You Can Trust
That’s right. These cows are 100% grass-fed and 100% grass-finished giving you the omega 3s, CLAs, and other nutrients you need from the best quality clean beef. Our Grass-only beef is differentiated by feeding biodiverse grasses, avoiding cereal grain grasses and not using herbicides.
Zero Antibiotics, Growth Hormones, Vaccines, or Chemicals
Our natural approach to raising beef never taints the meat with artificial chemicals or toxins. This includes only using foods and minerals for medications and avoiding synthetic pesticides.
Direct Doorstep Delivery or Group Pickup
You’re busy, and we’ll go the extra mile to get your order delivered. Literally.
- Frustrated at the poor quality of store-bought beef?
- Concerned about the effects of antibiotics and hormones in meats?
- Tired of spending your hard-earned money on factory farming that doesn’t respect the land and animals?
We know what it’s like to search for beef you can actually trust.
Most people feel misled by the packaging of beef in the store. Here at Bartlett Farms, we build a relationship with the customers who buy our beef, so you can be confident that what you’re eating is truly free of antibiotics, hormones, and chemicals, and full of nutrients to nourish you and your family.
Here’s how it works:
Determine your needs.
Order Your Bulk, Bundle or Cut Option.
Get Beef You Trust and Start Cooking.
At Bartlett Farms, we know you are the kind of people who provide the best food for your kids. In order to be that way, you need to trust that the foods you’re buying are high-quality and nutrient-dense. The problem is, you can’t always trust the fancy packaging in the store, which makes you feel misled by the big brands. We believe it’s wrong to mislead people. We understand what it’s like to be searching for healthier options of meat that you can trust. That’s why we started raising beef ourselves so we could trust the cows are truly grass-fed and grass-finished and that what we’re eating is free of toxins and harmful chemicals, containing the nutrients that nourish.
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