Beef Inventory Updated

Written by Matt Watson Wednesday, 13 August 2014 02:18

We now have beef in stock! We went today to pick it up from the processor.

On Friday August 15th at 3:30 pm we will be doing our Columbia delivery and at 6:00 pm we will be doing our Charleston delivery. We will need all orders in by Friday at 10:00 am. Anything we receive after 10:00 am we will not be able to deliver. We have to have time to get the orders together before we leave to do the deliveries.

We will also be at Old Town Farmers Market this Thursday from 5-8 pm. You can place an order to pick up there or you can just stop by our booth and get your items.

We appreciate all of you being so patient with us as we have been low on meat. We appreciate all your business and we look forward to serving you in the future.


100% Grass-fed and Grass-Finished

Written by Matt Watson

Grass is what cattle were designed to eat, and that's what our cattle get.  But not all grass is the same.  Cattle generally will gain weight and fatten better on annual forages than perennial grasses.  This is why we reserve a small amount of annual pasture to concentrate our finishing cattle on.  We also allow the cattle enough time to reach their true potential rather than harvesting them before they are finished.  We only harvest our cattle off of the best grass and never allow them to lose weight at any time.  These methods ensure that the beef you purchase tastes great and is good for you.

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The Difference

Written by Matt Watson

Here at Watson Farms, we think grass is better when it comes to what our cattle eat. Instead of putting them through the conventional system where they usually end up in a feedlot, the calves in our grass-fed program are kept on our farm where they're able to nurse and eat nothing but grass. We also don't administer any antibiotics, hormones or animal by-products to our grass-fed herds.


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Raised from Birth

Written by Matt Watson

Our calves are born on our farm and never leave until they're taken to a state-inspected processing facility in Pauline, S.C.

We choose the best calves for our grass-fed program when they are about nine months old.

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