Posts tagged #healthy

Grass-Fed Macho Taco Burgers

Time for Dinner: Grass-Fed Macho Taco Burgers

It's time for dinner and I am craving grass-fed beef tacos, but my husband wants burgers and my kids want cheese. For dinner. Quite the dilemma. So instead of making three separate meals because seriously, who has time for that, we mashed all of our cravings together as shown in the recipe below and I would like to call it the "Macho Taco Burger". I guess you could technically use store bought or grain fed ground to make the same recipe, but there are major, life altering reasons why my family chooses 100% grass-fed meat. I realize we live on the farm and of course we would buy our own meat, not to mention that it is the most delicious beef I have ever had, but that is only a tiny reason why we do.

Our family eats A LOT of ground. I mean, when I bust out a steak, the creatures of my household think we are having "fancy dinner". Plus, my almost 2 year old can't chew steak yet, so ground it is. We have to be super creative in order for meals not to get boring. The thing I really love about grass-fed ground versus grain fed or whatever else they feed cows in feedlots, is that I know my family is eating clean food. I know there aren't any added hormones that are going to make my daughters "bloom" too early or antibiotics that may travel into our bodies. I know exactly what grasses the animals graze on and that the grasses are not genetically modified. I know that BECAUSE we are on the farm and see the process every day. I know the work it takes to invest in a business that doesn't cut corners and a family that cares about the health of people everywhere.

I want to support my family's health, farmers who farm the right way, and my taste buds because, let's face it, they control everything. Check it...


  • 1 pound BF Farms' grass-fed beef
  • 1 egg per burger
  • Avocado slices
  • Tomato slices
  • Bacon
  • Goat cheese crumbles
  • Burger buns
  • 1 TBS Cumin
  • 1 TS Chili Powder
  • 1 TS Garlic Powder
  • Salt and Pepper


  1. Chop tomatoes and slice avocados and set aside.
  2. Mix spices in with the ground beef. Knead with hands and create patties.
  3. Pull out a medium and a large skillet. In the large skillet, cook the beef patties on medium heat.
  4. At the same time- if you can -in the medium skillet, cook bacon on medium-low. Remove bacon. DO NOT DRAIN. Crack eggs over pan and fry eggs in the bacon grease, splashing grease onto the tops of the eggs. Remove eggs.
  5. Put all of the ingredients together and DEVOUR!


BF-Farms, LLC, Oklahoma's source for 100% grass-fed beef and lamb.

Customer Hall of Fame

The Weatherford's

We would like to introduce The Weatherford family to our "Customer Hall of Fame"! We have been so blessed by the overwhelming feedback from our customers on the taste of our grass-fed meat and how much the history of our farm means to them. We value every amount of feedback given. The thing is, we don't want to keep these wonderful comments to ourselves. We want to share them along with the faces they came from with everyone and thus, created the "Customer Hall of Fame".

Each month, we would like to feature one of our customers on the blog, on Facebook, or through our newsletter sharing about their BF Farms experience! This month, we have chosen Adam and Sarah Weatherford, along with their sweet girls. Here is what they have to say:


1. Why have you decided to choose grass-fed meat for you and your family?

We want to know what we are eating and to know that what is going in our bodies is healthy and tastes good!

2. What is your favorite meal to make with BF Farms' grass-fed meat?

Chili and tacos.

3. What is your favorite thing about BF Farms?

The people. Also, that I know we can trust them and product is great!


BF-Farms, LLC, Oklahoma's source for 100% grass-fed beef and lamb.

Posted on March 16, 2016 and filed under Grass-Fed Beef, General Topics.

Calving Season

Calving Season on the Farm

It's calving season on the farm, which means there are babies popping up everywhere! Along with making sure the calves are nursing well, we also make sure the mamas have the nutrients they need to pass on to their babies. Right now, they are receiving high quality grasses such as prairie hay, buffalo grass, and crab grass. We will move them to different pastures to meet the needs of their diet at any given time.

This week we brought some cattle in to be pregnancy tested. These cows have been in the pasture with a couple of bulls for a few months now. First, we pull the bulls out of the group. Then we test the cows for pregnancy. Once we get the results back, we will separate the ones who are pregnant from the ones who are not and prepare for the next calving season.

The process is pretty simple. We draw a small amount of blood from the base of the tail and send them on their way!

BF-Farms, LLC, Oklahoma's source for 100% grass-fed beef and lamb.

Grass-Fed Lamb Chops

Grass-Fed Lamb Chops with Beer Gravy

This recipe for grass-fed lamb chops with beer gravy comes from one of our very dear lamb customers, Keyton Williams. Thank you, Keyton, for passing on this mouth watering recipe! We love to hear how our grass-fed customers are cooking their meat and what their favorite recipes are. If you have a recipe to share, please let us know!


  • 2 Grass-Fed Lamb Chops
  • Soy Sauce
  • Salt
  • Black Pepper
  • Sage
  • 1 TBS Butter
  • 1 Cup Dark Beer
  • 1/4 Cup Beef Broth
  • 1/2 TS Flour


Take two lamb chops and sprinkle with a very light amount of soy sauce to enhances meat flavor. Add pepper and braise them in a pan for the juices - About 5 minutes each side on medium heat.

Put the chops in the oven and let them bake for 20 minutes on 350 degrees. "I also love to put the chops in a pressure cooker and cook them that way, the meat LITERALLY falls off the bone and is SO tender delicious."

While the chops are in the oven, put 1 TBSP of butter in a small sauce pan and let it slightly brown for flavor. Add 1 cup of your favorite dark beer. "Any dark beer works, I personally love a good dark that has coffee notes in it, it really brings out the lamb flavor." Place it in the small sauce pan along with the drippings and 1/4 cup of beef broth to cut the beer and add flavor. Warm to medium heat.

Add about a 1/2 teaspoon of flour to thicken.

Add a pinch of sage, salt, and pepper to taste. Let it simmer until the chops are done, out of the oven, and plated. 

Pour the gravy over the chops and BAM, Lamb Chops doused in delicious Beer Gravy!

BF-Farms, LLC, Oklahoma's source for 100% grass-fed beef and lamb.