Approximately 25% of the cuts are Steaks, 25% are Roasts, 40% are Ground Beef, and the remaining 10% is Stew Meat, Short Ribs and other miscellaneous cuts that will total approximately 10lbs at $13/lb ($150 total price includes delivery fee).
Sage Mountain Farm Grass-Fed & Grass-Finished Beef comes from pasture raised Steers free of synthetic hormones and antibiotics. We believe that animals raised in fresh air and sunshine with room to roam produce the highest quality, best tasting meats.
Our Steers (Guernsey, Angus & Holstein) are allowed to roam freely, graze on organic grasses and other forages, and drink pure water pumped from a 1,000 foot deep well. To increase the tenderness, quality and flavor, our Grass-Fed Beef is dry aged under carefully controlled conditions for at least 14 - 21 days! Dry aging allows naturally occurring enzymes within the beef to tenderize it while it is intensifying the flavor. It is then vacuum packed and flash frozen to lock in the nutrition.
The quality of Sage Mountain Beef cannot be beat at any price.
Our mission is to actively participate in the creation of a sustainable agrarian culture that restores, conserves, and maintains the productivity of our lands.
We practice a polyface approach to facilitate decisions about our pastures and processes that help to sustain the whole community.
We honor the understanding and application of processes whereby resources are managed to promote biological diversity and thus producing a healthy and vibrant landscape for all life.
This specialized view looks at the natural world as an interconnected whole (the web of life) rather than a collection of many different and separate parts. If we destroy the individual strands of this web, we will end up weakening and eventually destroying the web itself.
These principles also recognize that we as individuals and communities are a part of this great web, and that our survival depends on the webs integrity.
With this in mind, we at Sage Mountain Beef strive to produce a healthy landscape where all forms of life are sustainable, generation after generation.