Ground Wagyu Beef Magnolia Farms Frozen 1 LB by Crowd CowCrowd Cow
Wagyu Ground Beef Frozen 1 LB is the versatile king of meats and ground beef from Crowd Cow's domestic Wagyu ranches is sure to impress. Add a dash of salt and pepper and cook on the grill to make amazingly juicy burgers. You can also mix with a pinch of paprika, garlic, and chili powders to make a delicious taco salad. With Wagyu Ground Beef the possibilities are endless! Crowd Cow sources its Wagyu from Magnolia Farms where their dry-aged beef is pasture-raised, grain-finished, and has no hormones or unnecessary antibiotics. "Fullblood" Wagyu - a difference you're sure to notice with the first bite!
The Magnolia Cattle Company raises 100% pure ("Fullblood") Wagyu cattle on an elegant ranch overlooking Lake Washington in Bothell, WA. They strive to get as close to the true Japanese Kobe Beef experience as you can outside of Japan. Every animal is born and raised entirely on the farm, and each carries 100% Wagyu DNA traceable to Japan. No cross-breeding at all.
Fullblood Wagyu is almost impossible to obtain, and is usually only used for breeding. You can’t buy it in any retail outlets, and it’s only very rarely featured at some of Seattle’s finest restaurants. Crowd Cow is proud to offer Magnolia Cattle Company’s exquisite Fullblood Wagyu.
Crowd Cow’s mission is to allow everyone to discover and enjoy the very best beef from small, independent ranches and to make the experience convenient and fun. Crowd Cow is committed to showcasing and celebrating very best farms and the people who have dedicated their lives to producing healthy, high-quality meat you can trust.
Crowd Cow co-founder Ethan went to an upscale grocery store to pick up some steaks and found himself wondering where the meat was from and why it cost so much. In talking to his friend Joe, they discovered that many of their friends had purchased beef directly from local farms, and had bragged about how great the meat was. But the trouble of finding a good ranch, coordinating payment and pickup and the idea of having to purchase and store up to a year's worth of beef at once was too much. There had to be a better way. Ethan suggested they “crowdfund a cow” so that 50 people could each buy a tiny amount of beef directly from a local farm. After a couple of weekends visiting ranches and building a website, Crowd Cow was launched and the first cow was sold in 24 hours.