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- Corral de Tierra Cattle Co - grass-finished beef, no hormones are used, no antibiotics
820 Park Row, Salinas, CA 93901. Phone: (831) 595-6229. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open: see their page. Premium beef from grass-finished cattle raised on our family ranch and conservation properties across California's central
coast. Our herds come to maturity grazing native pastures in the Santa Lucia mountains overlooking the Monterey Bay and the Salinas Valley. The
coastal climate produces lush, quality forage that keep our cattle healthy and fit without the need for added hormones or antibiotics. Our
cattle are raised the time-tested way. While being herded through ranch pastures, Corral de Tierra Cattle have fresh forage to nourish them.
This low-stress lifestyle produces cows and calves that don't require the need for additional hormones or antibiotics, unless necessary for the
health of the animal. We respect our animals like all good ranchers and adhere to the National Cattlemen's Beef Quality Assurance Best
Regenerative Agriculture: Grazing animals play a key role in the health of grassland ecosystems. Through proper resource management and adaptive
rotational grazing, our herds can: increase carbon sequestration, improve the landscape's ecosystem processes, and enhance the overall
biodiversity of the grazing area.