Missouri Grass Fed Beef is located in the Ozark highlands just a short drive from St. Louis._Our family has been raising beef since 1945 and we supply young grass fed beef free of antibiotics, steroids, or growth hormones directly to the public. Our beef consist primarily of Angus and Hereford breeds. We utilize extensive rotational grazing techniques and our cattle receive no grain or by-products, only grass and mother's milk. Our beef is tender, flavorful, and never gamey. The cattle are managed so that we can have beef available during all seasons. We sell whole and half beeves and you can choose your own custom cuts package. Our beef is dry aged and processed in a USDA inspected facility. Most customers pick up their beef directly from our processor, but we do offer delivery to the St. Louis area and can arrange shipping via Fed-Ex or UPS for long distance orders. We accept most major credit cards and welcome any inquiries. You may check our website for current order dates or call us on our toll free number.

Listing last updated on Mar 5, 2013


We raise primarily Angus and Hereford and Angus/Hereford crosses that we market at around one year of age to ensure a lean, tender and flavorful cut. Our processor has won numerous state and national awards and is an USDA inspected facility. We are always happy to hear from our customers and friends and welcome the opportunity to discuss the benefits of grass fed beef to all who are interested.



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I purchased half a cow last fall. The steaks were very small and all the meat was pale. I have bought grass fed beef before and have never seen a cow this small.... [more]


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I've ordered beef multiple times from Missouri Grass Fed Beef since 2009 and have been very happy every time. The beef is fabulous, so much better than corn-fed beef.... [more]

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