Factory farming contributes to many environmental problems
Our mission is to end the use of antibiotics on animals so that we can preserve it to treat real human illnesses. Our primary goal is to create a demand for sustainable meat that is good for the environment, our health and the well being of animals.
Livestock production ensures continual access to the outdoors.
Whether directly administered to the animal or given in feed, drugs are prohibited.
The feed consists of local, organic and non-GMO sources.
Animal’s Diet is grass and forage and never feeds on grain or grain by-product.
Meat is locally raised within 150 miles from farm to grocery store.
Bred over time so that they’re well suited for their local environment and are more resistant to diseases.
Animal Welfare Approved, Certified Humane, Certified Organic, and American Grassfed Association
Independent producers set and control animal raising practices and farm standards.
Farm shows conservation through recycling, reusing, and repurposing land, waste, and resources.
Oregon House, California
1524 2oth Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
13060 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94123