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Arrow K Ranch

1601 County Road 130, Hutto, 78634
(NO PHONE NUMER AVAILABLE; MAKE SURE STILL IN BUSINESS)hormone-free, chemical-free beef (native Texas Longhorns) raised and finished on the type of natural grass environment for which they were born. Raised this way the cattle rarely get sick which means artificial antibiotics, medicines, and inorganic additives are not necessary (nor desirable). Available year-round at the Downtown Austin Farmers' Market. "naturally grown, transitional, grass fed/pastured "
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