"Thank you for your interest in Walnut Hall Beef. We are currently not taking orders until we can restock our delicious product. Please check back late September when we will have more inventory. Sorry for the delay! Feel free to email us at Walnuthallbeef@gmail.com if you want us to send you a reminder when we reopen our online store. Any orders received during this time will be shipped in late September when our beef is back in stock. Thank you!"
Thank you for visiting our website. Walnut Hall Beef has decided to focus our sales on the local area, friends and family. If you are interested in purchasing our beef we are happy to sell to you if we have it in stock. As of November 2012 we will sell beef in mixed 1/8ths ($500), Mixed Quarters ($950), and Halves ($1800) by appointment. You can email us at email@example.com to inquire as to our next processing dates. For the time being our online store is offline. Thanks for stopping by!
Why Grass-Fed is Better
It's Healthier for You
In nature, cattle eat grass – not grain. Because of this, beef from grass-fed cattle is healthier than beef from grain-fed cattle:
• It is higher in Vitamin A, Vitamin E, and Conjugated Linoleic Acids (CLAs);
Moreover, this "health" food does not come at the cost of taste. Grass-fed beef is delicious, with a flavor and texture that is simply absent in grain-fed beef.
It's Healthier for the Animals
Grass-fed cattle live the life that nature intended. At Walnut Hall, our cattle roam freely over rich, open pastures, where they eat the food they were designed for – grass. Contrast this to the conventional model of grain-fed beef, where cattle finish their lives in cramped feedlots, standing in their own muck, and forced to eat a diet (grain) that sickens them over time.
Because Walnut Hall cattle eat grass, they are healthy and free of antibiotics, steroids, and other growth-promoting hormones.
It's Healthier for the Environment
Grass-fed cattle are raised naturally. They are nature's fertilizers, moving through pastures to spread soil-enriching manure. Moreover, by providing a financial incentive for the nation's farmlands to remain grass-covered and undeveloped, they help keep America green and reduce our carbon footprint.