Hold fast your ancient way...
Our Highland Cattle graze on acres of pasture. A restored tall-grasss prairie and wetlands are home to an abundance of wildlife. Where corn once stood, prairie grasses wave in the breeze and the sounds of waterfowl fill the air.
Our registered Highland cattle are raised naturally, on our sustainable family farm without growth hormones or antibiotics in their feed. The cattle are free to roam our lush pastures, directly harvesting the sun's energy to produce lean, flavorful, grass fed beef. Small amounts of grain are added to the steers' diet to increase marbling in the meat. As members of the Quality Highland Beef Program, our steers are processed at the age of 14 - 36 months, and the meat is allowed to age for a minimum of 14 days (we prefer 21 days). Our meat is available by individual cuts. Please contact us for a current price list at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866 883 4775 (toll free).
We are excited to have some of our beef cuts available through Heritage Foods USA www.heritagefoodsusa.com. Heritage Foods USA was formed in 2001 as the sales and marketing arm for Slow Food USA, a non-profit organization founded by Patrick Martins and dedicated to celebrating regional cuisines and products.
Fountain Prairie Farms dry-aged beef is also available at these restaurants in the Madison area:
Nitty Gritty www.nittygrittybirthdayplace.com
Brasserie V www.brasseriev.com
Bradbury's Coffee www.bradburyscoffee.com
Dayton Street Grille and The Bar both located in The Madison Concourse Hotel www.concoursehotel.com/dining/
Madison Sourdough http://www.madisonsourdough.com/
Graze Gastropub http://www.grazepub.com/
Promega's Bio Bistro
The Victory http://www.thevictorymadison.com/
Outside of Madison look for our meat at:
Braise on the Go RSA (Restaurant Supported Agriculture) http://www.braiseculinaryschool.com/
Look for us at the Dane County Farmers' Market every Saturday from late April to early November on Carroll Street in Madison, across from the Grace Episcopal Church. Please check the Dane County Farmers' Market website (www.dcfm.org) for the location of the Winter Farmers' Market . We've proudly sold our products at the Market since 1987. Orders can also be picked up directly at the farm.