Double Aught Grassfed Angus Beef in North-central Idaho

Double Aught Grassfed Angus Beef in North-central Idaho

Contact Information

Phone (208) 926-4545
Website URL (use http://) http://www.wix.com/2lazyh/lowlineangus
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Address

Street Address 379 Lee Rd.
City Harpster
State Idaho
Zip Code 83552

Farm Products

Meat Products 100% Grass fed beefAngus Grass Fed Beef Packages
Certified Organic? No, but follow organic standards

Farm Practices

Farm Practices Not Certified, but follow organic principles • Pastured & Grass fed
Environment Animals raised in low stress, natural environment • Animals are raised outdoors in pasture • Ruminants are only fed grass, hay or grass silage
Antibiotic Free? Yes
Hormone Free? Yes
Feed Practices (Beef) Grass Fed using IGM techniques for sustainablity

Buying Information

Buying Options Local Pickup
Where To Buy Contact us by phone or email to reserve your beef and arrange pickup or delivery.

Our all natural, sustainably pastured, Angus steers produce top-quality, affordable meat.  They are always humanely raised on our small family ranch, ranch-killed and locally processed by a family-owned packing house. We use intensive grazing management practices to ensure the health and sustainability of our pastures and a diversity of habitats for our cattle and many wildlife species.

Our moderate-size steers are grass-efficient and produce smaller cuts for a healthier diet. The meat is flavorful and nutritious. We sell steers as quarter, half or whole shares. They are sold by "hanging weight" and will vary some from one steer to the next. The average hanging weight of a half is about 220 pounds, this yields about 130 pounds of cut, wrapped and frozen meat. Quarters are mixed cuts (and ground beef) from the front and rear and should yield about 65 pounds cut and wrapped.

 

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