Century Harvest Farms Grass-fed Beef Salami

Sustainability

Century Harvest Farms is the solution to a problem our world is facing. That problem is the linear flow of materials. As of now, materials are mined, processed, manufactured into products, consumed, and then buried in a landfill. This process is not sustainable, and the rising costs of energy, materials, labor, and living are leading to the total destruction of independence and prosperity. So, how do we change this linear flow of materials? The answer is by supporting innovative local farms just like ours. Please enjoy our product often with friends and family. Cheers to your health!

For Our Health

The bovine digestion system is a marvel of nature’s engineering, and here is what it accomplishes. Grass transforms energy from the sun into carbohydrates, and cattle transform these carbohydrates into protein that we can eat. However, why are the carbohydrates found in grasses and legumes different than those found in corn and soybean meal? The answer is simple: cattle have adapted to break down the complex carbohydrates in grass far better than the simple sugars in high-energy, corn based feedlot rations. So, cattle raised on pasture have far less total fat and virtually no saturated fat.

Also, cattle that eat grass on pasture have meat richer in omega-3 fatty acids, which have been proven to reduce the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease. Furthermore, unlike feedlot beef, grass-fed beef contains conjugated linoleic acid which has been shown to reduce the risks of heart disease and cancer and helps people with weight management by reducing total body fat. And finally, cattle raised on pasture have meat that is richer in antioxidant vitamins and higher in healthy carotenoids like beta-carotene.

For Our Community

Many are content to rely on our government to maintain and protect the safety and security of our food supply. Without delving to deeply into politics, we do not feel that the government is capable of managing the safety and security of our food supply. Tax dollars must funnel their way through complex bureaucracies before they actually reach the workers who are inspecting our food.

We would prefer to visit the farms and the families that grow our food and see for ourselves if their production methods are sound and their food is healthy. We prefer to buy locally from people that take pride in their craft and that will stand behind what they have produced; just like we do. Join us, and be your own food inspector. Take responsibility for the care and maintenance of your own food supply.

For Our Economy

Buying local grass-fed beef may not seem like a revolutionary act, but it is. In fact, buying local food is one of the best things you can do eliminate the exportation of American dollars to oil-producing nations. Instead of using revenues to purchase synthetic fertilizers made from the byproducts of petrochemical refinement, we put your food dollars right back into the soil by composting. Buying local grass-fed beef a terrific way to increase the health, wealth, and independence of your local economy.