We are excited to provide your family with the premium beef that our family has raised for years! Our beef is Nebraska Raised & Dry Aged with premium DNA testing and shipped directly from our farm to your doorstep.
Our cattle are raised in Nebraska by Hannah, full time college student and owner of Oak Barn Beef, and Don & Linda! Hannah loves to share day-to-day farm life on Instagram, so follow along on our journey with this link.
As fifth generation ranchers, we educate on ethical ranching practices and share the story of the cattle for a true farm-to-table experience.
Like a good cheese or wine, our beef is aged to be the most tender and delicious cut of beef. Our beef is also DNA Tested, which plays a huge role in our selection process because it can tell us which cattle will make the most premium beef. It's what makes it so darn good! Take it from our customers:
Huntington Beach, CA: "There is a huge difference between Oak Barn Beef and all the others. Oak Barn Beef wins it hands down! There is no comparison to the quality & taste of Oak Barn Beef."
Brooklyn, NY: "For dinner tonight, I threw an Oak Barn t-bone on the grill... and it was AMAZING! Whatever you are doing on your ranch, you are doing it right!"
We are family owned and this type of farming has been in our family for over 5 generations now. We take pride in how we raise and produce cattle and take many steps to even make sure our beef is the best dry aged beef you’ll taste.
Over the last few years buying directly from farmers has become more popular and I think it’s due to a few of the reasons I wanted to share with you today! Here are the very many reasons you should buy directly from farmers.
"As you can see there is only $2.30 between the two! Oak Barn Beef also has some more things added for your value such as we do DNA testing, dry aging (to intensify flavors) and we transparent with our customers. The beef you are purchasing in the grocery store doesn’t have all that added value!"
Oak Barn Beef was featured on a "Five Minute Farmer" Segment with the Ag Grad Podcast. During this conversation with Tim Hammerich, Hannah talked about her experiences growing Oak Barn Beef and where the company is going to go! Take a listen with the link below.