Novy Ranches Grass-fed Angus Beef

Novy Ranches Grass-fed Angus Beef

Contact Information

Phone (805) 217-7152
Website URL (use http://)
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Street Address PO Box 397
City Grenada
State California
Zip Code 96038

Farm Products

Meat Products Beef
Certified Organic? No, but follow organic standards

Farm Practices

Farm Practices Pastured & Grass fed
Environment Animals raised in low stress, natural environment • Animals are raised outdoors in pasture • Ruminants are only fed grass, hay or grass silage
Antibiotic Free? Yes
Hormone Free? Yes
Feed Practices (Beef) 100% Grass, Hay & Grass Silage

Buying Information

Buying Options Local Pickup • Online (direct ship)
Where To Buy Our grass-fed beef is also available for local pick-up in both Siskiyou County and Simi Valley (Ventura County).

Our beef can also be shipped via 2nd day air or ground, depending on your location. Call for details on shipping.

Novy Ranches is a family operation based in the Shasta Valley area of Northern California since 1976.

The ranches are the ongoing  life work  and commitment of Dr. Lowell Novy, a veterinarian, whose interests in conservation, cattle-ranching and animal welfare have informed his decision to turn away from “traditional” feedlot cattle production by developing an entirely grass-fed  program that is healthy for the land, cows and people.

Highly Marbled Grass-fed Beef

We use Ultrasound technology to measure the Intra Muscular Fat (IMF) or marbling percentage of our 200 of our youngest heifers and bulls. The average percentage marbling was 5.25%, which is equivalent to grading “Choice”. Among cattlemen, these results would be considered excellent for grain-fattened beef, but are practically unheard of in a strictly grass-fed program.

Ranch Practices

All Novy Ranch cattle are born and raised entirely on our ranch. We raise our herd in large, open pastures with room to roam and places to hide from inclement weather or when a mother cow feels the need for privacy to give birth. They are never confined in feedlots, ever. In the winter months when grass is dormant, they are fed high quality hay (high protein) of mixed grasses and alfalfa and are provided straw to bed in.

Our cattle have never been fed anything other than pasture grass and hay and the extra salt and minerals we supply them. “Mad Cow” disease has only been found in cattle that have been fed animal by-products and has never been found in cattle that are exclusively grass-fed. Our cattle are never fed commercially mixed feeds , growth hormones, feed additives, antibiotics. or anything other than grass, grass pellets, hay and a salt/mineral mix.

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