Their certification is third-party verified and guarantees that when consumers buy grass fed beef with the American Grass Fed Association logo, they are ensured it was born, raised, and processed in the USA, that the animals were treated humanely, and that they were grazed regeneratively. This confirms to shopkeepers and the consumer that American Grass Fed Association certified producers are improving soils, water quality, biodiversity, and American farming communities. Anyone can join to become a member, with different levels of membership based on whether they are Certified American Grass Fed, working towards certification, or just supportive of the organisation. This gives access to various benefits, dependent on the tier of membership. They also stand by the rights of farmers and ranchers to make a living that not only supports their families, but encourages next-generation succession through education, support, and marketing. Their website also serves as a resource hub for those that are looking for more information on the highest-end animal husbandry, regenerative methods, and holistic management of livestock.
Land to Market verified and a member of the Livestock Conservancy, the Bandera Grassland has been producting highly-nutritious meat since 2003. Their meat contains higher in protein, beta-carotene, vitamin-e, omega 3, and conjugated linoleic acid. They are able to promote superior taste and consistent tenderness through dry-aging, grass-feeding, and grass finishing. Each breeding step they […]
BFT Ranch raises AGA-certified grass-fed red Angus cattle, Nigerian goats and pastured chicken for the Northeast Texas Area. It is part of a parcel settled in 1835 by Benjamin Simmons. Benjamin named the town after his son, Benjamin Franklin Simmons. They are proud to continue the traditions of historical ranching and restoring natural ways of […]
Madroño Ranch is “both a ranch with Animal Welfare Approved bison and laying hens and a residency for environmental artists and writers”. “A stunning Hill Country spread” with 1,500 acres of land. They are located about two and a half hours from Austin and an hour and a half from San Antonio. Also, this ranch […]