Grass Finished Beef

Pin to Point grows beef the way it was intended! They are raised humanely on natural grains and forages without the use of growth hormones. The cattle freely graze on pastures around southern Alberta.

Sold In half or quarter sides of beef. 

Order early for the BBQ season!

  • Home Raised
  • Hormone and Steroid Free
  • Direct from the Pasture to your Plate
  • 100% Satisfaction
  • Full Customizable Orders
  • Aged a Minimum of 21 Days


Grass fed beef is not only lower in overall fat and saturated fat but it has added advantage of providing more omega 3 fatty acids. These healthy fats are also commonly plentiful in flax seeds, fish, walnuts and soybeans.

Grass fed beef has the same amount of fat as skinless chicken, wild deer, or elk

Lean meat actually helps to lower your LDL cholesterol levels (“Bad” Cholesterol)

There is up to 6X more Omega 3 fatty acids in grass fed then grain fed beef

Meat from grass fed beef is the richest known source of “Conjugated linoleic acid” or CLA which is the most potent defense against Cancer.

Grass fed beef has 4X more Vitamin E then grain fed beef.

The cattle at Pin to Point Gelbvieh graze on lush green pastures that are free from the use of chemicals. Our primary focus of our purebred business is to produce top quality genetics and as such we do not believe in the use of growth hormones.  When finishing our cattle we only use natural grains and forages. Pin to Point Beef provides a naturally wholesome, tender and flavorful option to buyers. It provides the consumer with a consistent dining experience every time whether it is a steak on a BBQ or a juicy prime rib oven roast.

With the local super markets charging  in excess of $5.25/lb we provide not only a controlled, safe and consistent product, but a product that all buyers can afford. We feel that everyone should be able to enjoy some of the best beef in the world and feel it should be affordable to every customer. If you would like to know more please feel free to contact us!

Pin to Point Beef is processed by Red Deer Lake Meats