We humanely and ethically raise all natural 100% grass-fed beef without the use of hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. Our cattle are raised on sunshine, green grass, fresh air & clean water. We have been in grass-fed production & marketing for over 18 years. We were raising grass-fed beef when grass-fed beef wasn’t cool!


News & Events

Be sure and come out tomorrow morning, Saturday, to the Kansas grown farmers market, between 7am to noon. Turkey foot will be there with our truck loaded with all cuts of all grass fed beef. We will be parked in our reserved spot. Lots of vendors with meats, vegetables, plants, crafts, etc. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

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Come out an see us this evening at College Hill Coffee Shop in Winfield. We are grilling up all grass fed Turkey Foot steakburgers. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are at the Kansas Sampler Festival in Winfield today and tomorrow. Come see us, we have samples of our beef and are coolers are full of all cuts of all grass fed beef. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come see us and stay warm at the Winter Indoor Market this Saturday, December 19th, between 8 am and noon at the extension office located at 21st and Ridge Rd in Wichita. ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago  ·  

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Be sure to stop by and see us at the Winter Indoor Market located at 21st & Ridge Rd in Wichita. We have freezers full of our all natural grass fed beef. Ask about buying one of our bundles and saving a bundle. These can make great Christmas gifts. ... See MoreSee Less

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Health Benefits

Grass-fed beef has many health benefits over grain-fed animals:

More omega-3, a heart healthy fat
More cla, a cancer-fighting fat
more vitamins

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Cooking Tips

Grass-fed beef cooks faster than grain-fed beef because it has more protein and less fat.
We offer cooking tips to maximize your enjoyment of our grass-fed meat.

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