Grass Fed Beef in Massachusetts

When it comes to buying meat for dinner, an upcoming party, or a special event, you want the best there is. If beef is on your menu, make sure that you don’t settle for second best and go with grass fed beef from our farm.

What Makes Us Different?

At Kalon Farm in Massachusetts, there are several things that set our operations and processes apart. These include some of the following:

  • We are truly passionate about farming as well as the animals and products that contribute to our farm.
  • The name Kalon Farm, which derives from “beautiful” in Greek, resonates with how we feel about farming and providing quality meat products to those in our local community.
  • All of our cows are raised on an extensive, open pasture that promotes grazing.

We also have a long history of farming and producing delicious, naturally-raised beef. In the past few years, our farm has grown from 50 acres to over 150 acres, all surrounding the same location. In addition to this acreage, we also own 75 acres in two towns located nearby. We care about preserving this land and using it to maintain a farm that is animal-friendly.

Eat More Grass Fed Beef

Grass feeding cows is a practice that allows these magnificent animals to graze in a pasture throughout the duration of the entire year. This practice is different from modern-day farming techniques because our cows are not fed a processed diet for a large majority of their life. When cows are grass fed, the quality of the meat they produce is tender, flavorful, and delicious. It is also leaner and rich in omega-3 fatty acids, making it a healthy option for whoever consumes it.

Additionally, purchasing beef that has been produced by grass fed cows supports local farming and operations like ours. At Kalon Farm, we hope that you enjoy our delicious meats and are confident that you will benefit from putting grass fed beef on your table tonight.

Our Grass Fed Beef Products

  • Tenderloin/Filet
  • Tenderloin/Filet on the Bone
  • Prime Rib Roast
  • Rib Eye On the Bone
  • Delmonico/Boneless Rib Eye
  • Porterhouse steak
  • T-bone steak
  • Short cut rump
  • Rump Steak
  • Sirloin tips/Steak Tips
  • Eye round roast
  • Eye Round Steak
  • N.Y. Sirloin steak
  • Strip Steak (Sirloin on The Bone)
  • Strip Steak/Boneless
  • Flank steak/skirt
  • Top round roast
  • Brisket
  • Chuck Roast
  • Shank
  • Bottom Round Roast
  • Top Round Steak
  • Cube Steak
  • Stew Meat
  • London broil
  • Face rump roast
  • Short ribs
  • Kabob
  • Sausage Link
  • Ground beef
  • Burger Patty
  • Soup Bones
  • Suet
  • Dog Bones
  • Organ Meats