Post Office Box 309
3118 N. Weaver Rd.
Fairview, MI, Michigan 48621
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Our goal is to promote healthful foods that are a direct result of sustainable farming practices. Our Producers have the knowledge, ability and willingness to raise livestock without the use of growth hormones and antibiotics, plus biologically harmful fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides are used at a minimum.
Use of antibiotics and growth hormones/implants is prohibited. During winter/confinement feeding animals may be fed on concrete/stone lots as long as the animals have access to roam freely outside the feeding area. Pasture and forages (hay and silage) should make up at least 80% of the diet for cattle and sheep. Non-GMO feeds will be used whenever possible.
100% Grass Fed beef is also available.
A believer in thinking globally, but acting locally, Tom Trimmer founded Pampered Beef in 1999 on the notion that the best beef is from cattle grown locally. Tom was born in Fenton, Michigan, and his father brought him "up north" on many hunting and fishing trips as a kid. Tom experienced the beauty and appeal of northern Michigan during these excursions. Drawn to the Oscoda County area, Tom became a resident when he was 21 years old. Always an outdoorsman and animal lover, Tom has lived in northern Michigan for over 40 years. As a Spartan, Tom earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Fisheries and Wildlife and a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Husbandry from Michigan State University. Active in the community, Tom served as an Oscoda County Commissioner for two terms. He also spent his career assisting local businesses, farmers, and rural residents by writing USDA loans and grants. Over the years, he has carefully and attentively tended Pampered Beef, receiving orders for his products as far away as Virginia and Florida. Visitors are always welcome to Tom's farm, where you may find him out with the horses, training his dogs, or pampering your beef.
Other local supplier: www.whisperingpineranch.com
- Grass Fed
- Grass Fed/Pasture Raised
- Rotational Grazing