Grass Fed and Finished Angus Beef

Our customers love our tasty beef!

Angus grass fes beef

At Basket Flat Ranch, we currently raise Black Angus. All of our beef have been specifically bred for their tenderness. Our beef is naturally tender, and leaner, but also has a healthy, natural amount of fat that the animals put on by eating a high quality, nutritious, "salad bar" diet of several grasses, and clover.

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Premium Grass-fed, and Grass finished Beef still available as of

Angus Quarter Beef
$250 deposit
  • $5.15 /lb Hanging Weight
    + processing fees
  • Weight Range: 130-190 lbs
  • Average Weight Estimate: 155 lbs
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Angus Half Beef
$500 deposit
  • $5.00 /lb Hanging Weight
    + processing fees
  • Weight Range: 280-380 lbs
  • Average Weight Estimate: 310 lbs
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Angus Whole Beef
$1000 deposit
  • $4.85 /lb Hanging Weight
    + processing fees
  • Weight Range: 520-760 lbs
  • Average Weight Estimate: 620 lbs
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Questions? Not sure how to have it cut? Not sure how much to order? Just e-mail us, or give us a call and we will be glad to help give advice and answer any questions you may have.

Better for your health

Basket Flat Ranch Grass-fed beef is higher in nutrients than grain-fed beef, including vitamins A and E, omega-3 fatty acids, and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). These nutrients have been linked to a range of health benefits, including improved heart health, reduced inflammation, and a stronger immune system.

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Better for the environment

Basket Flat Ranch Grass-fed beef is raised on lush pastures near Battle Ground Washington. Raising Beef with all natural techniques helps to improve soil health and is more sustainable. In contrast, grain-fed beef is raised in feedlots, which can pollute waterways and is often inhumane.

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Support your local economy

When you buy Basket Flat Ranch Grass-fed beef you are directly supporting a local rancher. You know exactly where your food in coming from and can customize your cuts. You can call or email and get advice from the rancher. You're also supporting your local economy and helping to preserve the family farm.

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