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Customers tell us that John's Farm grass-finished beef has more flavor and is more tender than other grass fed beef they have tried. This difference can be attributed to the quality of grass and grazing the calf longer, allowing its energy to build fat into its meat because marbling adds to flavor and tenderness.

Yes, John's Farm Beef is available by the quarter beef bundle and half beef bundle.

We have a recommended cutting order for you to review when placing an order for the Half Beef Bundle. The Half Beef Bundle contains: filets, strip steaks, rib-eye steaks, brisket, chuck roasts, arm roasts, chicken fry steaks, fajita meat, round roasts, stew meat, flank steak, skirt steak, rump roast, pikes peak roast, short ribs, sirloin steaks, tri-tip roast, ground beef, and ground beef patties. Liver, heart, tongue, and ox-tail available on request. Cuts are customized to your preference; for example, thickness of steaks, approximate size of roast, and more.

John's Farm Half Beef Bundle is sold by processed weight, which means you pay for the beef that is going into your freezer. In comparison, other producers sell by live or hanging weight. We believe our customers should only pay for the amount of beef they receive instead of the unusable weight that is included in hanging or live weight.

The price of a quarter or half beef bundle is listed under the section SPECIAL CUTS. Estimate the quarter bundle at 135-150 lbs and the half beef bundle at 200-220 lbs.

Please contact us to get more details on processing dates - since March 2020, processing dates have changed often.

John’s Farm is the only beef producing family farm in Oklahoma with these certifications.

* Certified Organic - USDA and OK Dept of Agriculture
* USDA verified grass-finished
* Animal Welfare Approve

John's Farm Beef are red and black Angus.

99% of each calf's diet is forage/alfalfa; 1% of each calf's diet is organic barley. 100% of each calf's diet is certified organic and grown on our farm. USDA has verified John's Farm Beef as grass-finished.

Our livestock program allows cattle to graze freely on environmentally friendly pastures, soak up sunshine, flourish on grass and thereby, John's Farm Beef are healthy cows, providing a healthy consumer product.

• We are grateful for the opportunity to provide Oklahoma consumer with organic beef that has proven health benefits which surpass grass-fed standards. We know because John's Farm Beef has been tested! Omega6/Omega 3 ratio - 1.8 CLA - 9.8
• Healthy fat is essential for healthy bodies; one way to obtain healthy fat is through meat consumption. Be sure to ask questions and request facts instead of industry standards.

*Do the research; use Google on national brands. Look for where the beef comes from, what is fed to beef, at what size are beef processed, is the beef well marbled. For example, if a calf is processed at 1,000 lbs, or less, the meat will be very lean with little marbling which means the taste and tenderness will vary from John's Farm Beef.
*Look closely at the label and the claims made by the brand or producer. What inspections, certification, and verifications are on the package. For example, a farm with the name 'organic' is a title only; an official organic seal is required for the product to be certified organic.
*Listen to what producers tell you. For example, what does we raise organically mean or what does beyond organic mean? There are no inspections for such claims and very often the producer fails to have organic standards available to measure all his practices to determine if the product is being organically raised. We believe that to go beyond organic one must first be certified organic after which we can exceed the standards. For example, our cows are more than the required pasture space for certifications.

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