Organic meat certification in the United States
requires farm animals to be raised according to USDA organic regulations throughout
their lives. These regulations require that livestock are fed certified organic
food that contains no animal byproducts. Further, organic farm animals can
receive no growth hormones or antibiotics, and they must be raised using
techniques that protect native species and other natural resources. Irradiation
and genetic engineering are not allowed with organic animal production.
One of the major differences in organic animal
husbandry protocol is the "pasture rule": minimum requirements for
time on pasture do vary somewhat by species and between the certifying
agencies, but the common theme is to require as much time on pasture as
possible and reasonable.
Our Organic New York Steaks are Certified by the
United States Department of Agriculture. This package includes two (2) New York
Steaks. 16 Oz. Each. All Organic Beef is Grass Fed and Non-GMO.