The following farms and ranches have certified
that they meet Eatwild's
criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products.
Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their
Effertz EZ Natural Beef Ranch is located
on the Missouri River where Lewis and Clark slept some 200 years ago.
Our ranch is home to hundreds of deer, rabbits, game and song birds
and raptors like the bald eagle. It is also home to the largest herd
and first Australian Lowline cattle imported into the United States
back in 1996.
These half-sized cattle were developed from old style
registered Aberdeen Angus cattle by the New South Wales Department of
Agriculture at the Trangie Research Centre. This breed and its resulting
crosses are uniquely adapted to the production of extremely high quality,
tender beef on a grass/forage based ration. For the past 9 years
we have selected only the most productive high quality Lowline genetics
in five different trips to Australia to insure that our grass based beef
production was built right from the genetics through the production protocol
to insure the healthiest, tastiest, most nutritious, most tender grass
fed beef available.
We offer grass fed steers and young bulls for custom
slaughter and sell beef by the half and quarter (split half). Our beef
can also be found occasionally in Bismarck at the Bistro American
Cafe and at Johns Quality Meats.
We also offer Lowline breeding stock, embryos and
Effertz EZ Natural Beef Ranch, Neil and Jan Effertz,
17350 North Highway 1804, Bismark ND 58503. (701) 223-5202.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.loala.com.
Prairie Rose Organic Farm is a certified organic family farm in north central North Dakota located near the rolling Turtle Mountains. We raise Aberdeen Angus grassfed beef on prime pasture during grazing season and premium hay in the winter months.
We are certified organically through Nature's International Certification Service of Viroqua, WI which means all organic pasture, hay, supplements (such as minerals and kelp) and natural health needs are used. If health concerns require antibiotics, the animal is identified with a red ear tag and is not considered organic.
We meet the requirements set forth by AGA but are not certified by them. We have been certified by GAP (Global Animal Protection) for humane treatment of animals.
All our beef is processed at a USDA federally inspected processing plant and we sell by the whole, side, or quarter of beef. We also sell by the individual cut. Grassfed cuts will be available after December 15, 2011 and bulk orders maybe placed any time. Pickup on the farm is by appointment and we deliver up to 100 miles @$.55/mile.
We do ship through Fed Ex with fees dependent on distance and individual package size and weight.
We look forward to serving your grassfed needs. Please feel free to call or email.
Prairie Rose Organic Farm, Jay and Elizabeth Rose, 2225 91st St NE, Willow City ND 58384. (701) 228-3338.