Why We Are Different

All Natural Farm Raised Beef and Pork from Georgia

The Farm Fresh Beef Company is a family operation with a cross of Purebred Black Angus that are raised on pasture, in a stress-free environment and humanely handled throughout their life cycles.

100% All Natural Grass Fed Black Angus & Pastured Pork

  • No Hormones
  • No Antibiotics
  • No Steroids
  • No Pesticides
  • No Chemical FertilizersWhich Also Means…
  • Lower in Fat, Lower in Calories than Grain Fed Beef – A 6oz. Beef Loin from a Grass Fed Cow may have 92 fewer calories than a 6oz. Loin from a Grain Fed Cow
  • Higher in Omega-3 – 3X Higher than Grain Fed Beef
  • Higher Levels of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) – 5X More than Grain Fed Beef
  • More Vitamin E – 5X More than Grain Fed Beef
  • More Beta-Carotene – 4X Higher than Grain Fed Beef







We also raise pastured pork and there are many reasons why you should choose Pastured Pork:

  • Safer and Healthier
  • Better nutritional value than store-bought pork
  • Absent of harmful byproducts associated with hogs fed in feedlots.
  • Lower in cholesterol, and calories
  • Richer in antioxidants including vitamins E, beta-carotene, and vitamin C
  • Have more “good” fats – 2-4x’s more omega-3 fatty acids
  • Fewer “bad” fats
  • Certified humane
  • It just tastes better!

Pastured Pork is more nutritious than store bought pork. It is higher in Vitamin E, higher in Omega-3′s, and richer in antioxidants, which help prevent cancer and many other chronic diseases.

Our pigs are healthy and happy! They are being raised as they are meant to be under the shelter of the forest, foraging on vegetation and bugs off the forest floor. Their food is always available and is antibiotic, steroid, and hormone free. Over the span of their lifetime our pigs receive no antibiotics, steroids, hormones, or artificial supplements. Instead, they gain their nutrients from what nature has to offer them. Our pigs are allowed to root, dig, and run, just as they were meant to. This improves the quality of their lives as well as the quality of the meat they produce.