Edmundson Ranches **Grass-Finished Beef**


Walsenburg, Colorado
Family Farm

Edmundson Ranches         **Grass-Finished Beef**

The Edmundson Ranch is a working family ranch in southeastern Colorado that proudly offers customers exceptional quality grass-fed, grass-finished, all-natural beef.

We raise our beef the natural way, without grains, antibiotics, growth hormones, steroids, chemical fertilizers, pesticides or animal by-product feeds.

At the Edmundson Ranch, we think consumers have every right to know where their meat comes from and what is put into it. After several family members, including our young children, were diagnosed with multiple food allergies, we became very concerned with the quality and content of store-bought meats. We started keeping back some of our own calves and grass-finishing them for ourselves and are now proud to offer the same wholesome beef to our customers.

We take deposits year round, but do all of our procerssing in the late fall, while the cattle are in the best condition coming off of the summer grasses. We sell wholes, halves and quarters directly to customers and deliver the live beef to the processor. Pickup and delivery of the processed meat is possible for an additional fee.

On our website you will find helpful pricing charts that will tell you exactly what you will get and exactly what you will pay. We also offer discounts for returning customers and for placing early deposits.

We enjoy developing lasting relationships with our customers and appreciate all feedback.

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Listing last updated on Feb 19, 2012

Grass fed AND grass finished beef. We sell wholes, halves and quarters. Discounts for repeat customers and for early deposits. Check out our website for pricing charts, delivery options, discounts, cut charts and general health benefits of grass fed beef. We also keep a blog and often include recipes, ranch pictures and weather information on it. Link to blog on our website.




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