- No antibiotics
- No added hormones
- Local pasture-raised
- Made from a single animal for traceability
- No fillers added
- USDA inspected and Approved
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This is the first Eye of Round that I got from FSC Ranch Beef. It was delicious! Everyone enjoyed it! I cooked it low after searing. It was a 2.70-pound roast. Fed 4 adults with plenty leftover.
I also cooked a 4.42 pounder from FSC Ranch Beet the exact same way for an early Christmas dinner with my family, (8 adults and 2 grandsons)! It was soooo good that they, my 3 children and their significant others, equally divided the leftovers and took them home. So, we didn’t have any leftovers.
My grandson said, “PopPop, you’re a good cooker!”
So, my wife said, “We are not buying any roasts from anywhere else but FSC Ranch Beef”
How about that!
We Believe in Quality
Pasture to Plate
Our cattle are treated with the utmost care. They spend their days grazing the rolling hills of FSC Ranch and are known for their docility as they roam their tree-lined pastures.
We are proud to offer you superior beef that never contains fillers and is antibiotic-free with no added hormones. When you purchase beef from FSC Ranch Beef, rest assured that you are getting quality lean beef to feed your family.
The Smith Family has been Farming
North Carolina Land for Over 250 Years.
In the mid-1700s, 27-year-old Gasper Schmidt traveled across the Atlantic ocean to make a new home for himself in North Carolina. Gasper bought 210 acres in the rolling hills of North Carolina near the Yadkin River amidst tall loblolly pines, evergreen magnolias, cedars, and oaks. He established roots in Davidson County, farming his land. Gasper became a naturalized citizen in 1763, changed his name from Schmidt to Smith, and fought in the American Revolutionary War. He and his wife Margaret raised their seven children while farming. The home they built was on the land now called Riverwood, made famous by American painter Bob Timberlake who in the 1970s launched his career from a studio on Gasper’s land.
For hundreds of years, Gasper’s family continued to farm in North Carolina. Pictured above is Grandmama Emma Smith from the early 1930s. Guided by the principles of respect, accountability, perseverance, family, and faith, the Smith family endured many challenging seasons. In 1924, following the death of her husband, Julius Marcellus Smith, Grandmama Emma and her children showed courage and steadfastness as they struggled to work and live as tenant farmers in Davidson Country throughout the Great Depression.
FSC Ranch Beef is operated by brothers Fred and Irvin Smith who began cattle farming in Johnston County, North Carolina in the 1970s.
The Smiths’ attention to quality and their passion to help add value to their community is grown from their great respect for cattle and their commitment to be good stewards of what God has provided. That respect has been handed down from generation to generation.
FSC Ranch Beef offers one lb packages of premium ground beef and 1.5 lb patty packs along with choice cut steaks and roasts. Our naturally lean beef is delicious and nutritious.
Our premium beef contains one ingredient and one ingredient only: beef. The pack of beef that you purchase from us comes from one cattle and one cattle only, qualifying it to be called ground beef.
What makes FSC Ranch Beef’s premium ground beef full of mouth-watering goodness? Steak!
Our ground beef includes steak cuts that are ground into our beef resulting in meat that’s juicy and packed with steak-heavy flavor.
Rest assured, you are getting quality beef when you purchase your beef from FSC Ranch Beef.
Not only is beef packed with healthy protein, nutritional beef is naturally rich in B vitamins, iron, zinc and other important nutrients. Beef provides all of the essential amino acids our bodies need to survive. Naturally!
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Ground beef and beef patties can also be purchased directly from Riverwood or Hedingham Golf Courses.