Proud to Be 100% Sustainably Sourced
The team at Steve’s PaleoGoods is committed to using the highest quality products, as close to their natural state as we can get! We hope you enjoy the delicious beef used to make PaleoJerky and PaleoStix, from our suppliers below:
Their Angus cattle are never given hormones or antibiotics, are always humanely handled, given natural feed rations, such as pasture grass, hay, grains and legumes, and 100% of their cattle can be source and age-verified back to their ranch of origin. All of the livestock are born, raised, fed and processed solely in the USA.
For more information about Meyer Natural Angus, their “Humanely Handled Program” or to learn about their family of ranchers, Click here.
Situated right outside of Denver, Colorado, Red Bird Farms is a privately held family company that has been under the same ownership for over 20 years. Family values are the center of Red Bird's philosophy for a successful business.
The Plymouth Rock breed of chickens at Red Bird spend their days roaming spacious barns with unlimited access to feed and water. They are never given antibiotics or hormones and are never fed animal byproducts. No factory-farming techniques here.
Learn more about Red Bird Farms here.
They are fiercely committed to the well being of their animals and the quality of the meat they provide to their customers. They honor that commitment by treating their animals with dignity and respect from the day they are born throughout their lives, including the day they are slaughtered.
For more information about White Oak Pastures, their farming practices and their commitment to sustainable land stewardship and humane animal stockmanship, click here.
Silver Fern Farms keeps a sacred promise of freshness, tenderness and great taste, naturally. Their animals are reared as nature intended on the lush, green pastures of free-range farms in New Zealand. Silver Fern Farms’ lamb, beef and venison are grass-fed and raised with care. Learn more about Silver Fern Farms commitment to the highest levels of food safety and humane animal treatment click here.