Vermont Grass Fed Beef Beaver Meadow Farm
Eastham Road · Shrewsbury, VT 05738 · 802-492-3350 / 802-236-2586 ·
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Vermont Grass Fed Beef

Grass fed beef is healthier for you and the environment

It's time to stock your freezer with a side, quarter, or variety box
of our hormone free, humanely raised, grass-fed beef!

Our healthy herd of Black Angus beef cattle are raised solely on fresh grass grown on our 200 acre farm in Shrewsbury, Vermont. On our family farm, we practice rotational grazing to get the best nutrients out of our pastures, with the least amount of harm to the environment. These practices help us to preserve and maintain Vermont's natural, historical, and cultural heritage, keeping our 250 year old farm's pastures open and in use.

When you buy your beef from Beaver Meadow Farm, you're making a choice against corporately run mega-farms, massive and filthy stockyards, inhumane treatment of animals, and unhealthy, unnatural additives in the food you eat. Not to mention GRASS FED BEEF TASTES BETTER!

Don't miss this opportunity to make better the health of yourself, your community, your environment, and your burgers. A whole, half, quarter, or box of our beef makes a great Christmas present, or maybe you just want to keep it all for yourself! Act fast before we run out! Find details below.

Grass Fed Beef on Beaver Meadow Farm in Vermont
Quarter about 110 lbs +/- 50 lbs $5.75/lb
Side about 225 lbs +/- 100 lbs $5.50/lb
Whole about 450 lbs +/- 200 lbs $5.00/lb
Burger Box 10 lbs $49.95
Big Burger Box 20 lbs $89.95
Steak Box 6 lbs assorted steaks.
Fill out our cut sheet to tell us what you want.
Roast Box 10 lbs assorted roasts.
Fill out a cut sheet to tell us what you want.
Variety Box 4 lbs ground beef
4 lbs assorted steak
4 lbs assorted roasts
2 lbs stew beef

Our herd is hardy, but small. Don't get left empty handed. Call or email us now!

"The diet of the animals we eat has a bearing on the nutritional quality, and healthfulness. This should be self-evident, yet it is a truth routinely overlooked by the industrial food chain in its quest to produce vast quantities of cheap animal protein."
—Michael Pollan, Omnivore's Dilemma
"If you eat a typical amount of beef per year, which in the United States is about 67 pounds, switching to grass-fed beef will save you 16,642 calories a year."
—Jo and Frances Robinson, Pasture Perfect
"We've stocked our freezer with Beaver Meadow Farm Beef for three years running, and the decision was worth it for the taste alone, not to mention the environmental and ethnical benefits."
—Phyllis Wells, satisfied customer

Ludy Biddle, Proprietor · Orville Woods, Farm Manager ·