Western Grassfed Beef Reviews

Western Grassfed Beef
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About Western Grassfed Beef
Western Grassfed Beef is committed to providing customers with delicious, fresh, and humanely raised 100% grassfed and 100% grass-finished beef.

Products and Ingredients:

Western Grassfed Beef uses a holistic approach to raising cattle that supports a healthy life for the animals as well as the ranchers’ way of life. The company practices a complete system of preservation, restoration, and rotational grazing that enhances the land. 
The cattle is born and raised in the United States and nurtured by family ranchers in California, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, New Mexico, and Colorado. By knowing all of the ranchers by name, the company has more quality control and closer to the practices that go into raising the cattle. 
The ranchers think of their history and are constantly working to present the land where their ancestors raised herds of cattle. In the future the land will be handed down to future generations. Many of the ranchers have been nationally recognized for going above and beyond conventional conservation efforts. 
The cattle are raised humanely throughout their entire lives following the animal’s natural appetite and desire for free grazing. They are not given antibiotics or added hormones and are always in open pasture.
Soon after birth, the cattle consume only the mother’s milk and also eat grass and forages. These are the beginning stages of what is a lifetime of grass feeding, which makes the animals grass finished.  Because the grassfed beef is lower in fat, it cooks 30 percent faster than grain fed beef.
Western Grassfed Beef is Certified Paleo - meaning that the products meet the requirements of being free from grain, legume, dairy, artificial coloring, artificial preservatives, artificial sweeteners, and artificial enhancers. 
Grassfed beef has some of the following benefits:
  • Grass-fed beef is naturally leaner than grain-fed beef
  • Omega 3s in beef that feed on grass is 7% of the total fat content, compared to 1% in grain-only fed beef
  • Grass-fed beef is loaded with other natural minerals and vitamins
Western Grassfed Beef products include: 
Beef bone broth: This pourable pouch will save hours of work when making a nutritious soup
Soup bones: Good for making nutritious bone broth and soups
Beef snack sticks: Come in Original, Jalepeno, and Smoky Sweet
New York striploin steak: 10 or 10 oz steak has a buttery flavor, great marbling, and moderate tenderness. 
All of the products are gluten free and free of synthetic ingredients.


Products are shipped for free on all orders over $100.00. All of the products range from $15.99 to $43.99.
Orders that are placed after Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. CST will ship frozen the following week.

Customer Service:

Contact Western Grassfed Beef at 844-668-8920 or customer.service@westerngrassfedbeef.com. Get updates on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Online Reviews/Complaints:

Right now there are not many published independent reviews of Western Grassfed Beef products. One customer commented that she loved the quality of the beef and found it juicy and flavorful. She also appreciated the company’s values and had a good experience with the customer service staff.

Competitors and Alternatives:

Other companies that sell nutritious grassfed beef include Rocky Mountain Organic Meats, GCC Organics, Panorama Meats, ButcherBox, Plaid Cow Society, and US Wellness Meats.  You can also find grassfed Bone Broth from Kettle and Fire and Bare Bones Broth.

Where to Buy?

You can order grassfed meat on Western Grassfed Beef’s online store.
If you have tried Western Grassfed Beef’s products, please leave your review below. 
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lodi, ca
wonderful and great customer service

best beef and great coaster we service

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