Organic Grass Fed Beef

Please Note: We have had to make some temporary adjustments to our business model.  Currently Seilern beef is available through Eat Local Grey Bruce.  Feel free to contact us, we are happy to connect you.



It is an honor to be working with Jen and Mathias at Seilern farms to provide you with great grass fed beef.  Jen, Mathias and their young family, have been farming in Kincardine since 2011.  Their produce organic mixed grains and grass fed Angus beef certified organic and biodynamic by EcoCert.  The hard working ideals of this couple can be seen taking root in their soil and community.

They have a passion for growing food that is as healthy for the environment as it is to eat.  Here is their description of their farming  practices.

“The crops and livestock are rotated around the farm providing biological diversity and a rest for the soil. All animal manure is composted and incorporated back into the soil providing fertility and a closed nutrient cycle. This is the recipe for healthy soil, the basis of all farm production. We feed the soil and, in turn, it feeds us and our customers healthy, tasty food.” (Mathias & Jen Seilern)

Despite being busy full time farmer, their work doesn’t stop at the edge of the field.  Jen and Mathias were one of the founders of Eat Local Grey Bruce.  This cooperative allows you to shop directly from the producers and have it delivered to your area. If you are looking for a small taste of Seilern beef I would encourage you to check out this service and all the other great local producer featured there.  For those of you who are looking for a larger quantity, you can contact us and we can help you place a bulk order.

Beef finished on grass creates a meat that has a lower overall fat content.  As well as a high concentration of healthy fats and an increased quantity of vitamins and minerals.  When compared to grain fed beef, grass fed is particularly high in Omega 3 fatty acids.  The same healthy fatty acids found in flax seed and fish that have been shown to be good for heart health. Grass fed beef has also been shown to be higher in vitamin E, vitamin A and conjugated linolinic acid.  Feeding cattle grain changes the pH of their stomach and alters the way that they absorb nutrients.  These changes directly translate into the nutrient content of the meat.  Keeping cattle on grass increases the nutrient content of the meat and enhances the flavour.

Check out this video on cover cropping at the Seilern Farm.

Grass Fed Beef Box Options

25lb Mixed box – $265- Includes a mix of steaks, roasts, ground and stew.
10lbs Ground Beef – $90

Grass fed Beef Bulk Prices

Quantity         Price      Deposit       Weight (approx.)
An Eighth         $6.15/lbs      $50                    80-95lbs
Split Quarter    $5.80/lbs      $100                    160-190lbs
By the Half       $5.60/lbs      $200                    320-380lbs

It’s important to us that these products are accessible to as many people as possible.  To be able to offer the best prices to you and our hardworking farmers, we always sell meat in bulk.  If you have never bought meat this way here are a few things you should know.

  • Prices are based on the dress weight of the animal and all cutting and wrapping cost are included.
  • About 35% is lost during cutting and wrapping.
  • You can expect a quarter of beef to take up about a 1/3 of a typical chest freezer.

All our meat is prepared just for you, so we require a deposit at the time of ordering. This will be deducted from your final bill.

All orders are cut to your specifications and we will contact you to walk you through your choices.  Your beef will be ready in 3 weeks.  At that time you can pick it up or we can deliver.  To place an order or if you have any questions please contact us, we love to hear from you.         

  • Sharing friends or family is a great way to take advantage of these bulk prices.
  • $20 to deliver to the local area.

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