Our range-raised, grass-fed beef which has no hormones or antibiotics
On February 9, 2010, me sat down to dinner at our home to try what I called the "super-steer". This 2007 spring calf was approach age three years when he was delivered to Vea Meats in Spring Glen, Utah for harvesting. We normally would not keep a steer for that length of time but he was intended to be part of a feedlot project that never materialized. He grazed with the cow herd and his entire diet has been natural forage and our own home raised alfalfa. We approached this genestar beef with considerable trepidation last night because we expected it to be tough. Instead, we experienced one of the tenderest, most juicy and flavorful steaks we have ever eaten.
Feb 9, 2010