How It Works

Don’t worry, it’s not complicated.

We work hard to provide wholesome pasture based foods that you can feel good about providing for your family.

Step 2:

Choose Delivery Option

Choose from Home Delivery by Watson Farms, UPS Home Delivery, or Farm Pickup.

Step 3:

Receive Your Order

Whether you chose the convenience of delivery or farm pickup, you’ll soon experience what grass-based regenerative agriculture brings to the table.

Step 4:


Now it’s time to experience the satisfaction of nutrient-dense pasture raised foods that nourish you and your family as well as the land the animals were raised on.

A few more details…

  • As you check out, select your desired delivery option or Farm Pickup.
  • Payments are made through our website with a card via Stripe or PayPal. Some orders will require a separate invoice to be sent (mainly bulk orders) where you will pay with a card or bank transfer.
  • The order total shown on your confirmation may not be your actual total due to differences in actual package weights.  As you checkout you will authorize a maximum amount that we will capture from when we assemble your order.

Delivery and Pickup Options

We offer three ways for you to receive your order.

Farm Pickup

Popular and Free of Charge

  • As you checkout, select “Farm Pickup” from the dropdown menu for your shipping option.
  • You will receive an email stating that your order is ready for pickup when your order has been assembled.
  • The address is 713 Colony Road, Chester, SC. Look for the large sign with our logo.
  • Pickup hours are:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 2pm
Closed Sunday and Wednesday

Home Delivery

Convenience at its best.

Now serving:

  • Greenville, SC
  • Spartanburg, SC
  • Columbia, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charlotte, NC,
  • Rock Hill, SC
  • Fort Mill, SC
  • And more!


Our farthest reach.

Now serving:

  • South Carolina (Areas not served by Home Delivery)
  • North Carolina (Areas not served by Home Delivery)
  • Georgia
  • Virginia
  • Tennessee
  • West Virginia
  • Florida
  • Alabama
  • And more!

Rest assured that our beef cattle never receive grain.

None of our animals receive any genetically modified organisms.

Unlike in the industry setting, all of our animals are rotated on pasture and are never confined.

Antibiotics are simply not needed as a general rule in a pasture setting.

When we honor the animals, they honor us in return by providing nutrient dense proteins that we can enjoy with peace of mind.