Our beef is hand selected from the best of our mixed herd. It is raised in an environmentally friendly manner with the cattle grazing our local fields and pastures and finished on a corn based diet. This means the best of grass fed and corn fed beef.
**PLEASE NOTE: In order to maintain the highest standards and quality of beef, we do not supply any company claiming to sell our beef. or claiming to resell our beef.
Please visit our store if you want to purchase our beef.
"So glad I found this place! The best beef ever! And it feels good supporting local farmers too, and you know you're getting fresh meat and you see where the animals are being raised. I've so far tried their ground beef, rib eye steak and blade steak, and pepperettes, AMAZING! the taste is so good! The owner Joanne I believe her name is, is very friendly, great customer service! I will never buy meat from food basics, superstore, Walmart or anywhere again, only here. And the prices? Very reasonable :) "
Putting ultrasound technology to good use has earned a Chatham-Kent beef farm a Premier’s award for innovation. Mike and Joanne Buis have been using the ultrasound to determine the best marketing dates for their on-farm beef retail business. The system allows a “best before” date to be assigned to each animal at birth, and this knowledge is helping the producers increase control of their product at all times. It has also enabled the farm to reduce overall feeding costs and inefficiencies and boost retail sales and customer satisfaction...
The laptop computer looked somewhat out of place inside this rustic barn. However, Buis Beef has no problem doing things a little differently.
The cattle farm, located on the outskirts of Chatham, uses ultrasound to determine the fat marbling of an animal, as well as predict the optimal day to market it.
Mike Buis and his wife, Joanne, were recently among the regional winners of the Premier's Awards for Agri-Food Innovation.Read More
As the winter season is here in Chatham-Kent, let's look at cattle being left outside during these cold months. For this article, the words cattle, cows, herd, and livestock all mean the same thing. I would like to thank Mike and Joanne Buis of Buis Beef here in Chatham-Kent for their assistance in writing this article.
Like all mammals, cows are warm-blooded and need to maintain a constant core body temperature. Special management and planning is required for cattle to graze outdoors in the winter.