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Foothill grass fed meats

At Sierra View Farms, our fresh, wholesome beef, chicken and pork is all prepared from animals that are raised in a low-stress, natural environment to maximize flavor and nutrition.

Our rich organic pastures are free from pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. And we never use hormones or antibiotics to ensure our meats are high in protein, vitamins and omega-3s, and low in fat and calories.

It's seems the natural way of things for us, taking care of our animals leads directly to a better tasting burger. Try it, you'll taste the difference too.


Why Choose Pastured / Grass fed Chickens, Beef and Pigs?


  • Grass fed meats are lower in fat and calories. They are full of extra Omega-3s the healthy fats that play a vital role in every cell and system in our bodies.
  • Grass fed meats balance out the essential fats in our diet. In today's western diet there is a gross imbalance of omega-3 and omega-6 leading to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and mental disorders.
  • Grass-fed meats are full of CLA "conjugated linoleic acid" known to be one of the most potent defenses against cancer.
  • Grass-fed meats are higher in Vitamin E, linked to lowering the risk of heart disease and cancer. The meats are rich in Vitamins A, beta-carotene, vitamin C, protein, and the list continues to go on.

Our Farms

Grassfed Beef

Our cattle are out of registered Angus stock and have been raised and selected by us for almost 20 years. We buy top rated...

Grassfed Pigs

Our pigs are raised on site without farrowing crates. We use Heritage breeds like Large Black, Tamworth, and Berkshire...

Grassfed Chickens

We rasie a small number of Heritage breed chickens. They are raised on grass, a commercial feed, whole grains, and sprouted...

News & Recipes

4 (12-ounce) New York or Ribeye Steaks 1/3 cup Italian-style breadcrumbs  3 tablespoons finely chopped toasted...
Today, I headed down to Foothill Grassfed Meats in Snelling, CA to pick up a half of hog and several chicken.  We originally...