BriarPatch is committed to offering the best local, organic, and natural meats and sustainable seafood available.
All our natural and organic meat suppliers pledge to use no hormones or antibiotics.
Compassionate family farmers raising animals with respect for the land. Never given hormones or antibiotics, raised humanely.
Today, the Nevada County Free Range Beef herd stands at over 120 Shorthorn, Red Angus, and White Park mother cows. Profound knowledge of genetics, feed conditions, and gentle handling techniques ensure that only the best, most nutritious beef reaches your table. No growth hormones or antibiotics have ever been or will ever be used, and all pasture land is naturally fertilized and managed, without pre-emergents, pesticides, or petrochemicals.
SunFed Ranch was founded by members of three ranching families with deep roots in the foothills of the Sacramento Valley and the rangeland of the Klamath Basin between Mt. Shasta and Crater Lake. Our cattle are born and raised in those open spaces where we have adapted to natural weather patterns to grow premium quality grass-fed and grass-finished beef year-round.
Their pasture-raised Bovan chickens and Perkins ducks wander the fields in the morning, then for the rest of the day hang out in their barn, which they wander in and out of as the spirit moves them.
Free range, pasture raised, organically fed, air chilled chicken.
Heidi’s Hens® – Certified Organic Turkey is sustainably farmed, range grown, fed only certified organic corn and soy, processed and delivered directly from us to you.
Beeler pigs are raised without any antibiotics or growth promotants and are never fed animal by-products. Their diets consist of all vegetarian ingredients: corn, soybean meal, vitamins, and minerals.
BriarPatch labels seafood using the FishWise labeling system, created by Sustainable Fisheries Advocates, a non-profit organization based in Santa Cruz. FishWise helps us provide information about the sustainability of seafood, so shoppers can make environmentally-informed choices. Look for the color coding on seafood price signs.