Conventional Beef vs. Grass-Fed/Grass-Finished Beef

For a good explanation of the Grass-fed vs. Grain-fed Beef debate, please take the time to read this article:

Why Grass-fed Beef?

  • Women who eat one 6 oz. serving of grass-fed beef a day are 60% less likely to develop breast cancer.
  • Switching to grass-fed beef will save you 17,773 calories (six pounds) a year.
  • High in Omega-3s: Grass-fed beef has 2-4 times the amount of Omega-3 as grain-fed beef. People with diets rich in Omega-3 are 50% less likely to have a heart attack. Omega-3 is shown to reduce the risk of cancer, depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit disorder (hyperactivity), and Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Low in Omega-6s: Grass-fed beef lowers pro-inflammatory Omega-6 fatty acids and raises Omega-3 fatty acids while grain-fed beef raises Omega-6 fatty acids and lowers Omega-3 fatty acids. Large amount of Omega-6 lead to obesity, diabetes, inflammatory diseases, and cancer. Most Americans consume large amounts of Omega-6.
  • High CLA levels Grass-fed beef is the richest known source of Conjugated Linoleic Acid or CLA. You would have to eat five times more grain-fed beef to have the same CLA levels. Anti-cancer properties have been linked to CLA and research suggests CLA supports a reduction in total body fat and an increase in lean body mass.
  • High in Vitamin E (There is 3 times the amount of Vitamin E in grass-fed beef as grain-fed beef) Vitamin E lowers risks of both heart disease and cancer.


We sell two different types of beef; hereford and longhorn. The longhorn comes from Chisholm Trail Beef. They are a family run, family operated business raising grass-fed, grass-finished beef in the Texas hill country. The hereford comes from CowHouse Creek Meat Company located in Hamilton Tx. The longhorn beef will be a little leaner at 95/5 than the hereford at 85/15. 

– NO growth hormones

– NO medicated feeds or minerals and

– NO antibiotics


Longhorn Beef
Hamburger Patties
Tenderloin Filets (Bacon-wrapped)
Ribeye Steaks
NY Strip Steaks
Top Sirloin Steaks
Roast (Rump/Chuck/or Arm)
Stew Meat
Bratwurst (uncooked)
Breakfast Sausage (spicy)
Summer Sausage
Jalapeno Summer Sausage
Snack Stick
Soup Bones


Hereford Beef
Top Blade Steak
Boiling Bones
Chuck Roast
Beef Cutlets/Cubed Steak
Eye of Round
Flank Steak
Flap Steak
Flat Iron
Ground Beef
KC Strip
Loin Tip
London Broil
Ground Beef Patties
Short Ribs
Shank Crosscut
Sirloin Tip
Skirt Steak
Stew Meat
Top Sirloin
Tri Tip