Our cattle are raised on open pastures in Dover, Pennsylvania. They receive a strict diet of grass forages
including perennial rye, wheat grass, red clover, white clover and fescue as they are continually rotated
between pastures. Our animals are never in confinement, are never fed grain, and never given
antibiotics, pesticides, growth hormones or genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
We allow our cattle more time and space to reach maturity. On average each animal has 1.5 acres of
productive pasture and lives to 25 and 27 months of age before it is ready for harvest. This allows the end
product to have developed much more intra muscular fat and therefore, greater flavor.
Market ready animals are processed by a small, local USDA inspected facility that takes great care in
ensuring the same humane treatment the cattle were given throughout their life is continued through
processing. Locust Point animals are processed separately and meat cuts are dry-aged for 21 days to
maximize tenderness and flavor.