Everything we do at Belcampo is in service of one goal: to bring you the best meat. The goodness you taste in our meat is a direct result of our care and commitment to the health of our animals and our environment. Click here
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Belcampo produces the best meat possible by going back to basics. We take care of our soil and pasture. We raise healthy, happy animals. We process the meat ourselves and serve it directly to our customers. We believe that it’s possible to produce better tasting, higher quality meat in a way that’s sustainable and healthy for our customers and the land we share.
At Belcampo, soil is one of our most important resources, second only to water. That’s why we do everything we can to build deeper, healthier and more sustainable soils. We pasture multiple species and grow diverse plants, mimicking the natural environment, which helps us create a system that will regenerate on its own to provide a healthy place for our animals to roam.
The quality of meat and its flavor is tied directly to what they eat. By growing a diverse range of grasses, grains and legumes we ensure that our animals have the vitamins and minerals they need. We rotate our animals on a daily basis, and the diversity of species we graze on pasture helps to create a full-circle ecosystem that provides the very best food for all of our animals.
We’ve gone back to the traditional ways of farming for good reason: When an animal has good food, clean water, free range, and fresh air, it thrives. And like our ancestors, we raise a diverse range of animals to keep our pasture and soil robust and healthy. We truly care for our animals and work tirelessly to provide the very best life possible we can for them.
We own and operate our own processing facility, which is located just minutes from our farm headquarters. It features pens based on designs by Temple Grandin, the nation’s premier humane handling expert, to ensure we always handle the animals humanely. We use old-fashioned butchery methods to prepare our meat—by hand, not machine—and we age it longer than conventional facilities so it can develop the fullest expression if its flavor.
As passionate as we are about producing our meat, we are just as committed to making sure our customers have a great experience buying it. Every butcher and server you meet in our retail stores and restaurants has deep knowledge of the product. They love sharing cooking advice or offering a menu suggestion that will ensure you enjoy eating our meat as much as we do providing it for you.