30 Years Certified Organic
100 % Grass Fed Beef
We are a 500 acre family owned certified organic farm which is operated by Lincoln, Shelly, and Toby Clark. We raise grassfed beef and all their hay and pasture. Our cattle recieve no antibiotics, hormones, or grain; only pasture and our hay. They are raised here from birth on our farm and are available to you as quarters, halves, and whole beef. We take reservations for custom processeed beef anytime for various availability dates throughout the year. Your carefully processed, clear wrapped, and labeled beef is then available for pickup from a nearby processor. You can be sure that our 100% grassfed beef is of the highest quality you will find anywhere.
|Michiana's only certified organic farm raising grassfed beef|
|500 acres totally free of any pesticide and synthetic|
fertilizer use since 1978.
100's of acres devoted to the organic production of legumes, hay and pasture, along with a 100 head cattle herd.
|Beef is custom processed locally, clear wrapped, and labeled specifically for you.|
|No parasiticides, antibiotics, hormones or growth regulators, insecticides, or herbicides are used.|
|Renew America national sustainability awards to Roseland|
Organic Farms since 1990.
John Clark (1938-2006), Ph.D., biochemistry, University of California; Worked as a postdoctoral fellow and research associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; taught at the University of Notre Dame. Research associate at Miles Laboratories, Elkhart, In. John borrows his research, biological and chemistry know-how from university/research background to provide solid footing to the operation of this large, diverse and all-organic farm.
Merrill Clark, journalist, former Chairperson for Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance; member of charter National Organic Standards Board (USDA), 1992-1996; member of Michigan Organic Advisory Committee (Michigan Department of Agriculture).
Lincoln and Shelly Clark along with their children Emily, Landon, and Grace (Managers)
Toby Clark (co-manager) keeps a handle on a major portion of the cattle (cow/calf) herd at his farm/pastures just outside the Village of Cassopolis on M-60. He also concentrates on hay cutting and baling, for organic feed for the cattle throughout the winter.
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