Pasture Perfect Beef
Grove City, PA
John and Judy Ligo raise Angus and Scottish Highland cattle on their 1200-acre farm in Grove City, PA, just an hour north of Pittsburgh. The cattle graze naturally in pastures as long as the weather permits and are never given hormones or subtherapeutic antibiotics. They breed Scottish Highland cows with Angus stock to increase genetic diversity in their herd and ultimately breed a healthier animal. To better enhance the flavors and marbling of the meat, the pasture diet is supplemented with non-GMO corn that they grow in their own fields.
What They Raise
• grass-fed beef
How They Do It
• raised on pasture, grass-fed
• fed some grain grown on farm (non-GMO and no till) and fermented
• no hormones or subtherapeutic antibiotics
• no tail-docking
For more information about Pasture Perfect Beef, visit their website at www.pastureperfectbeef.net.