D D Farms & Vineyard
100 % GRASS FED-AGED ANGUS BEEF for family freezers
We never add preservatives, hormones or growth stimulants. By dry-aging our Angus for 20 days, you
get that intense flavor in every quarter or half side of beef, custom cut to your order. Flash
freezing it locks in its maximum flavor. We never add preservatives or artificial coloring. That's
why D D Farms all natural aged-Angus Beef will be the best your've ever tasted. The main fatty
acids in beef,omaga 3 & oleic acid, increase the natural source of protein, vitamins, and
healthful fatty acids. This is positive for diet health. Did you know that most beef sold by
grocery store chains has been implanted with growth hormones that are estrogen based? Our
customers want to know where their beef comes from, and the natural beef slogan has come to be
defined as "locally grown" and grass fed.
Our secret is that we let the mother cow's milk grow the calf. Then we use rotational grazing on
100% fescue pastures to form intramuscular marbling. This concept has created greater demand for
our Angus/Braunvieh cross bred steers, because our grass fed programs put more taste fat inside
the muscle. Our average steer will weigh between 1,000 to 1,250 pounds and yield between 500 to
600 pounds of meat. After aging and trimming, our average half side of beef weighs around 250
lbs/our average quarter side weighs about125 lbs. D D Farms customers say our aged Angus Ribeyes &
filets are the best steaks on the East coast!
QUARTER & HALF-SIDES / AGED ANGUS BEEF! We now have "Brown Swiss" (Braunvieh) steers known as the
famous Brown Cow from Switzerland. Over the past 10 years, tests have shown that Braunvieh steers
produced more USDA choice beef with yield Grade 2 or better than any other breed. We also have
Angus/Braunvieh and Braunvieh/Simmental crossed steers.
Our beef is featured at Mint Hill Farmers Market, Mint Hill, NC 28227.
Hours of Operation
By appointment only
Here's where you can find our products
Purchase by phone, 704-545-5583,e-mail- CADDLCO@AOL.com
Proud member of the Goodness Grows in North Carolina program