Have you ever found yourself wandering the isles at the store looking for good beef? Well, it’s just not there anymore. I remember my Mother working at the local grocery store and helping in the meat department. We always had the best quality beef on our table and it was amazing. I so longed for that “taste” again and have finally found it. Our beef is packaged in clear, vacuum sealed packages so that you can see exactly what you are getting. This is a total beef product with the prime cuts included as grind.
Our Farm to Your Fork
Humanely raised, high quality Wagyu beef Akaushi Wagyu beef naturally contains intense marbling. It is generally recognized that fat is responsible for the palatability of beef, but it is actually the monounsaturated fat that is responsible for the flavor. The marbling in Akaushi beef contains a much higher percentage of monounsaturated fat than any other beef in the United States. As a result, Akaushi Wagyu beef has a rich buttery flavor as well as juiciness and tenderness throughout.
There Is No Shortages of Beef In Oklahoma
Cole Family has been raising cattle and growing wheat since they decided to call Oklahoma, Oklahoma. One thing for a fact is they know raising livestock and farming. His love for cattle and love for good beef collide to make one delicious steak! The Cole’s will guarantee that your meat is hormone-free and without antibiotics. You may also be relieved to know that ALL of the meat we process is born and raised on this very farm!
Cole family also raises corn, black eye peas, and other grains that you can buy directly from them. If you’re looking just ask, if they don’t have it, they will probably know another farmer where you can buy that.
As you will notice these 3 farmers all care about the land and the food, they raise. Most of their beef raised will end up being sold in the commercial markets. At that point the best you can hope for is average quality. I think the USDA labels it select or select plus. I will keep to myself about the new USDA labels since it appears to me just another way the American consumer gets screwed. The restaurants take the USDA Prime cuts to sell for stupid high prices. If you buy from the farm and ask the farmer which would be the best meat they can point you in the proper direction.
Most of the links above are directly to each of them. When you message them, please remember they all have real jobs and sometimes can’t get back to you right then. But if you manage to make a friend, you will have a lifelong hookup for farm direct food. Thanks