From her farm to your table.

From her farm to your table.

Overlook Farm Grass-fed Beef.

Compared to grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef is lower in calories and fat, yet much higher in Omega-3 fatty acids (even as much as wild salmon) and has a healthy ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6 fatty acids (a big problem with supermarket meat). It is also much higher in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), proven to build muscle, reduce body fat, and induce an optimum cellular environment for improved health. Grass-fed beef also gives you more vitamins, including three to six times more Vitamin E than grain-fed beef and a number of antioxidants including lutein, zeaxanthin, and beta-carotein. A grass-fed steak has about the same amount of fat as a chicken breast (if you are concerned with fat) and a better Omega-3 profile. It has less cholesterol and 4 times more CLA than chicken. 

Our cows are raised following organic practices, without antibiotics or added

 hormones.

Quarter Beef You will get approximately 100-110 pounds of grass-fed beef. It is 25% of a whole beef, so your quarter will include all types of cuts including steaks, ground beef, roasts, and more.  Half Beef You will get approximately 200-210 pounds of grass-fed beef. It is 50% of a whole beef, so your half will include all types of cuts including steaks, ground beef, roasts, and more. This is an amazing value for high quality beef. Whole Beef Take home a 100% grass-fed, cow from Overlook Farm. It is the healthiest, tastiest beef you can buy, and is a fantastic value when bought in this quantity. All beef orders can be picked up at Overlook Farm located in Clarksville, Mo. Email meat@overlookfarmmo.com for more information. Turkeys, Ducks and Chicken are Available Now. To place your order call 573.242.3838 Pork and Lamb available soon.                  

Quarter Beef

You will get approximately 100-110 pounds of grass-fed beef. It is 25% of a whole beef, so your quarter will include all types of cuts including steaks, ground beef, roasts, and more.

 Half Beef

You will get approximately 200-210 pounds of grass-fed beef. It is 50% of a whole beef, so your half will include all types of cuts including steaks, ground beef, roasts, and more. This is an amazing value for high quality beef.

Whole Beef

Take home a 100% grass-fed, cow from Overlook Farm. It is the healthiest, tastiest beef you can buy, and is a fantastic value when bought in this quantity.

All beef orders can be picked up at Overlook Farm located in Clarksville, Mo.

Email meat@overlookfarmmo.com for more information.

Turkeys, Ducks and Chicken are Available Now.

To place your order call 573.242.3838

Pork and Lamb available soon.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overlook Farm Turkey

Overlook Farm Turkeys are raised on healthful grains and allowed to roam.. Their high-protein diet provides the optimal amount of nutrients for the turkey to grow into bigger and more flavorful turkeys than those typically found at the supermarket.

Call the office for more information, limited amount available.

Free-Range
Gmo Free
Fed a Vegetarian Diet
Gluten-Free
No Antibiotics EVER
No Preservatives
No Added Hormones
Raised in Clarksville, MO.

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The importance of knowing from where your food comes.

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National Steak and Poultry Recalls Ready-To-Eat Chicken That May Be Undercooked

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USDA Proposes Revisions to Nutritional Fact Panel for Meat and Poultry Products

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Wayne Farms LLC. Recalls Ready-To-Eat Chicken Breast Products That May Be Undercooked.

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National Steak and Poultry Recalls Food Service Ready-To-Eat Chicken That May Be Undercooked.

http://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/recalls-and-public-health-alerts/recall-case-archive/archive/2016/recall-115-2016-release