Throughout a cow’s life, from birth to slaughter, the most important aspect is feeding it in the healthiest, most natural way. Therefore, the pastures the cattle spend their life on are crucial to a higher quality of the meat.  All year round, the cattle can alternatively graze on grass, clover, alfalfa, to meet their bodily needs. During winter, their feed includes natural fodder and supplements from various silos.


Our cattle are raised in a sustainable way. While grazing, the cattle carry out most soil fertilizing works, spreading nutrients for the next grass crop. Beef quality is a result of how cattle are reared all along their growth. Thus, raised in a low-stress environment, the cattle remain calm, are therefore easier to handle, and as a result the final product is much higher in quality.

The Angus breed offers breeders a lot of advantages: it is robust and easy to handle through extensive grazing, without additional feed concentrate intake, with considerable meat yield at a medium-sized carcass. These features are a competitive advantage in an age when good management, low production costs and high-quality products are crucial for business success.


Grass-fed beef meets the demands of the modern consumer, which is why Angus beef cattle are ideally suited for this type of cattle husbandry. The most robust Angus cattle are very easy to maintain and turn roughage into beef kilograms. As a breeder, you can reduce additional, costly feed concentrate. Pasture grazing can be easily managed and brings substantial savings compared to indoor housed cattle husbandry.

Advantages of extensive fattening:

  • Fattening through pasture grazing
  • Saving fodder from feed concentrate – cost reduction
  • Efficient fattening with low work effort (by keeping animals on pasture)
  • Minimal effort in cattle raising (pasture, open housing)
  • Simple management and low production costs
  • Beef production based on pasture grazing reduces dependency on the forage market
  • The modern consumer chooses meat depending on price
  • Extensively raised beef adds environmental, ethical, sensory, psychological and nutritional value