Cleaner, healthier, and better-for-you beef.


Why is grass-fed beef jerky better?

  • Grass-fed beef is raised on open pastures. These cows are never confined to feed-lots.
  • Grass-fed beef is high in protein.
  • Grass-fed beef is naturally lower in total fat, and doesn't contain any antibiotics or growth hormones.
  • Grass-fed beef is higher in Omega-3 fatty acids, which is crucial to a healthy diet and can reduce the risk of many diseases such as heart disease.
  • Grass-fed beef is higher in vitamins C and E
  • Generally speaking, grass-fed beef is cleaner and healthier than conventional corn-fed beef.

Why are omega-3 fatty acids important?

  • Omega-3 fatty acids may help reduce heart disease.
  • Omega-3 fatty acids may help improve eye health.
  • Omega-3 fatty acids can fight anxiety and depression.
  • Omega-3 fatty acids can fight inflammation.

So what exactly is corn-fed beef and how does it differ?

  • Cows fed on corn gain more weight, which means they produce more beef per cow that can then be sold to the consumer.
  • Most cows fed on corn are also confined to small feedlots in order for producers to more efficiently control their weights; grass-fed cows are allowed to roam naturally on open pastures.
  • Corn-fed beef has fewer health benefits than grass-fed beef.


Our beef jerky is made from 100% grass-fed and grass-finished cattle. Grass-fed beef is naturally lower in total fat, doesn't contain antibiotics or growth hormones, and is higher in Omega-3 fatty acids - a crucial part to a healthy diet that can reduce the risk of heart disease.


The taste difference

Grass-fed beef produces a little bit stronger of a beef flavor than conventional beef. We also don’t cake on our marinades to our jerky like many other brands, which leaves a better all-around flavor and keeps the integrity of the beef in tact.

The texture difference

Cows raised on grass pastures don’t produce a huge difference in texture, other than being leaner overall. However, grass-fed beef jerky does not have a “pressed” or “processed” texture that some lower quality, corn-fed beef, can have.

The cost difference

Grass-fed beef jerky is more expensive for the simple fact that grass-fed beef in general is more expensive. We hope as more companies switch to grass-fed beef then the cost will go down and we can transfer those savings to you.