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A Moment with Carol Green, the Healing Foods Chef

By on Jan 13, 2014 in Grayson News |

Carol Green was kind enough to do a chef’s demonstration this week: check out her blog for all of the great details! The link is below, as well as a full-text version. The Greener Side of Grass Fed Beef   The Greener Side of Grass Fed Beef By Chef Carol Green, NTP   It’s so secret I am a huge fan of grass fed beef; healthy omega 3 rich meat raised on...

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Springtime in Grayson County

By on May 23, 2013 in Grayson News |

Despite winter’s claws holding on in the form of lots of rain, spring has definitely come to Grayson County. We’ve been enjoying beautifully warm days, the grass is settling into a perfect green, and the trees are covered in waterfalls of leaves. The cattle are happy to be off that boring old hay and onto lush greenery. In the office, we’ve been...

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Grayson Natural Featured on modPALEO

By on Mar 21, 2013 in Grayson News |

Don Duncan, the marketing manager for Grayson Natural Farms was recently interviewed by modPALEO. Grayson Natural Farms is featured on their website under the Local Spotlight. (click here to read the interview)  We are their newest partner in protein! From the article: We are excited to partner with Grayson Natural too! Our goal is always to share a mutually...

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Grayson News

By on Jul 13, 2012 in Grayson News |

Our producers and cattle have enjoyed the needed rain this week and the much cooler weather. Some of our producers are even starting their calving seasons! Calving season is always a busy but fun time, there is nothing quite like the rush you get from trying to hurry and tag a newborn calf before his or her momma gets after you. But all and all, the miracle of life...

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It’s Cooler in Grayson!

By on Jul 10, 2012 in Grayson News |

We are getting some much needed rain and a welcome relief from the record high temperatures in Grayson County. Grayson County is home to Mt. Rogers, the highest point in Virginia. Our typical high temps are in the eighties, we have had high nineties recently. Hot yes but our neighbors just 30 miles south and off the mountain are typically 10 degrees warmer year...

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Recent Storms

By on Jul 3, 2012 in Grayson News |

Like most of Virginia, the Producers for Grayson Natural Foods have been affected by the storms and power outages. River Ridge lost power Friday, had power for a brief time Monday afternoon only to be lost again. Brantley Ivey (Manager of River Ridge) and his employees with help from Gary Mitchell and friends have been moving generators around to turn water pumps on...

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Thank a Farmer or Rancher!

By on Jun 29, 2012 in Grayson News |

Fun Fact for you Friday: Did you that 98.3% of U.S. Farms and ranches are family owned? American agriculture helps feed the world’s citizens, provides fuel for transportation and fiber for money and clothing; and today’s American farmer feeds about 150 people worldwide every day; and beef cattle production represents the largest single segment of U.S. agriculture;...

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Time for Hay

By on Jun 22, 2012 in Grayson News |

These past few weeks have been very busy for the producers of Grayson Natural, our farms have been bailing lots of high quality high moisture hay. Also we are rotating our cattle around to more lushes pastures. At Grayson Natural our new marketer, Mark Gravel, is beginning to push our beef in New York City. We always welcome visitors to come see anyone of our four...

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Check back for More News and Updates

By on Jun 4, 2012 in Grayson News |

We will be sharing photos and news and updates here on the website at We encourage you to visit our website to find out the latest for Grayson Natural, your source for locally owned, mountain grown beef.

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