Category: Animal Welfare Approved

What Does Animal Welfare Approved Mean?

We’ve posted our March 24, 2017 email newsletter below. Click here to subscribe to our free email newsletter, click the orange RSS button to the right to subscribe to our RSS feed, or just check our blog often for the latest news. After thoroughly researching almost every animal welfare certification in North America, we chose Animal Welfare Approved (AWA). This was the only birth-to-slaughter strictly pasture-based program that aligned with our values. Unlike other animal welfare certifications that still allow the… Read More »

Last Day to Order for WED March 15 (SW) is Monday!

We’ve posted our March 8, 2017 email newsletter below. Click here to subscribe to our free email newsletter, click the orange RSS button to the right to subscribe to our RSS feed, or just check our blog often for the latest news. Ensuring a Respectful Slaughter We wrote the following article in response to several enquiries about our slaughter process. It has garnered a lot of discussion on Facebook, good and bad, including radical vegans who think we are murderers or… Read More »

TK Ranch & the Earls Debate (EDMONTON Order Deadline — Sunday (May 1, 2016)

This is our April 29, 2016 newsletter. Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter, click the orange RSS button to the right to subscribe to our RSS feed, or just check our blog often for the latest news. Just in time for the BBQ! Our 375 gram boneless Ribeye Steaks are on sale while supplies last! The Earls Certified Humane debate… Its been all over the news this week; Earls has decided to source their beef from the US… Read More »

How do you know it’s really grass-fed?

We sent out this email newsletter today, and are publishing it here on the blog for anyone who missed it. Want to receive our newsletter by email? Subscribe here. How do you know it’s really grass-fed? Many producers are entering the marketplace advertising their meat products as grass-fed, but what does this actually mean? Unfortunately the definition of grass-fed is not regulated in Canada yet, so producers are free to decide what grass-fed means to them and raise their animals… Read More »