Angus (or Aberdeen Angus) is the name of a breed of small, hornless, beef cattle, native to the counties of Aberdeenshire and Angus in northeastern Scotland. A black Angus steer gets its Angus designation (phenotype), when its hide is at least 51% or more black in color. Angus cattle were first introduced in the United States in 1873, where the breed has spread widely.
Angus beef is marketed to manufacturers, grocery stores, restaurants, and consumers and is the most popular breed of beef cattle in the United States. Most people agree that the marbling (the amount of intramuscular fat) in beef improves the flavor and tenderness. The marbling also keeps the meat moist, when cooking at higher temperatures. Angus beef develops with better marbling - better than most other cattle breeds and why it is the most sought after.
Our Angus beef is natural containing no growth hormones and finished to provide maximized marbling, texture and taste. We work with our local butcher to age our beef, in order to ensure the best flavor possible. We invite you to join our rapidly growing customer base and hope you will enjoy our unique Angus beef offerings.