Grassfed Lowline Angus, LLC

Welcome to our Texas family farm where we enjoy wholesome food and lifestyle and are always seeking the most natural, healthy meat and vegetables to feed our bodies. We use only 100% certified organic fertilizer on our pastures and no pesticides or herbicides. We are chemical, antibiotic, and hormone free. We recognize that we are truly grass farmers, working to sustain a healthy environment for our pasture fed, free roaming cattle.

Compared to grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef is lower in calories and fat, yet much higher in Omega-3 fatty acids (even as much as wild salmon) and has a healthy ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6 fatty acids (a big problem with supermarket meat). It is also much higher in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), proven to build muscle, reduce body fat, and induce an optimum cellular environment for improved health.

Grass-fed beef also gives you more vitamins, including three to six more times Vitamin E than grain-fed beef and a number of antioxidants including luetin, zeaxanthin, and beta-carotene. A grass-fed steak has about the same amount of fat as a chicken breast and a better Omega-3 profile. It has less cholesterol and four times more CLA than chicken.

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Listing last updated on Jan 23, 2013

Member of Southwest Lowline Angus Breeders Association. Member of American Lowline Registry. We use natural, sustainable farming practices, no pesticides, herbicides, or growth hormones on cattle, etc.

We believe in all natural, rotational grazing techniques, and use of organic fertilizers and organic products because we have seen the results in healthy, happy cattle, shiny coats, and very low veterinarian bills.



Schedule and Location:

We are located in the Nacogdoches,TX area. We sell bulls, cows, calves, and meat. Primarily we are breeders selling bulls to ranchers that want to produce a more grass efficient herd with better calving ease. But we usually have 90/10% lean ground beef for sell at $7.99 lb. with a 5 lb. minimum.



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