On 230 acres in rural Georgia, Etwenda “Tink” Wade loves her four legged grass-fed family. A fourth generation cattle woman, Tink is from a long line of farmers who raise their cattle the natural way. It all started with Tink’s great grandfather, who farmed his land with a simple straightforward philosophy, “Good for people, good for the earth”. A lot of things have changed since then, but Tink still chooses to carry on her great grandfather’s philosophy and remains committed to the cattle, the land and the consumers.
Today at her farm, Lucky7W, in Wilkes County, Tink has created a “happy cow paradise” that her great grandfather would be proud of. Her Black Angus cows are raised 100% grass-fed, with plenty of fresh air and wide open pastures to roam. They are never fed or injected with hormones or antibiotics and subjected to as little human handling as possible, to try provide a comfortable, low stress life. Tink’s farming methods directly contribute to the healthy, high-quality lean beef she produces for Georgians.
You can get your hands on this top of the line grass-fed beef at lots of great Georgia locations. Tink sells her beef directly from her farm, or at a variety of local retailers, all the details are available on her website. You can also look for her booth at a local farmers market, Atlanta, like the Decatur Farmers Market on Wednesdays and Sundays throughout their season.
Grow green and eat clean with Tink’s Happy Cows!
Lucky 7W Farm
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