CLEAN MEAT ON GRASS

Proverbs 27:23

"Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks, and look well to thy herds."

Biblically Clean

Grass Finished

No GMO

No CAFO

Clean Meat on Grass

Beef@2x-1

Steaks

Tenderloin Filet

$  17.00/lb

Rib-eye Steak

$  15.00/lb

New York Strip Steak

$  14.50/lb

Flank, Skirt and Hanger Steak

$  13.00/lb

Sirloin & Flat Iron Steak

$  10.00/lb

Chuck Steak & London Broil

$  7.50/lb

Cube Steak

$  6.50/lb

Roasts

Sirloin Tip Roast & Brisket

$  7.50/lb

Chuck Roast & Arm Roast

$  7.00/lb

Special Deals

5+ Ground Beef

$  6.00/lb

Misc. Cuts

Hamburger Patties

$  7.00/lb

Beef Bratwurst Patties

$  7.00/lb

Ground Beef

$  6.50/lb

Stew Meat

$  6.50/lb

Soup Bones

$  3.00/lb

Liver, Heart, Ox Tail & Tongue

$  3.00/lb

Bulk Beef Pricing*
Quarter $5.00/lb - Half $4.75/lb - Whole $4.50/lb

*Processing fees not included in Bulk Beef Pricing

We sell breeding stock. Contact us for more info.

Clean Meat on Grass

Beef@2x-1

Steaks

Tenderloin Filet

$  17.00/lb

Rib-eye Steak

$  15.00/lb

New York Strip Steak

$  14.50/lb

Flank, Skirt and Hanger Steak

$  13.00/lb

Sirloin & Flat Iron Steak

$  10.00/lb

Chuck Steak & London Broil

$  7.50/lb

Cube Steak

$  6.50/lb

Roasts

Sirloin Tip Roast & Brisket

$  7.50/lb

Chuck Roast & Arm Roast

$  7.00/lb

Special Deals

5+ Ground Beef

$  6.00/lb

Misc. Cuts

Hamburger Patties

$  7.00/lb

Beef Bratwurst Patties

$  7.00/lb

Ground Beef

$  6.50/lb

Stew Meat

$  6.50/lb

Soup Bones

$  3.00/lb

Liver, Heart, Ox Tail & Tongue

$  3.00/lb

Bulk Beef Pricing*
Quarter $5.00/lb - Half $4.75/lb - Whole $4.50/lb

*Processing fees not included in Bulk Beef Pricing

We sell breeding stock. Contact us for more info.

Leviticus 19:19

"Ye shall keep my statutes. Thou shalt not let thy cattle gender with a diverse kind"

Heritage Breed: Red Devon

Devon cattle are one of the oldest beef breeds in existence today. The Devon is an ancient breed of cattle from the south western English county of Devon. 

During Caesar’s conquest of Britain starting in 55 BC, he found a small, fine-boned breed of cattle known only by its latin name: Bos longifrons. The placename, where they landed, pays homage to the “Red Ox”.

This breed however was not native to the island. They were possibly brought by the Phoenicians, around four hundred years earlier, to trade for Cornish tin. This connection to Phoenicia puts these cattle in the same region of Ancient Israel, which suggests a probability of them being the same "red heifers" as spoken of in Scripture. 

Britian’s bovine history is murky after the Roman conquest. It is thought that the Longifrons lived until the 5th century in Britain, eventually dying out or being replaced by the development of new breeds. The Devon is thought to have developed early on in this process, and may have influenced breeds as diverse as the Hereford and Kerry.

From the Saxon era, we find written records describing their meticulous care and management of their livestock, but little was said of the composition and history of cattle breeds.

While it is unlikely that the Mayflower brought any Devon to Plymouth, they arrived soon thereafter in 1623 aboard the ship Charity: one bull and three heifers, the first American Devons.

Not much has been recorded about this period in American Devon history between 1623 and 1800.  The first American Devon Herd Book in 1855, was followed by the formation of the American Devon Cattle Club in 1884. On the Oregon trail they were the sought after as Oxen.

Since then, the breed has remained remarkably pure, considering the rapid denigration of other noted breeds on our Continent during the grain years following World War II. They are a well-muscled breed with one of the thickest hides in the world. This makes them highly resistant to external parasites. They are good “walkers” and excellent foragers, performing very well on grass-only systems.- North American Devons

Dwayne McIntyre - Roffey (7)
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100% Grass Diet

Grass-finished beef is one of the most nutrient-dense proteins you can buy. It has an extensive micro nutrient profile and contains a good amount of brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids. According to a study at California State University’s College of Agriculture, grass-fed beef nutrition includes significantly more omega-3 fatty acids and more conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) than grain-fed beef.

We steward our land to nourish our soil and grass to maximize nutritional output. If like begets like, and you get out what you put in, inflicting obesity on an animal in its last few months of life with a cheap dietary input to maximize fiscal output does not fall in line with such stewardship.  Cows were designed to eat grass, and that's what we do!

100% Truly Local

We are a cow/calf operation.  All the beef we have available for purchase was born and raised here on our farm.  From the first day of life to your plate, We know who the animal is, its entire medical history, and its entire diet.  We can answer any question about the beef you purchase from us.  You will never have to wonder if our beef is bought from stockyards and just getting its mail at our address, every bite you take will be Goshen Homestead. 

Dwayne McIntyre - IMG_20160609_164611129

100% Grass Diet

Grass-finished beef is one of the most nutrient-dense proteins you can buy. It has an extensive micro nutrient profile and contains a good amount of brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids. According to a study at California State University’s College of Agriculture, grass-fed beef nutrition includes significantly more omega-3 fatty acids and more conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) than grain-fed beef.

We steward our land to nourish our soil and grass to maximize nutritional output. If like begets like, and you get out what you put in, inflicting obesity on an animal in its last few months of life with a cheap dietary input to maximize fiscal output does not fall in line with such stewardship.  Cows were designed to eat grass, and that's what we do!

100% Truly Local

We are a cow/calf operation.  All the beef we have available for purchase was born and raised here on our farm.  From the first day of life to your plate, We know who the animal is, its entire medical history, and its entire diet.  We can answer any question about the beef you purchase from us.  You will never have to wonder if our beef is bought from stockyards and just getting its mail at our address, every bite you take will be Goshen Homestead. 

Dwayne McIntyre - IMG_20160609_164611129

100% Grass Diet

Grass-finished beef is one of the most nutrient-dense proteins you can buy. It has an extensive micro nutrient profile and contains a good amount of brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids. According to a study at California State University’s College of Agriculture, grass-fed beef nutrition includes significantly more omega-3 fatty acids and more conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) than grain-fed beef.

We steward our land to nourish our soil and grass to maximize nutritional output. If like begets like, and you get out what you put in, inflicting obesity on an animal in its last few months of life with a cheap dietary input to maximize fiscal output does not fall in line with such stewardship.  Cows were designed to eat grass, and that's what we do!

100% Truly Local

We are a cow/calf operation.  All the beef we have available for purchase was born and raised here on our farm.  From the first day of life to your plate, We know who the animal is, its entire medical history, and its entire diet.  We can answer any question about the beef you purchase from us.  You will never have to wonder if our beef is bought from stockyards and just getting its mail at our address, every bite you take will be Goshen Homestead. 

Dwayne McIntyre - IMG_20160609_164611129

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