White Flower Farm Natural Meat
We breed Angus cattle on our property, graze the animals over the summer, and then finish them with grain supplements when the weather gets crisp in the fall. These animals spend every day on grass, with woodland available for shade and shelter, and drink water from the same well that feeds our house. They are tended by hand and never receive any growth hormones or sub-therapeutic antibiotics (meaning they get none unless they are sick).
When harvested in fall, these animals produce meat that is firm in texture, lightly marbled, and intensely flavorsome. The beef carcasses are hung for about two weeks in a dry cooler before butchering. We offer quarter, half and whole cattle. For more information please E-mail Tom Anctil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To enhance your enjoyment, recipes from Cook’s Illustrated magazine are available on our Web site in pdf format.