If you are what you eat, then healthy cattle are essential to healthy families, and healthy cattle come from healthy pastures.
Located in Jackson, MI, McLaughlin Farm Ltd raises Highland Cattle and is a local producer and wholesaler of pasture-raised, grass-fed and finished, dry-aged beef.
2021 Farm Market Schedule
Meridian Township Farmers’ Market (Okemos, MI)
Each Saturday, May through October from 8 AM until 2 PM.
We may miss a few market sessions each season, so join our email list to receive notifications of our schedule.
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Happy Cattle, Happy Customers
“I could tell the difference in your beef on the first bite!” That’s the type of testimonial we hear on a regular basis.
Our commitment to raising healthy cattle through rotational grazing means you get the best beef available!
Read more happy customer reviews of grass-fed beef from McLaughlin Farm.
McLaughlin Farm: Local Producer of Highland Beef
McLaughlin Farm Ltd. raises Highland Cattle and is a local producer of naturally raised, grass fed, dry aged beef. The farm is located in Jackson, Michigan. The farm was originally a working dairy farm, and was purchased by John’s grandparents in 1932. The milking operation continued until the mid-1950’s when it was discontinued.
A decade later several of the unused facilities were torn down, including the milk barn, due to the high cost of maintenance. In 1980 John and Cathie bought the farm and shortly thereafter reintroduced farm animals, including beef cattle, horses, sheep, chickens and turkeys. Today Highland cattle and two Katahdin “hair sheep” and a Standard Schnauzer are the only domestic animals at the farm.
McLaughlin Farm cattle are humanely raised and processed. They are grass fed and pasture raised, grazing in open pastures and are not confined in a feed lot type setting. The farm’s cattle are rotationally grazed, and are fed no grain, within the USDA “grass-fed” standard. McLaughlin Farm does not utilize growth stimulants or hormones, nor antibiotics, unless medically indicated. Learn more about what it means to be “grass fed and grass finished”, different types of forage, Rotational Grazing and Dry Aging.