are travelling from San Francisco. The fastest route will be via the I-80 E and I-5 N, it’s important to note though that this route will have a toll on it. In San Francisco get on the US-101 S and follow the I-80 E, I 505 N and I-5 N to Gyle Road in Tehama County. You’ll need to take exit 636 from I-5 N. Continue on Gyle Road and take the CA-99 N to Shasta Blvd and you’ll find our ranch here!
would like only 1/2 a beef, we have a first come first serve list and we can partner you up with someone that wants the other 1/2. We value our customers so we always will allow you to customise your order, whether it’s a whole beef order or a1/2 beef order. You choose the cuts you would like as well as how many of those cuts you need. Our expert butcher will cut and wrap it to your liking![ Reserve Now ]
Reserve your 1/2 grass fed beef 🥩 with a $750 deposit or $1350 for a whole grass fed beef 🥩 order.
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