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Utah Grass-Finished Beef

Returning Early 2023

Beef that has been raised on pasture contains higher levels of nutrient richness. Omega 3 fats and CLA increase proportionally with the amount of time cattle spend on grass. That is why Redmond Heritage Farm beef is sourced from local ranchers who’s cattle have been fed pasture and forage. Redmond Heritage Farm beef is grown locally, then packed locally by our friendly USDA Certified butcher.

Real Beef comes from cattle who enjoy a healthy balanced eco-system. Our cattle are raised on pasture and have access to grass and forage year-round.

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Beef FAQs

Where do your beef animals come from?

Since all of the grass on our farm goes to the milk cows we work with local Utah ranchers to produce our grass finished beef. Each rancher signs an affidavit stating that their beef is steroid, hormone, and antibiotic free, and that the beef has been finished on grass.

What does grass finished mean?

Since in Utah cows access to grass is constricted to only a portion of the year the term “grass finished” states that the beef has had no grain the last 3 months before slaughter. Our research shows that the CLA and Omega 3 quantities in beef along with other nutritional factors are affected the greatest the 3 months before slaughter. The majority of our beef come from high mountain grazing. During the winter hay is used as a supplement.

Has your beef been given any antibiotics, hormones, or steroids?

All of our beef is free of antibiotics, hormones, and steroids.

Is your beef dry or wet aged?

Our beef is dry aged in the cooler for 2 to 2 ½ weeks.

Where can I buy your beef?

Our beef can be purchased in our Redmond Heritage Farm stores with locations in Sugarhouse, Orem and Heber City  Utah. We also sell our beef at our farm store in Redmond, UT.

Can I order your beef in bulk (halves or quarters)?

You can purchase bulk beef from Redmond Heritage Farms right here.

Can I special order large quantities of certain cuts, organs, or bones?

Currently no. There is such a large demand for our beef, especially organs and bones that if we honored any special orders others would be shorted. So our beef, organs, and bones will be available in our stores on a first come first serve basis.