Ever wonder how our beef marbling is graded?

What is Marbling? Marbling is the measure of the amount of pure white fat distributed among the lean muscle.

How is it measured? Inspectors grade primarily based on the age of the cow, and on the amount of marbling measured between the 12th and 13th rib.

What type of beef do I buy at the Supermarket? Most of the beef purchased from the supermarket is labeled Choice, this provides slight to moderate marbling.

How does our beef compare? Our beef is USDA inspected, 100% Registered Black Angus Beef bred specifically for flavorful, higher marbling tenderness

Where can I get this great beef? Right here at your local farm to table supplier, Pleasant Grove Farms! To place your order or for additional details contact T. Van Davenport at 843.222.8153 or email tvandavenport@hbsprings.com, or, pgf.angus.sales@gmail.com.

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