Stock up for the Fall and Winter with a quarter or half side of heritage Highland beef from Dundonald Highlands, available on a first-come, first-served basis and while supplies last. The Dundonald Highland steers are raised primarily on pasture and without growth hormones or prophylactic antibiotics. The quarters and halves will be sold mixed, giving you a nice assortment of steaks, roasts, burger, and offal from the entire beef. The meat will receive between 14 and 21 days of dry aging which further enhances the quality of its flavor and tenderness. This Autumn and Winter, enjoy all the romance of heritage meats–and for a fraction of the cost!–with beef that rivals that of the country’s finest steakhouses.
Orders will be pick-up by the customer in Bryon Center, MI, or–for shipping options–please contact Duba & Company.
To Order or for More Information
For more information or to inquire about placing an order: please contact Duba & Company.
Highland cattle is one of Britain’s oldest cattle breeds, world-renowned for making excellent beef. In fact, the British Royal Family keeps a herd/”fold” of Highlands at Balmoral Castle. It is a breed that developed over hundreds of years in the northern regions of the Scottish Highlands, a land of rugged terrain and harsh conditions. It is both a hearty and docile breed, like the people who come from that land, people who have been described somewhere as “poet-warriors”.