Lately, we’ve been getting all of our beef from crowd cow. We’ve done two shipments already, and I must say, their beef is some of the best I’ve ever had. I appreciate their business model and commitment to self sustainability. Not only is their beef delicious, but reasonably priced as well. Check out more below:
Located in the rich pasturelands of Eastern Washington, Hutter
ian Farm is owned and operated by the Spokane Hutterite Brethren. They are a communal group, working together to raise crops, beef and poultry for themselves and their local region.
A self-sustaining community, the Hutterites have their own church and schools, and follow their ancestors’ generations-old tradition of conservation farming and land stewardship. They’re particularly focused on soil health — instead of tilling or plowing their land before planting, they use a technique called direct seeding to keep the soil healthy and intact.
No growth hormones are ever used on Hutterian Farm, and antibiotics are only administered on an as-needed basis, if an animal happens to get sick. None of that sub-therapeutic, constant-medicine stuff that industrially raised cows get.
The herd grazes on the Hutterites’ 13,000 acre farm, enjoying lush green native grasses, as well as corn and peas raised by the community. Animals raised in such a calm, peaceful way result in beef that’s delicious and beautifully marbled.
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