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Tussock Sedge Farm Beef

Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Contact: Henry & Charlotte Rosenberger
1239 Route 113, Box 59, Blooming Glen, PA 18911
Phone: (215) 872-8100
Website: www.tussocksedgefarm.com,
Email: henryrosenberger@gmail.com

About Us:

Our farm story, and our beef business is described in detail on our website:


www.tussocksedgefarm.com


We raise Red Angus/Devon cattle from birth to finish, approximately 100 + calves yearly. We farm with organic practice, although we are not certified organic. This includes natural fertilizers and compost, no herbicides or pesticides. Our cattle are fed no grain, no prophylactic antibiotics, no growth hormones. We feed minerals and practice rotational grazing on our 500 acre farm in Blooming Glen, PA. Our farmland is preserved, and we have 26 acres of restored wetland for wildlife habitat.
Finishing beef on grass and hay and minerals requires 22-24 months and results in high Omega 3 fat healthy beef. Our beef is processed at USDA Inspected Meat Plants where it is humanely handled. We direct market at www.tussocksedgefarm.com in 1/8th of a beef (46-48 lbs.) and in 12 lb. Sampler Packs. We also sell wholesale ground beef. All of our product is frozen.

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Business Hours:

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12 noon - 4 PM 
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10 AM - 2 PM 
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Classification of Business:

Sales

  • Livestock
  • Meat Products

Commodities:

Livestock

  • Cattle And Calves

Meat Products

  • Beef
  • Ground Beef




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