This land has been in my family since 1867 and it’s that same test of time that now lies at the heart of what we do here at True Grass Farms. We’ve since expanded the scope of that legacy, reaching beyond just four generations to inherit an even older wisdom: by nurturing unique natural cycles, we in turn are nurtured by the land—an understanding that reveals itself in the quality of our products as well as in the sustainability of our operation. For us, it all begins with the grass. We commit ourselves to maintaining healthy pastureland by embracing a process of rotational grazing that depends upon the stewardship of a natural ecosystem—of which we as well as the grass are only two elements. Here we raise Black Angus cows and California Kobe, a Japanese breed, renowned for their flavor and tenderness, along with Blackworth, Berkshire and Eurasian wild hogs. Tucked within the coastal valleys of Marin County, we strive toward a more harmonious relationship with our environment so as to provide the best local source of fine beef, pork and other pasture-raised USDA-certified organic meats to our community.