Spring time is beautiful on our farm. It means baby calves, wildflowers, and leaving nasty winter weather behind. It also means bringing on a new set of challenges with spring babies. We work hard every day to take care of our farm, our cattle, and our livelihoods. We invite you to learn about what we do and why, and to ask questions about what you don’t understand when it comes to raising livestock.
Grass fed beef is much lower in fat, and while that makes it much healthier, it also runs the risk of drying out or becoming overcooked much quicker than regular beef. Here are the “Top 5 Mis-Steaks” made when cooking grass fed beef. This guide will help you get it perfect every single time.