"Where's the beef?" is not only a famous advertising slogan. It is a question that one can ask regarding a healthy diet since lean beef provides a vast resource of important nutrients.
In the past nine years, Sage Mountain Farm has only raised beef for their friends and family.
Recently, they delivered three Steers to the USDA Facility. These Steers easily passed inspection, and Sage Mountain Farm now has a Federal Stamp that allows them to legally sell beef to restaurants and the public.
"Our beef is amazing, not only the way we raise them is important but the flavor and tenderness is incredible." ~ Phil Noble, Sage Mountain Farm
Based on the Steers they've raised so far, here's what you can expect: The average whole Steer nets approximately 360 pounds of beef (90 pounds per quarter).
The beef is cut, packaged and flash frozen to "lock" the flavor and nutrition in.
All the cuts are average size and there are normally two cuts per package. The roasts are a few pounds each, and the hamburger is approximately one pound each. The butcher takes a front quarter and a rear quarter, combines them and then separates them into equal quarters. This is probably the best way to insure equal quarters.
Approximately 25% of the cuts are Steaks, 25% are Roasts, 40% are Ground Beef, and the remaining 10% is Stew Meat, Short Ribs and other miscellaneous cuts.
A special added bonus: To increase the tenderness, quality and flavor, our beef is dry aged for at least 11 days! Dry aging allows naturally occuring enzymes within the beef to tenderizes it while it is intensifying the flavor.
Sage Mountain Beef Steers are allowed to roam freely, graze on organic grasses and other forages, and drink pure water pumped from a 1,000 foot deep well. The quality of Sage Mountain Beef cannot be beat at any price.
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