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    The highest quality restaurants serving the highest quality meats.

  • Our Farm Partners

    Our animals are rotationally grazed on free-ranging pasture in RI, MA and PA.

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    Order a selection pack of Grass Fed Beef and have it delivered to your Rhode Island home.

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New England's Home for Grass Fed Meat

We are dedicated to producing the finest 100% grass fed beef, pork and rabbit with the help of our local grazing partners. Our animals are raised with respect and grown to their highest potential. We accept the gift of their lives with gratitude.

  • Chef-to-Farm Weekends……..

    There is a large hilltop farm in north-central Vermont where our friend John Harkins grows forgotten heirloom variety crops and heritage breed livestock in a biodynamic system that supports soil health, animal nutrition and economic viability for his family's creative organic farm enterprise.  Grazing animals (sheep, goats and pigs) improve the land as they are moved daily with the assistance of mobile electric fencing.  They ...

    Posted at October 24, 2014 | By : | Categories : Farm to Table Chefs | 0 Comment
  • Embracing The Humble Cuts …..

    Those of us who raise the good meat - livestock raised on the land that sustains it - are reminded daily that our methods take longer and cost more than industrially raised protein.  Our top-quality 100% grass-fed beef requires special animals that are ambitious grazers with the ability to fatten on the forage in front of them.  They need ...

    Posted at September 6, 2014 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Beef | 2 Comments
  • The Terrible Horrible Insensitive Video

    I was saddened to learn that a video of our rabbit slaughter demonstration with Johnson & Wales culinary students for their Sustainability curriculum last fall was taken down from RI Farm Bureau Facebook due to the outrage of a vocal minority. Many people are totally disconnected from the nature of things ...

    Posted at August 14, 2014 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Rabbits | 0 Comment
  • Moving the Herd

    Several of our valued customers asked me last week why our 100% grass-fed beef tastes so much better than some of the other local brands they have sampled.  I humbly accepted the accolade and replied that it was surely a combination of nature and nurture.  It's likely that less successful pastured beef is ...

    Posted at July 22, 2014 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Beef | 0 Comment