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We are your local butcher shop, a true Utah Ranch-to-Table purveyor bringing you grass fed, corn finished American Wagyu and Prime Beef. From prime Angus to highly marbled American wagyu, the taste, texture and tenderness of our meat reflect the environment in which our animals have been raised
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AMERICAN WAYGU, UTAH PREMIUM BEEF, AND SPECIALTY MEATS
We believe you should know where your meat is coming from. Period.
We are a true Utah Ranch-to-Table purveyor bringing you exceptional grass fed, 140-day corn finished American Wagyu and Utah Premium Beef. Our aim is to provide you with the highest quality beef products, free of added hormones or antibiotics, to ensure you are eating healthy, flavor-packed steaks!
The importance of beef quality grades cannot be overstated. Connoisseurs and meatpackers alike are well versed in the beef industry’s grading vocabulary that is used to evaluate a matrix of factors which determine tenderness, juiciness and flavor.
While approaches to grading varies from country to country, in America, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) assigns beef to one of eight quality grades using two main criteria: degree of marbling (or intramuscular fat) and degree of maturity (approximate age of the animal at slaughter).
Tabiona Steaks is rooted in the history of an American pioneering family. In 1847, well over a century and a half ago, the LeFevres settled in Elsinore, Utah and built their ranch homestead. Their strong work ethic, vision, and determination allowed them to successfully raise Hereford and Angus beef cattle, and in turn, provide a quality meat product for the community.
“You are what you eat” not only applies to humans and every other living being—it holds true for cows, too. It should come as no surprise, then, that quality, taste, texture, value and grade of beef are all affected by the animal’s diet. There are two main approaches to feed: grass-fed versus grain-fed (mostly corn). Grass-fed cows graze in pastures, whereas grain-fed cows are given corn in feedlots. Let’s explore how cattle diet affects the taste, texture, cost, grade and overall quality of beef.
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