$4/lb and up
Current beef cuts available can be found by clicking the Order Beef button below. We have lean beef from our longhorns and fattier beef from our Wagyu crosses and Dexters. They are grass-fed, free-ranging cows.
LAMB AND SHEEP
$11/lb and up
Current lamb and sheep cuts available can be found by clicking the Order Lamb button below. Our sheep are Katahdin and Dorper. The age of harvesting is noted on each cut. They are grass-fed, free-ranging sheep.
HOW DO YOU COOK LONGHORN BEEF?
Since Longhorn Beef is lean, it will cook 30-50% faster than an angus steak. If you overcook the meat, it will become tough. Medium rare, or a light pink, is the most 'done' we recommend cooking our Longhorn. Here are some recommended recipes.
WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT LONGHORN BEEF?
Longhorn beef is very lean. This makes it a heart healthy option for those looking for ways to be more thoughtful on their calorie, fat, and cholesterol intake. See the study below done by Texas A&M.
The cows at Good Enough Ranch are different breeds including Longhorn, Dexter, and Wagyu crosses. Our Sheep are Katahdin and Dorper hair sheep. They are all excellent at foraging for their own food and are moved from pasture to pasture every 3 days. They are currently grass fed and only receive feed as treats and hay as supplemental forage based on the weather. They are not given any steroids or medication.