We were up at the Sweet Tree Farm and looked in on the cows, pigs, and chickens!
The pasture is nice and lush with long grasses, and the red and white clover and diversity of grasses that the Sweet Tree Farm animals eat, makes the difference in the flavors of the 100% grass fed beef.
The terroir of Sweet Tree Farm affects the taste of the meat of the farm animals. Like a fine wine, the quality of; the grasses, climate, soil, terrain, and knowing the right time to "harvest" the animals is the key to the fine quality of Sweet Tree Farm animals.
Farmer Frank Johnson, has been cultivating his land for decades and utilizing sustainable farming methods to ensure healthy, humanely raised farm animals.