About Us – JJJM Grass Fed Beef
Located near Truman Lake in West Central Missouri, JJJM Grass Fed Beef is owned and operated by 3rd & 4th generation family farmers. After the Civil War, both Union & Confederate soldiers settled the countryside and the area became known as “Golden Valley”. Soft rolling hills and spring-fed creeks blended into large parcels of un-treed open farmland in the Grand River Basin. John Jurgensmeyer & his fraternal twin Ben purchased their property near Montrose, Mo in 1919. Today John’s grandchildren & great-grandchildren operate the family farm that has been Certified Organic since 1997.
We primarily raise Angus & Hereford for their superior marbling characteristics. Our grass fed natural beef cattle forage on continually rotated fresh pastures, and never receive synthetic growth hormones. Our protocol is to never use any antibiotics unless absolutely necessary for the health and welfare of an animal. Our pastures are never treated with artificial fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. We cut and bale our own red clover, lespedeza, fescue, & orchard grass hay into those big round bales we roll out in winter.
We have animals available year round and offer either Quarter, Half, or Whole Beef. Our beef is processed in a small, family-owned USDA inspected facility and is dry aged for a minimum of 14-21days. It is then cut into ground beef, steaks, roasts, brisket, and soup bones for those who want a healthy cut of beef on hand when they need it. We are committed to providing 100% pure grass fed beef that our customers can feel good about feeding to their families. We like to think of our customers as friends & partners, and we want you to feel comfortable about buying your meat from someone you know and trust.
Does shopping for “Red Meat” in a Big Box Store make you a little bit nervous?
Can you really trust what you see behind the “Sneeze Guard”?
Would you like the peace of mind knowing exactly where your beef comes from?
Would you like to visit our farm and actually pick out your own cow to eat?