Georgia’s First USDA Certified Organic Beef

Georgia Grown for Georgia Families

 
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Welcome to the farm

Thousand Hills Ranch practices regenerative and sustainable agriculture. We do not use chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides on our pastures. We rotate our cattle through our pastures to naturally improve the soil biodiversity which in turn increases the natural nutritive benefits of our forages for our livestock.

Our cattle are humanely raised and handled per animal health and welfare standards and have unrestricted access to healthy pastures and pure well water year-round. We focus on good stewardship for our land, our animals, and our customers. Come visit us!

Sincerely,

Ivan & Wanda Minks

 
 
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We are Certified!

Georgia’s First Organic Beef

Certified organic products have strict production requirements and are produced under approved methods of the National Organic Program as determined by the National Organic Standards Board. USDA Organic labeling can only be used by producers who have been inspected and certified to carry the label. USDA Organic means a cleaner, healthier beef!

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Is Organic Beef a New Concept?

The Answer is “NO.”

Organic beef, historically speaking, is not a new concept. Today’s organic beef is simply returning to the legacy of naturally raising cattle on clean pastures without the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, antibiotics, growth hormones, and other artificial or chemical substances, then processing them in clean facilities that do not use banned chemical cleaners or after other non-organic cattle have been processed. 

 
 

 
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