Bring the wholesome goodness of Oregon Meat Co.'s 100% grass-fed beef to your table with our premium neck soup bones. Harvested from cattle that have freely roamed on open pasture their whole lives, these bones are the secret ingredient to elevate your stews, broths, and slow-cooked dishes.
Rich in collagen, marrow, and trace minerals, our neck soup bones impart a depth of flavor and a nutritious punch that no artificial broth can match. When simmered, they release gelatinous goodness and a robust, 'beefy' taste into your dishes, transforming them into culinary delights.
At Oregon Meat Co., we're committed to ethical, sustainable, and natural farming. Our cattle live their lives as nature intended - being born on and freely roaming the open pastures. They are never subjected to chemicals, antibiotics, or hormones. Our beef is dry-aged, a traditional practice favoured by gourmet restaurants and high-end butcher shops, to further enhance its texture, color, and flavor.
Simmer them for a nourishing bone broth, packed with healing properties and deep flavor. Use them as the base for a classic beef stew or a hearty osso buco. Or roast them to create a rich, complex base for homemade gravy. The culinary adventures you can embark upon with our neck soup bones are boundless.
Aside from delivering superior flavor, our neck soup bones are a powerhouse of nutrition. They provide collagen, essential for healthy skin and joints, and a wealth of minerals including calcium and phosphorous. Consuming bone broth made from our soup bones can support digestive and immune system health.
With an average package size of approximately 2.25 lbs, you're all set for your next culinary adventure. Experience the distinctive, superior quality of our 100% grass-fed beef, and take a journey through taste that will impress your family and guests. All while supporting ethical, sustainable farming practices. Here's to memorable meals that are kind to our planet.
Our beef neck bones are full of healthy nutrients, since they come from our 100% grass-fed, grass-finished beef. These bones can be simmered for a few hours to add rich flavor to broths and sauces.When simmered in water, they'll make an excellent broth for beef soup or stew. Add vegetables after you remove the bones from the pot, and then finish the soup with the shredded beef.