deGraan Farms

We are a family run farm focused on producing high quality, tasty, lean, and nutritious grass-fed beef. Our cattle are born and raised on our farm located on the grassy hills of Northwest Georgia halfway between Chattanooga, TN and Atlanta, GA.

We have genetically selected our cattle to produce high quality, lean beef off the native grasses and legumes our environment provides us. We have taken great steps to raise our cattle without the use of hormones or sub-therapeutic antibiotics. Our cattle are treated in the most humane way possible which means no confinement in feed lots. The processor we have chosen is USDA inspected committed to producing quality beef.

Taking these great steps allows our customer complete confidence in the products purchased from our farm.

Listing last updated on Jan 3, 2014

We have Pork! Our next group will be ready in the spring, let me know if you are interested in reserving your hog.

More places to buy our beef: Come to our farm by appointment only. Downtown Alpharetta the first Saturdays of the month from 9AM until 10AM until the Farmer's Market season opens.

See our website for current prices

Delivery available, see website for details



Season:  January through January

Type:  single farm

Full Share:  

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Alpharetta Downtown Farmers Market, Saturdays, 8AM-12PM

On the off-season, we have drop and shop locations. Please contact us for our schedule. (706) 625-8848

Schedule and Location:

Come to our Farm year round by appointment only



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Thank you for having a great product. We split the half a cow with two other families and we all had plenty of beef to feed everyone for almost six months.... [more]


We have been buying our beef from deGraan Farms for the past year, and I wish we had made the switch from grocery store corn-fed beef a long time ago! As the mother a toddler boy (and another on the way!), I'm wary of what I put on my kitchen table for my family.... [more]

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