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•Never given hormonesCook Farm Cow
• Never given growth promotants or steroids
• Never given antibiotics
• Never fed animal by-products
• Never fed corn or other grain
• Never fed genetically modified organisms
• Diet consists only of mother’s milk, grass, clover, alfalfa cubes, hay and a mineral-vitamin supplement
• Compared to grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef:
• Has 1/3 of the total fat, saturated fat and calories
• Contains higher amounts of Omega 3 fatty acid (reported to reduce the risk of heart disease), conjugated linoleic acid (reported to be an anti-carcinogen), beta-carotene and Vitamins A, B & E
• Has a significantly more healthy ratio of Omega 3 to Omega 6 fatty acids
Cook Farm Calf
• Reduces risk of possible E.coli infections
• Born and raised locally on a 4th generation sustainable family farm
• Maintained in an animal and an ecology friendly environment

• Humanely cared for under low-stress conditions
• Immunized from diseases
• Preventively treated for external and internal parasites
• Surveys reflect up to 83% of consumers prefer the taste of grass-fed beef or have no preference
• Limousine and Angus cross breeding maximizes potential for flavorful, lean beef with desired tenderness



We welcome the opportunity to “show off” our cattle in their natural environment and to discuss our production philosophy. An appointment is required in order to enter the pastures for a close-up and personal visit.

A general rule of thumb is one cubic foot of freezer space for each 28 # of cut and wrapped meat. A 400 # whole beef will require approximately 14 cubic feet of freezer space (2’ x 2’ x 3.5’). A half beef will require approximately 7 cubic feet of freezer space (2’ x 2’ x 1.75’).

By way of comparison, grass-fed ground beef, when it can be found, sells in supermarkets for $5.99 to $7.99 per pound. When buying a Cook Farm whole or half grass-fed beef, you will receive not only ground beef but also steaks and roasts as well. When they can be found, steaks and roasts sell for $8.99 to $16.99 per pound in supermarkets.  

Oscar T. Cook, Jr. ~ 305 Old Hwy 84 East ~ Boston, Georgia 31626
(229) 403-0375 ~ (229) 498-7432
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