Myer Springdell Farm…pasture raised beef
Located on 30 picturesque acres of unspoiled farmland in the heart of Lancaster County, Myer Springdell Farm is your local source for USDA-inspected, pasture-raised beef.
If you appreciate the tasty and tender qualities of grass-fed beef and if you prefer to eat meat without hormones or antibiotics, then you will thrill with your every field-to-table purchase from this unique hidden gem.
Family owned & operated, Myer Springdell Farm raises their beef cattle naturally, over a 2½ year process, from birth to finish. Owners Paul & Angie Myer insist on raising their cattle for this entire length of time, ensuring the healthy of each animal.
Myer SpringDell Farm dry ages its beef for 14 days before it is custom cut, vacuum packed, and flash frozen. Purchases of beef are available for purchase at Meck’s Produce Roadside Market and through special orders that are available through pick-up or local delivery. Monthly bundles are also available.
Myer Springdell Farm
1955 Beaver Valley Pike
Strasburg, PA 17579
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Myer Springdell Farm’s rotational grazing practices protect pastures from being trampled down, which ensures their cattle have enough grass for weight gain.
In addition to customized orders, Myer Springdell Farm Beef is always available for purchase at Meck’s Produce Roadside Farm Market, open Monday – Friday 8am until 6pm and Saturday 8am until 4pm…Click HERE for directions.
There are many reasons why pasture raised beef is beneficial…first off, because of the increased levels of Vitamins A, B, C, E, & beta carotene in the meat. Mineral amounts are higher in grass fed cattle, and there are higher levels of omega-3’s and other “good fats” such as CLA. Additionally, pastured raised beef offers quite a few fatty acids missing in the Standard American Diet(SAD)…..for example, conjugated linoleum acid and aracondic acid. That’s just the beginning of the story when it comes to the many benefits of consuming beef from grass fed cows, which are found to be more disease-free than their companion grain fed cows.