We understand that a busy life can lead to less than stellar eating choices. Our goal is to make eating well easier for all of us.

Thus, we raise and deliver healthy, humane beef for us and our neighbors.

Here at Spring Forest Farm

We Share Your Concerns

We avoid chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides.

We make use of ecologically sound grazing practices.

We focus on low stress animal management.

At a Glance

Our Stats




delivery to eastern Oklahoma
(3 routes – click here for details)


families served annually

What Sets Us Apart

Our cows aren’t simply “grass fed.” Our beef is born, raised, and finished on pasture. At Spring Forest Farm, our cows consume a diverse diet, including:

  • Mix of Native and “Improved” Grasses
  • Beneficial Herbs
  • Leaves from Trees and Shrubs
  • Honey Locust Seed Pods
  • Even the Occasional Pecan, Chestnut, Apple, and Pear

The herd stays healthy eating this diverse diet, and we think that makes their meat healthier for you!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Excellent Value”

Their beef is affordable for the average family, and the quality is exactly what you’d expect from a local, pastured source.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Best Taste and
Top-Notch Customer Service

Best beef I’ve ever tasted and the customer service is top-notch!


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Healthy and Ethical”

The farm is beautifully kept with real love and care shown to the animals. The meat is delicious too! True farm to table eating that feels both healthy and ethical.


From “Eating Well Made Easy”

Recent Recipes

Eating Well Made Easy: Smoked BBQ Brisket

Many pit masters, both amateur and competitive, perfect amazing, tried-and-true recipes, but keep them close to heart. For this month’s recipe, I’m sharing the long-perfected family recipe your family won’t share.

Eating Well Made Easy: Parsnip Pie

I find that white potatoes often leave me feeling over-stuffed and uncomfortably full. That’s why I set out to create a flavorful, satisfying Shepherd’s Pie that would play to my desire for comfort food, but also sit easy in my stomach. Parsnips are the answer.

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