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Grass Fed Beef

  • 100% Natural

  • Grass Fed & Finished

  • Dry Aged

  • No Hormones

  • No Antibiotics

  • No Irradiation

Meadow Veal

  • 100% Natural

  • Whole milk

  • Spring Grass

  • No Hormones

  • Freedom of movement

  • Raised with TLC ♥

 

WHY GRASS FED BEEF & MEADOW VEAL?

Flavor - Intensely rich from browsing on spring grass. Marian Burros of the New York Times writes, “For anyone who knows only the bland old-fashioned veal, it is as if a brand-new ingredient has been discovered. Tasting this new veal is not unlike biting into your first heirloom tomato from the garden after a lifetime of eating supermarket tomatoes bred for durability.”
 

Grown by us - Our calves are born to our own cows at St. Brigid’s Farm. We know their history. We have been personally responsible for their care from start to finish. We personally guarantee the purity and quality of our products.

 

Dry-aged 18-21 days -  Dry-aged beef is extremely unique, available only in the very best restaurants and from gourmet butcher shops.  Why so distinctive?  Because dry-aging is very expensive.  Why desired? Because dry-aging produces unparallel flavor and tenderness.

 

Hand-processed -  St. Brigid’s Farm Beef is processed in a small, family-owned, USDA inspected facility, where it is prepared by hand into perfectly presented cuts of beef according to your specifications.

 

Health Benefits: Carotene, a fat soluble antioxidant found to be 10 fold higher in grass fed vs. grain fed beef. Vitamin E, another powerful antioxidant 4 times higher in grass fed beef vs. beef from grain fed diets. Cattle fed grass fed diets have meat not only lower in saturated fats but also have higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids.  The omega-3s are healthy fatty acids, common in fish oils and flaxseed, are  shown to play key roles in preventing heart disease and improving immune function. Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), a powerful anticarcinogen is 2 to 3 times higher in meat & milk from grass-fed ruminant species vs. ruminants fed in confinement on concentrate-only diets.

Visit our new ordering page to place your order today.

 

St. Brigid's Farm
12246 Locust Grove Rd.
Kennedyville, MD 21645
 

Robert Fry
410.652.5538
rcfry@
stbrigidsfarm.com

 

Judy Gifford
443.480.1853
jgifford@stbrigidsfarm.com

 

 

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