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Pastured Products Directory - Utah



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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 products:


Bar 10 Beef is All Natural, Grass-Fed Beef. It is dry-aged on average 21 days, resulting in a healthy, delicious, gourmet product that is USDA inspected. This is beef that you would only find at a gourmet restaurant or custom butcher shop; it is not available at your local grocery store. Our cattle are never given additional antibiotics or growth- promoting hormones and are raised in a humane and safe environment.

Our ranch encompasses over 250,000 acres and spans from the desert plateaus of Northern Arizona to the high mountain pastures of Southern Utah. We raise over 1000 head of cattle and select only the “cream of the crop” for our beef program. You can rest assured that you are getting a high quality premium product.

We deliver locally for free and can overnight or 2-day deliver to anywhere in the continental United States (UPS fees apply). See our website for package specials; we can send you one steak or a whole beef.

Bar 10 Beef, providing healthy, delicious, gourmet beef, from our family to yours.

Bar 10 Beef, Braedon Paramore, PO Box 910088, St. George UT 84791. (800) 582-4139.
E-mail: braedon@bar10.com. Website: www.bar10beef.com.


Broken Spoke Yaks is a family operation in the high mountain valley of Star Valley, Wyoming. We have pristine air and water. Our yaks are naturally pasture raised on organic fields. We raise our own hay from these fields also. No pesticides, fertilizers or chemicals of any kind have been used since.

We bought our farm in 1986. Our animals are not fed any grain. They are 100% grass fed. We do not vaccinate or use antibiotics. We rotate pastures for parasite control. Our meat is processed at a USDA facility and has been certified e-coli negative. The meat has been dry aged for 10 days then flash frozen in cryovac packaging. This ensures the most nutritious, flavorful and tender meat.

Please visit our website for the nutritional facts and pricing. You may call 307-887-6638 (or text) or email brokenspokeyaks@gmail.com for further information. Visitors are always welcome.

Broken Spoke Yaks, Gene or Colleen David, 1909 Hwy 241, Star Valley WY 83110. (307) 887-6638 or (307) 887-6639.
E-mail: brokenspokeyaks@gmail.com. Website: http://brokenspokeyaks.com.


Canyon Meadows Ranch is a third generation family operation offering top quality Natural Grass Fed beef.

Our beef is a Utah product - all of our cows and calves are born and raised on our ranch and are Age, Source and Natural Verified.

When you buy Canyon Meadows Ranch Natural Beef you can be assured that your beef has never been given antibiotics, never been given growth promotants or added hormones, and it has minimal processing with no additives. Canyon Meadows Beef can be purchased by the individual cut, variety box, quarter, half or whole.

Contact us to place an order. Shipping also available. Visit our ranch to pick up your beef, or we have delivery to central points in the Uintah Basin, Heber and Park City areas and the Wasatch Front (quantity orders). We also sell at several farmers markets and our beef is available at a number of grocery stores; visit our website for specific locations.

Canyon Meadows Ranch, Deborah Myrin, HC 65 Box 30, Altamont UT 84001. (435) 823-3253.
E-mail: grassfed@cmrbeef.com. Website: http://cmrbeef.com.  


Dirty Spur Cattle Company raises pure bred Texas Longhorns. All of our animals are born and raised right here in Highland, Utah and never leave one of our pastures. They are grass fed from the day they are born to the day they are slaughtered, and are never given any hormones or antibiotics.

We process our meat at the only USDA certified slaughter house in Utah County and we deliver our meat right to your home. You can trust that these cows are all-natural, hormone-free and never given anything but grass to eat all the days of their lives.

Our meat is extremely lean and has been tested at 92–98% lean. Thanks to Texas Longhorn beef, today's health-conscious consumer doesn't have to avoid tender juicy steaks. Not only is Longhorn beef leaner than that of other breeds, it is also lower in saturated fats. The flavorful Longhorn beef has less cholesterol and calories than chicken. Definitely good news for a healthy lifestyle!

"Lean beef is good for you – and the key word is lean. Longhorn meat on the average, contains 10 percent less saturated fat than that of other cattle. That puts lean Longhorn beef on par with skinned boneless white meat of chicken and that fact may come as a surprise to many dieticians." —Dr. Joseph Graham, Cardiovascular Surgeon at St. John's Medical Center in Joplin, Missouri.

We sell our beef in quarters, halves and full cows. You can also purchase ground beef from us in any quantity at any time of year. You can read more about the amazing qualities of Texas Longhorn lean meat on our website. We'd love to talk to you more about these amazing animals. Please give us a call.

Farmers Markets: We are vendors at the Thanksgiving Point Farmers Market on Friday from 3-7pm starting in August and ending in October. We are also vendors at the Happy Valley Farmers Market on Fridays from 5-9pm starting in August and ending in October.

We ship our meat anywhere in the continental US via UPS. Buyer pays shipping costs.

Dirty Spur Cattle Company, Mike New, 11151 N 6000 W, Highland UT 84003. (801) 361-3542.
E-mail: orders@dirtyspurlonghorns.com. Website: www.dirtyspurlonghorns.com.


Forage Creek Ranch — Noticing a lack of reliable grass-fed beef options in our local stores, the Skinner Family began raising beef in Tremonton, Utah in 2013.

Our original goal was to provide quality meat for our own family, but that quickly changed as friends, neighbors and acquaintances tasted the difference of true beef, raised the way cows should be. "Grass-fed," "Organic," and even terms as simple as "Natural" are oftentimes misleading and do not give the whole picture of how the animals were raised. Our customers love being able to come to the ranch at any time and see we have nothing to hide.

Rotational, intensive, or mob grazing is a huge part of the health of our pastures. We use a system of biomimicry, a fancy word that means we mimic nature in every possible aspect while raising our animals. We start from the grass up. By mimicking normal animal grazing patterns, we provide a constant supply of fresh grass as any given section or paddock will be grazed only 24 hours every 30 days on average. These periods of intense grazing and then extended rest mimic the migration of animals across a prairie, increasing production of plant material which in turn increases the biomass found in the topsoil. We strive to produce the highest levels of life in our soils to give our animals the best forage around.

Our animals are raised with:

  • No Soy
  • No GMOs
  • No Antibiotics
  • No Hormones
  • No Synthetic Chemical Fertilizers
  • No Pesticides
  • No Herbicides

We respect our animals and do our best to ensure they live in harmony with their innate traits. Come visit the farm.

Forage Creek Ranch, James Skinner & Taylor Skinner, 1096 W 1500 South, Ogden, UT 84404. 435-239-3134.
E-mail: sales@foragecreek.com. Website: www.foragecreek.com.


Hardscrabble Grass Fed wants you to be assured that the beef you purchase is indeed grass fed and of the highest quality. When buying grass fed beef, ask the seller these questions:

  1. Is the beef 100% pasture grass fed? Many sellers are feeding part grass along with other feed. Some are feeding grass hay, sod, sprouted grain, and even grass clippings and are claiming their beef is grass fed. Hardscrabble Grass Fed Beef are completely pasture grass fed.
  2. Have the beef been given antibiotics or hormones. Hardscrabble Grass Fed Beef are hormone and antibiotic-free.
  3. Are they quality beef cattle or are they crosses with other breeds such as dairy cattle? Hardscrabble Grass Fed Beef are the best quality Black Angus available.
  4. Are they the right age for quality, tender meat or are they several years old? Hardscrabble Grass Fed Beef are 18–20 months old at slaughter, the perfect age for tender, flavorful beef.

Buy from a beef supplier that does not misrepresent quality grass fed beef. A source you can trust – Hardscrabble Grass Fed Beef.

How does it work? Customers put down a deposit to reserve beef that will be ready around October 1st. You can reserve yours for $150/whole, $100/half, or $75/quarter. Beef prices are based on hanging weight and include the butcher's fees for cut and wrap.

We also have pastured pork occasionally. You can reserve the pork with a deposit of $100/whole or $50/half.

You can pick up your meat at the butcher in October.

If you have never bought meat in bulk before, here is an explanation of the terminology used and what to expect: http://onpasture.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/The-Butcher-Stole-My-Meat.pdf.

For more information, see our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hardscrabble-Grass-Fed-CSA/286479964696140

Hardscrabble Grass Fed, Shane Green, 608 S Hwy 66, Morgan UT 84050. (435) 901-1124.
E-mail: grassfedutah@gmail.com. Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hardscrabble-Grass-Fed-CSA/286479964696140.


Hit The Hay Farm is a regenerative ag farm on the Western Slope north of Fruita, CO. Our grass-finished beef is summered at 10,000 feet on the largest flat-top mountain in the world. The cattle graze a diverse array of warm and cool season grasses and forbes on virgin, mineral-rich soil. In the winter months we graze cover crops, crop residue, and perennial pastures for 365-day grazing.

We practice the 6 principles of soil health to promote healthy soil, healthy animals, and healthy humans. We are committed to building carbon in the soil, reducing our precious irrigation consumption, and creating a healthy environment to raise our family.

Beef is sold whole, halves, and quarters. For more information, call, text, email, or stop by the farm. Farm stays are also available on AirBnB at Hit The Hay Farm Bunkhouse.

Hit The Hay Farm, Lowell and Phyl King, 1750 P 3/4 Road, Loma CO 81524. (970) 640-6691.
E-mail: lowellnphylking@gmail.com.


Lau Family Farm. Looking for truly grass-fed and grass-finished beef or lamb? Looking for a farm you can trust to raise their animals ethically? Please check us out.

We are proud to have been producing grass-fed beef and lamb for over 16 years. We work hard to treat our animals, our land, and our customers right. Our animals spend their lives grazing in our fields and pastures. During the winter months they are fed with hay, stored alfalfa, sainfoin and grasses we grow for them. We do not give hormone implants to our animals but allow them to grow naturally. All our meat is antibiotic free and carefully cut by our skilled butcher.

Check out our online store to see the various cuts and bundles of cuts available. We also have Artisan sausages made from our meats by Lost River Meats in Mackay, Idaho. Looking for a larger volume of meat? We offer whole and half lambs, as well as quarter, half and whole beef. Our butcher will cut and package the half and whole orders just the way you like it. Yarn and felt made from our ewe's wool is also available via our store.

Regular drop-offs are scheduled in many communities in Northern Utah and Southeast Idaho year-round. Check our website for details.

Winter Schedule (Nov–April)
Pocatello and Idaho Falls, ID: Deliveries at least once a month. Check website for next delivery date.
Logan, Ogden and SLC, UT: Deliveries at least once a month. Check website for next delivery date.

Summer Schedule (May–Oct) See website for exact market schedule.
Idaho Falls, ID: Idaho Falls Farmers Market, Saturdays 9 am–1 pm
Logan, UT: Cache Valley Growers Market, Saturdays 9 am–1 pm
SLC, Utah, Downtown Farmers Market, every other Saturday 8–1 pm
Ogden, Utah and Pocatello, Idaho: One Saturday a month.

Lau Family Farm, John and Lori Anne Lau, PO Box 337, Soda Springs, ID 83276. 208-709-4981
Email: farm@laufamilyfarm.com. Website: www.laufamilyfarm.com.


Lightning Springs Beef is a family owned and operated ranch. We have been ranching in the mountains of northeastern Utah for many generations. We take pride in raising the high quality grass fed beef.

We do not give our animals any growth hormones, or antibiotics. Our ranch consists of over 18,000 acres, including the pristine mountain meadows of the High Uintahs. Our cattle drink crystal clear water, and eat vitamin rich grasses.

We are large enough to take care of all your needs, yet small enough we can take a personal interest in the well being of every animal we raise. Our meat is USDA inspected, and we can ship UPS, or make arrangements to personally deliver it to you. Lightning Springs Beef, our quality will shock you.

Lightning Springs Beef, Glendon Lamb, Rt 2, Box 2424, Roosevelt UT 84066. (435) 828-0303.
E-mail: lightningspringsbeef@gmail.com. Website: www.lightningspringsbeef.com.


At Old Grove Pastured Pork our goal is to offer pork products with the guarantee that your meat was raised in a manner that gives each pig full expression of their “pigness,” as Joel Salatin so eloquently describes. This involves rooting in the dirt, socializing, living in a forest and enjoying the sunlight.

The pigs are raised on rotating pasture consisting of a mix of open peach orchard, rows growing alfalfa, and dense shady forest bottomland. The peach orchard does not use pesticides or herbicides. Pasture density is limited to one pig per half acre and is typically much lower.

Old Grove Pasture Raised Pork is raised on a soy-free, corn-free mix of barley, alfalfa, and sunflower seeds supplemented by natural forage from the orchard such as grass and roots.

Investment: Contact us for details. Place a deposit and have a hog ready in approximately 5 months. Price is based on the hanging weight of one whole hog; slaughter and butchery are additional. PayPal or mail deposit check. We do not deliver. Order your cuts and pick up your meat from the butcher when ready.

Old Grove Pastured Pork, Craig Madsen, 3415 C 1/2 Road, Palisade, CO 81526. 970-549-7592.
E-mail: craig.madsen@gmail.com. Website: N/A.


Pleasant Valley Beef. Give your family the best.

Our beef is "True Natural." Our cattle are raised on a strict all-vegetarian diet; they are never administered antibiotics or growth hormones commonly used to promote faster growth and weight gain.

These Central Utah mountain valley cattle grow naturally on a stringent regimen of fresh water, grass and hay. They never receive any animal by-products or beef tallow in their diet. They're just good, clean natural beef tended by real cowboys on the open range or home in the pasture—the way cows were meant to be raised.

Strict adherence to environmentally sound practices and unsurpassed humane treatment of the cattle guarantees great flavor, tenderness and personal satisfaction for our customers.

You may order whole, half, quarter or split quarters. We also have our popular sample packs and ground beef.

We are vendors at the Thanksgiving Point Farmers Market on Friday from 3-7pm starting in August and ending in October. We are also vendors at the Provo Farmers Market on Saturday from 9-2 starting in August and ending in October.

Pleasant Valley Beef, Matt Palmer, 16891 N 11230 East, Mt. Pleasant UT 84647. (435) 462-3810.
E-mail:info@pleasantvalleybeef.com. Website: www.pleasantvalleybeef.com.


Redmond Heritage Farms, LLC is located in Redmond, Utah. For over 10 years Redmond Heritage Farms has been specializing in producing Certified Raw Milk and farmstead raw milk cheeses from pastured cows. Even in the winter our cows eat green grass from our barley sprouting fodder system. Redmond Heritage Farms is a Grade A, Certified Raw Milk farm – that's important! It means our farm works with regulators in meeting the rigorous standards that are essential and required by Utah Department of Agriculture and Food to retail raw milk.

We also specialize in grass finished beef and eggs from free range, pastured chickens. We believe the cycle of creating healthy food begins at healthy soil and moves to healthier plants and animals which create food that nourishes people. We farm this way because we want to eat food that is created this way.

Redmond Heritage Farms food can be found at Real Foods Market, our very own farm-owned store with 4 Utah locations:

  • Real Foods Market (Sugar House neighborhood), 2209 S. Highland Drive SLC UT 84106. Phone 385.351.2664 • Mon–Sat: 9 am–9 pm Sunday: 10 am–3 pm
  • Real Foods Market, 420 West 800 North Orem, UT 84057. Phone 866.284.REAL • Mon–Sat: 10am–7pm
  • Real Foods Market, 475 West 910 South Heber City, UT 84032. Phone 435.657.3603 • Mon–Fri: 10am–7pm Sat: 10am-2pm
  • Real Foods Market, 695 South 100 West St George UT 84770. Phone 435.652.4372 • Mon–Fri: 10am–7pm

Redmond Heritage Farms, LLC., Jed Johnson, 5400 North 800 West, Redmond UT 84652. (435) 201-2370.
E-mail: jedj@redmondfarms.com. Website: www.redmondfarms.com.


Utah Natural Meat is back to basics as we raise food the old-fashioned way. No antibiotics. No added hormones. A lot of grass and a lot of space. Currently offering grass-fed beef, lamb & goat and pastured pork, turkey, chicken and eggs in the Salt Lake County area. Also selling grass-fed raw milk from our on-farm dairy.

Bulk orders available as well as separate cuts at our farm in West Jordan. Visit our website for pricing information and store hours.

Utah Natural Meat, Shayn and Kristen Bowler, 7400 South 5600 West, West Jordan, UT 84081. (801) 896-FARM.
E-mail: sales@utahnaturalmeat.com. Website: www.utahnaturalmeat.com.


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