Sustainable & local.
Raised on grass.
No antibiotics, no hormones. Ever.

At Hardwick Beef, we provide the very best beef from animals that are raised on grass, without any antibiotics or added hormones. There is an increasing demand for safe and healthy food, and a demand for an ability to track a cow from birth onward. Consumers want to know that their food is safe to eat.

We are promoting a return to grass farming. As animals are moved from one fresh paddock to another, grass is continually being grazed when the vitamins, minerals, and proteins are at their best. Consequently, cattle get the best possible nutrition, manure is spread evenly across the land, and the farmland actually improves with use.

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Find Hardwick Beef at Vermont Butcher Shop in Londonderry and Manchester.

Welcome to the Pastoral Pig in Flanders, NJ. We'll let you know when they're up and running.

Exeter, New Hampshire, now has a burger joint, which offers 100% Hardwick grass-fed beef. Taste a burger at Good Karma Cafe & Grill.

Find Hardwick Beef at both locations of The Meat Hook, in Brooklyn, New York.

We welcome Wholeshare, that sells Hardwick Beef products through their partnership with Regional Access. Leah Douglas, Wholeshare Marketing Manager, notes: "Our Ground Beef is 100% grass-fed beef." See their blog here:

All four locations of Union Market, in Manhattan and Brooklyn, offer Hardwick Beef.

We are also at DeCicco's in Armonk, which prides itself on offering restaurant quality meat. Beginning in 1972 when John, Joe, and Frank DeCicco opened a tiny storefront in the Bronx, DeCicco's is now in 11 locations.


Michael Pollan's newest book is Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation, in which he describes "how he learned to grill with fire, cook with liquid, bake bread, and ferment everything from cheese to beer." From his website:
Featured Article: "Make Peace With Meat"
Mark Bittman, in a New York Times article, argues for us to choose quality over quantity of meat in our diet. "Spend the same $30, or $50 or $100 or $300 on meat that you now spend each week or month, but buy less and buy better ... [buy] expensive meat from real farms."





John Reynolds, Stannard Farm

We support small family farms across the Northeast, and we partner with 70 such farms to raise cattle the old-fashioned way, using only grass as their feed, without antibiotics or hormones. We feature some of the farms here.



Map of Our Stores

We have stores in six states. Find the store closest to you.

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Order Form

If you prefer, order Hardwick Beef shipped to your door.

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Call Hardwick Beef at (860) 434-9402 M-F 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. EST.
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