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Grass fed beef is produced from cattle that eat grass at any time during their life. Grass finished, or 100% grass fed beef, have only consumed forage diets from their entire life.
Grass Run Farms is 100% grass fed and finished beef. Our cattle consume forage diets their entire lives.
Grass Run Farms cattle never receive grain. Our program protocol does not allow producers to feed grain by-products. During the winter, cattle are fed stored forages that are high in fiber.
Our protocol does allow for cattle to be fed soy hulls. Soy hulls are a grain-free, energy-rich food source and roughage for the rumen (digestive system of the cow). Soy hulls are never a large portion of the diet and cattle never receive any soybeans, soybean meal or soy oil.
Our program concentrates on raising cattle without feeding any grain and protocol does not require that our producers include organic grass and forage sources in the feeding regimen. Therefore, we do not make an organic claim.
Our program protocol does not require that our producers include GMO-free grass in the feeding regimen. Therefore, we do not make that claim.
Grass Run Farms is a never-ever natural* beef program. Grass Run Farms cattle never receive antibiotics or added hormones.
*Minimally processed, no artificial ingredients added.
Our 100% grass fed and grass finished beef is gluten free – even the hotdogs and sausages!
Grass Run Farms cattle are born, pasture-raised†, and harvested in the USA.
Grass Run Farms strategically sources cattle from family farms in the Midwest throughout America’s heartland.
Grass Run Farms cattle must have continuous access to pasture during the growing season. Our cattle are raised in the Midwest, including Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. The growing season in this area is the time period between the last average frost in the spring and the first average frost in the fall within the production area. During the winter, cattle are fed from stored forages to protect them from harsh winter conditions.
Grass Run Farms 100% grass fed beef is currently available in select retail and grocery stores. Visit our Where to Buy page to find a store near you.
We have partnered with Market House, a modern marketplace for quality meats, to ship Grass Run Farms products directly to your door. Visit the Market House website.