Beef

Its what's for dinner.

With a growing population of meat eaters, stores and restaurants have been requesting a large inventory of beef. These requests for more red meat was answered by the industrialization of cows.

Here at Sirna's, our cows are all grass fed, free-range and are not administered any antibiotics or hormones. They are also treated humanely.

The way we raise our purebred black Angus cows is not only evident in the taste, it can be seen in the health benefits. Our ground beef is processed 90% lean and the whole cow is used, giving you all quality meats in our beef.

Grass fed beef is not only lower in fat and calories, but also has more nutritional value. Our meat is very lean too. This is because we give the cows time to get to the desired weight before harvesting. Most of the beef you'll find elsewhere has been rushed through life and forced to gain weight as quickly as possible. Our meat from grass fed animals also has more omega-3 fatty acids. For those of you who are not familiar with Omega-3s, they are called "good fats." These "good fats" play a vital role in every cell and system in your body. They are also the most heart-friendly fats. People who have ample amounts of omega-3s in their diet are less likely to have high blood pressure or an irregular heartbeat. Remarkably, they are 50 percent less likely to suffer a heart attack. Omega-3s are essential for your heart and brain functions along with your overall health. In addition to being higher in omega-3s, grass fed beef is also higher in CLA (conjugated linoleic acid - this has been linked to helping the body fight cancer) and vitamin E than its mass produced counterpart.

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Our CSA will be starting as usual this year, if you are interested in signing up, please see our CSA Information and then complete your application.

Check out a recent article about the farm in Our Ohio.

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