Sources: Uruguay

Verde Farms works closely with farmers on a global level to raise cattle as nature intended. Unlike the conventional meat industry, our cattle are grass-fed, 100% pasture-raised, and NEVER confined to industrial feedlots. They are never given sub-therapeutic antibiotics or added hormones. Our organic programs never use synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. These practices are not only healthier for the land, animal, and farmer, but they also help produce a better quality beef product.

Additionally, we are committed to a practice of not including older dairy cull cows or tropical breeds. While others may take shortcuts to get a product to market at the cheapest price, the priority at Verde Farms is to ensure the highest quality possible throughout the supply chain.

Grass-Fed Beef from Uruguay

Verde Farms beef is traditionally raised in Uruguay, a quiet South American country bordered by Argentina and blessed with a mild climate, fertile soils, and sprawling green pastures. In Uruguay, cattle outnumber people by 3:1, and there is a rich cultural heritage of sustainable cattle ranching. Here, cattle graze naturally in the open air year-round, just as nature intended. Clean air, pure water, abundant sunshine, and lush native grasses are the main ingredients in our succulent grass-fed beef.While the Hereford and Angus cattle are raised by gauchos using traditional methods of pasture-based farming, they also benefit from the most humane, environmentally friendly, and socially responsible practices.

As always, Verde Farms grass-fed beef from Uruguay is 100% pasture-raised – NEVER confined to feedlots, using no growth hormones EVER, and following strict animal welfare protocols.

  • Animal Welfare Program evaluated by experts on Animal Science, including Temple Grandin, PhD., ensures that animals are treated with the utmost care throughout their life cycle
  • Wastewater Treatment system that uses absolutely no chemicals while processing and naturally maintains its purity
  • Recycling Program that includes batteries, glass, plastics, and cardboard

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