Hay Mama beef comes from cattle who spend their lives grazing on the - very literally - sweet grass of Sweet Grass County. We believe there’s something in this grass, along with of course breeding techniques and other variables, that ultimately makes our product unique. We challenge you to have one of our burgers and not feel like you’ve had a beef epiphany.
Our cattle are Black Angus crossed with Simmental, which yields a good-sized animal that is able to thrive in the often harsh Montana winters. They graze freely over thousands of acres of grassland, and spend their entire lives roaming the hillsides as they grow to full size over two and a half years.
While the cattle benefit from eating healthfully outdoors, we humans also benefit from their diet. Research shows that grass-fed beef has higher levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, whose various benefits include reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke and helping with of hypertension issues.
Our cattle share their pastures at the base of the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains with abundant herds of elk, deer and antelope, as well as healthy populations of dozens of different bird species. Beyond benefiting our cattle, a grazing lifestyle also produces healthy habitats for grassland bird species. Taking over the grazing duties once performed by bison, cattle also are an essential management tool for the prairie as they eat invasive plants and create the necessary earth disturbance that helps grasslands thrive.
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