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We pride ourselves in providing our customers with a selection of beef products that align with the values of today's consumers. We offer:

Certified Organic LogoPennsylvania Certification Organization (PCO) is a USDA-accredited organic certifying agency that educates and certifies growers, processors and handlers of organic crops, wild crops, livestock and livestock products in the contiguous United States. Organic certification is not a guarantee of quality or purity of the product. Rather, it is evidence of the operation’s adherence to a prescribed system of agriculture and food production that involves the building and enhancing of the soil naturally, protection of the environment, humane treatment of animals and avoidance of toxic synthetic substances.

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USDA standards for grass-fed beef require that cattle be fed only grass and forage and must have continuous access to pasture during the growing season.

Certified Organic LogoPennsylvania Certification Organization (PCO) is a USDA-accredited organic certifying agency that educates and certifies growers, processors and handlers of organic crops, wild crops, livestock and livestock products in the contiguous United States. Organic certification is not a guarantee of quality or purity of the product. Rather, it is evidence of the operation’s adherence to a prescribed system of agriculture and food production that involves the building and enhancing of the soil naturally, protection of the environment, humane treatment of animals and avoidance of toxic synthetic substances.

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USDA standards for grass-fed beef require that cattle be fed only grass and forage and must have continuous access to pasture during the growing season.

USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) defines Natural as a product containing no artificial ingredient or added color and is only minimally processed. Minimal processing means that the product was processed in a manner that does not fundamentally alter the product.

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USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) defines Natural as a product containing no artificial ingredient or added color and is only minimally processed. Minimal processing means that the product was processed in a manner that does not fundamentally alter the product.

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USDA standards for angus require cattle to have a solid main black body with no other color behind the shoulder, above the flanks or breaking the midline behind the shoulders, excluding the tail. Angus influence cattle may be either horned or polled.

  • Blue roan, gray, etc., are not considered to be black or a percentage of black.
  • Carcasses of certified live animals which display certain non-Angus characteristics (e.g.; dairy confirmation, Brahman humps) shall be excluded.
  • At times, a black hair coat can become sun bleached and appear to be a shade of brown, particularly on the back. If the base of the hair close to the skin is black then the entire brown tipped area should be considered solid black. However, if the hair color is brown to the roots, it should be considered as brown in color and the area will not contribute to the solid black requirement.

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