Local Free Range Beef - Grain-Finished - Hormone-Free
Local Free Range Beef * Grain-Finished * Hormone Free
Remington-Lott Farms is a family owned business located in Canton, Mississippi. We take pride in implementing a bunker-fed program where pasture raised cattle have the best of both worlds. Our beef are grass fed and grain finished, with no hormones. That means they graze and eat hay grown locally, being finished on grain while still living on the pasture.
Our beef is dry-aged for a minimum of 14 days to maximize flavor and the tenderness of our beef. Dry aging changes beef by allowing moisture to evaporate from the muscle, making it more tender and resulting in a more flavorful taste. Due to the expensive nature of this process, this type of beef is normally only served in high-end steakhouses and restaurants. Most beef found in the grocery store has been wet-aged which is a much quicker and cheaper process. Wet-aged is normally completed within the first few days, there is little to no moisture loss, which leads to a higher weight and higher value at the market, at the expense of less flavor.
At Remington-Lott we are proud to be able to provide you with high-quality, dry-aged beef from our farm to your table that is both delicious and affordable. Unlike the grocery who buys third-party and is focused on buying cheaply and moving large quantities at big margins, WE ARE THE PRODUCER - our focus is on one product: beef, and producing it in a healthy, quality manner. What does that mean? It means we have control over the entire process "from conception to consumption" and can provide the highest quality to you without making it cost-prohibitive.
Free-Range Supplemental Finished Beef vs Grass-Fed Beef?
Who is Remington-Lott Farms?
We are a local farm that believes that our consumers truly desire to know where their beef is coming from, to step back to a time when food was more pure and bring the FARM back to the TABLE for their family. So... we help them do just that.
Our cattle are born and raised on our farm in Madison County, that’s why we use the phrase, from “Conception to Consumption.”
The Difference: Local, Responsible Farming - Know How Your Beef Is Raised and Readied For Your Table