Welcome to Our Farm - Voegeli Natural Beef
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Many customers like to know about the company and the people behind the products they buy. The Voegeli Family has been farming and providing top quality products since 1913 in the Cincinnati tri-state area. In the early years we provided all kinds of vegetables, berries, fruits, livestock, eggs and blacksmith services. The blacksmith services ended with the coming of the auto and the end of local farmers using horses. However, horses were used on the farm until the late 1940's. As the years passed, the farm changed to meet the consumer buying habit as large grocery stores came on the scene. During the period of 1950 through 1980, vegetables, fruits and hay were the primary items the farm provided. In the late 1960's and 70's Christmas trees were added to the list. By the end of the 20th century (1980's and 90's) fruit and hay became the main crops.
Starting the 21st century our goal is to provide you with good quality, healthy, grass finished beef and at the same time doing our share of taking care of the environment. A lot has changed in three generations, but one thing remains the same, providing you with top quality food with an eye on the environment.
In 1994 we moved to Milan, Indiana. The first year we worked on improving our grass quality and began putting up fence. The second year we purchased two animals. Since then, we have increased our herd and can now handle 12 to 20 cattle on our pastures, depending on the weather. Keeping our grass quality high is very important to our process of rotational grazing. We work very hard bringing our beef to you.
Check out the research concerning the health benefits of grass finished beef. Our Grass Finished Beef does not have the additives that other beef has and in some cases so called organic fail short of that goal.
Voegeli Natural Beef contains no artificial ingredients such as coloring, flavorings, preservatives, growth hormones and is fed/finished on fresh grass.