Grass Grazed. Family Raised

We Offer Superior Proteins
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SIMPLE. CLEAN. GOOD 

Welcome to Grass Grazed Farm. We provide our clean, wholesome meats directly to customers in central North Carolina April 3, 2020 Grass Grazed, LLC acquired LREF. Our farm is located in Durham County NC where we raise livestock with high animal welfare and sustainable practices such as rotational grazing and rigorous pasture management. And, of course, we never dose our animals with hormones or production antibiotics.We aim to nurture the land, water and wildlife around us while producing meats you can feel good about eating. Enjoy!

Livestock

We stand by our core values of raising grass-grazed products, free of genetically modified organisms.We are committed to improving soil health through regenerative grazing methods.We remove the mystery behind the meat by providing transparency from farm to table.

The Farm

Grassfed and pasture raised proteins.

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Our Story

Our mission is to produce protein with the promise of integrity. We will uphold this promise in our ethical practices and regenerative farming...

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The Grass Grazed Way

Our livestock is grass-grazed. This means they are exposed to unlimited green grass and fresh air. This also means that they do not receive...

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What to Expect

Choose Your Package

We offer custom packages to fit your family and your lifestyle. Create your own package or choose from our curated boxes.

Select Your Location and Pickup Day

Your meat is packaged and delivered to convenient locations across North Carolina. Orders may be placed 4 weeks – 7 days before pickup.

Enjoy

Within 24 hrs of delivery, you will receive a confirmation email notifying you of your order.

Chickens In The Mail!

My wife, Paige, and I (Derrick), along with our 5 children, are embarking on a farming adventure. Going into this industry was an intentional decision to better both our family and our environment. We hope you come along for the journey!

From the Blog

January 3, 2020
We are entering 2020 with excitement and anticipation for what’s next. Our family has grown in more ways than one. It’s safe to say that we never anticipated our lives going this direction. But here we go!
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December 20, 2019
I decided to raise them in their natural habitat, the forest. This is where they feel most at home. I’m also providing shelter for their comfort when desired. Since this is my first time raising pigs...
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July 6, 2019
Recently we’ve added about 60 laying hens to the farm. They are producing about 30 eggs a day. Soooo, yeah… I’ve taken a crash course in Eggs 101. Here’s what I’ve learned so far:
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