• Robyn Bottens

How to Prepare Grass Fed Beef

Updated: Apr 29

Grass fed beef has a negative connotation that it's dry, flavorless and tough. Some grass fed beef can be like that due to many reasons:

- It could have been overcooked or mistreated when it was prepared.

- The animal could have been stressed or fed incorrectly.



Since you are receiving premium grass fed beef from our farm in Cambridge, Illinois, we want you to have the best experience at home with your friends and family. Click here for tips on how to prepare grass fed beef from our friends at American Grass Fed Association. We are honored to be certified through a third party which gives you comfort in knowing that your beef is truly 100% grass fed and finished. The organization also has other requirements like no antibiotics, no hormones and no confinement. Check out more of their requirements here.


Cooking Temperatures for Grass Fed Beef


Rare - 120 degrees F

Medium Rare - 125

Medium - 135

Medium Well - 150

Well Done - 160


* Let the meat rest for 5-10 minutes before you slice it


We hope that you can put your trust in us and know that your food is not only healthier for you and your family, but also for the animal and the environment.



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19065 IL - Hwy 81
Cambridge, IL 61238

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