Eat Wild Beef
The origin of our cattle goes back to 1937 when the first beef cattle were brought to Sitkinak Island. Like everything else in Alaska, these cattle have adapted and now thrive in the lush coastal environment. You could not ask for a more local Alaskan beef product!
Sitkinak cattle have always enjoyed natural grazing all year long and are never confined for feeding. They have never been given vaccines, hormones, or chemicals. They are not branded and are minimally handled throughout the year. Our cattle are locally harvested with our mobile processing unit and never exposed to undue stress. The result of these practices ensure that our customers are receiving a superior beef product!
The recognized benefits of locally grown grass-fed beef continue to rise! Grass-fed beef is lower in fat, higher in omega-3s, higher in beta-carotene, and higher in vitamins and minerals (including Vitamins B & E). People who have ample amounts of omega-3s in their diet are less likely to have high blood pressure or irregular heartbeat. They are 50% less likely to suffer a heart attack. Omega-3s are essential for your brain as well. People with a diet rich in omega-3s are less likely to suffer from depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit disorder (ADD), or Alzheimer’s disease. They even reduce the risk of cancer.
|Feedlot, grain, antibiotics, hormones, steroids, vaccines, confined living, hay
|Feedlot, grain, antibiotics, vaccines, confined living, hay
|Feedlot, grain, vaccines, confined living, hay
|None of the above