Feast on the robust, succulent taste of Oregon Meat Co.'s 100% grass-fed rump roast, a prized cut in our exceptional range of locally reared, pasture-raised beef products. Harvested from the rear muscle of our ethically-raised cattle, this substantial roast promises a home-cooked meal that's brimming with depth of flavor and wholesome goodness.
Our rump roast, known for its lean, firm texture and rich beefy flavor, becomes melt-in-your-mouth tender when slow-cooked. Dry-aged just like gourmet restaurants and high-end butcher shops, our rump roast boasts a tender texture, deep color, and intensified 'beefy' flavor that will elevate any meal.
At Oregon Meat Co., we honor nature's intentions in our farming practices. Our cattle begin and live their lives roaming freely on open pastures, living as nature intended. They're fed a chemical-free, 100% grass diet and are never given antibiotics or hormones. This unwavering commitment to natural, sustainable farming practices ensures a beef product that's environmentally friendly and unmatched in quality and taste.
Slow roast it in the oven with a medley of root vegetables for a comforting Sunday roast. Braise it in a rich wine sauce for a gourmet meal that's sure to impress your dinner guests. Or spice it up for a succulent pulled beef sandwich. The possibilities are as endless as they are delicious.
Our rump roast is not only flavorful but also packed with nutrition. It's an excellent source of protein, vitamins like B12 and B6, and essential minerals such as zinc, selenium, and iron, making it a smart choice for your health-conscious lifestyle.
Our average roast size is approximately 2.5 lbs, perfect for family meals or intimate dinner parties. Discover the remarkable quality of our pasture-raised beef and embark on a gastronomic journey that will delight your senses. Support sustainable and ethical farming practices while enjoying an unforgettable, mouthwatering meal. It's time to taste the Oregon Meat Co. difference.
Rump Roast is cut from the rear leg of the animal. It is relatively lean and makes a great Roast Beef or Pot Roast. Make sure to season your Rump Roast well and cook it low and slow to get optimal flavor and tenderness.