Want all natural beef that’s locally raised on a 100-percent grass diet, then Wisconsin Meadows is what you’re looking for. It’s the trade name of beef produced by members of the Wisconsin Grass-fed Beef Cooperative.
The cooperative is comprised of more than 70 Wisconsin family farmers who believe that rotationally grazing cattle is the best way to raise lean, tasty beef.
These farmers manage their pastures to protect soil and water resources and provide wildlife habitat. Cooperative farmers raise old world British breeds such as Devon, Angus, Galloway, White Park and others that are proven to be hearty and thrive on an all-forage diet.
Low-stress handling and rotational grazing keep the cattle and pastures healthy. The cattle also are raised without the use of synthetic growth hormones or antibiotics.
Based in Elkhorn, WI., the cooperative has established groups of farms around the state that send their cattle to nearby processors and on to restaurants and stores in the nearest markets. You’ll find Wisconsin Meadows beef at your favorite Outpost location. Pick some up and taste the difference.