Farmer Del Organics is a family run operation located just north of St. Albert, in Alberta, Canada. Delton Jubinville (aka “Farmer Del”) has farmed his entire life and in 2012, he moved back to his family property and started looking for organic land where he could turn his farming dream into a reality. Delton’s dream is to bring the highest quality beef to the table of his friends and neighbors, while at the same time minimizing the farm’s environmental footprint.
Delton searched for many years to find the right breeds for his beef operation, particularly ones that finish well on grass and have superior taste. “Now with our amazing North Devon/Galloway crosses we are able to raise them organically, without grain, hormones or antibiotics,” says Delton. “At Farmer Del Organics, we believe the best beef eats only grass. It’s better for the animal, our world and for you. Our heritage breed cows deliver top-end, marbled beef eating the way they were intended.”
The cattle at Farmer Del Organics are now Certified Animal Welfare Approved by A Greener World (AGW) and Certified Grassfed by AGW, which is the first—and only—food label in the U.S. and Canada that guarantees food products come from animals fed a 100% grass and forage diet, and raised entirely outdoors on pasture or range. Delton became Certified Grassfed by AGW, because he understands the importance that grass feeding has on ruminant animals. “I was shocked to discover the health and environmental benefits of grass-finished beef as opposed to grain-finished,” explains Delton. “This information, along with the heavier environmental footprint that goes with mono-cultural production, fortified my determination to raise the best beef the way nature intended, on 100% grass.”
Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW, Certified Grassfed by AGW beef from Farmer Del Organics is available at several retailer locations throughout St. Albert and in Edmonton. For more information contact Delton Jubinville at 780-213-2053 and firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow the farm on Facebook.