Field Trips to the Farm

On October 1st, Roseda Farm hosted students from Delaware Valley College and Georgetown University.

The students from Delaware Valley College worked with our Farm staff. Dean and Marcia Bryant hosted the students as they practiced judging our black angus cattle for their next competition.

Prof. Meredith McKittrick, who teaches a class on global and local food and farming systems, brought her class from Georgetown to learn about the business.  Mike Brannon met with the 20 students, showing them the farm and discussing the operation.

All the students enjoyed lunch provided by Roseda.  The entire farm staff came out to welcome the students and cook some Roseda burgers. Even some “vegetarian” students took the challenge to try a Roseda burger. Everyone at Roseda was excited to have fresh young minds to check out the farm.


About Roseda Beef

Roseda Beef is a family-operated business, started in 1999. We are a farm dedicated to raising the finest Black Angus beef. From cattle fed only on grass, soybean meal, corn, hay and fresh water, with grain to finish. We use no growth hormones. No chemical additives. No antibiotics, unless medically necessary. We emphasize quality over quantity. We dry-age every cut of our beef the old-fashioned way, for a delightful tenderness, and fuller, richer flavor. Our goal is simple: to provide the finest beef you’ll ever eat – with attentive, enthusiastic service from the people who raise it. Because that’s what you, our customers, have told us you look forward to when you buy Roseda Beef.
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