Natural Beef

No growth hormones. No steroids. No antibiotics. Eat with a clear conscious knowing our cows are raised naturally and humanely.

Diet Friendly

Lean in fat content, high in Omega 3 fatty acids, and high in natural vitamins and minerals, our beef won’t bust your diet and could be beneficial for long-term heart health.

Quality Assured

Each carcass is slow cooled, dry aged, professionally butchered, vacuum packed, and frozen to ensure tenderness and flavor with a long freezer life.

Easy to Work With

You never have to talk to, or pay, the slaughterhouse – leave that to us. Pick-up points in 10 convenient locations across the state, and more to come!

Local Business

We are a family-run farm in central Virginia that’s been raising a closed herd of pure bred Black Angus cattle – and supporting the local economy – since 1982.


We integrate our operation into the local ecosystem. By using sustainable farming techniques, we protect the watershed & conserve the land that supports our livelihood.

Mixed Eighth

$ 4.85

Per lb. (Hanging Weight)
  • Est. $300-$400 total
  • Est. 50 lbs. of take-home beef
  • Smaller portion of each beef cut
  • Fits in most refrigerator freezers
  • $25 deposit required
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Mixed Quarter

$ 4.61

Per lb. (Hanging Weight)
  • Est. $600-$700 total
  • Est. 100 lbs. of take-home beef
  • Moderate portion of all beef cuts
  • Standalone freezer needed
  • $50 deposit required
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Half AnimalBest Value

$ 4.28

Per lb. (Hanging Weight)
  • Est. $1,000-$1,300 total
  • Est. 200 lbs. of take-home beef
  • Customized cuts available
  • Great to split w/a group
  • $100 deposit required
Place Order

Not sure which option to choose?

Check out our Ordering Guide to help you make your decision.

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Pick-Up Locations

Pick up your beef order at a location most convenient to you.

Contact Us

Lund Angus Farm
1107 Narrow Passage Rd
Spout Spring, VA 24593

Mary and Dick Lund

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“Lund Angus beef can't be beat. Great taste, great service, cut and packaged perfectly just the way you want it. Humanely harvested from pampered happy cows, raised by true stewards of our environment. Try it and you'll never want supermarket beef again.”

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“Our first time getting it and its great in flavor and little fat! Loved meeting you Mary! Nice to know we're eating something not filled with bad additives.”

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“My kids said, 'Why didn’t you buy more?' Next time I’m getting a half!”

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“My husband was skeptical; we had purchased grass fed beef before and he didn’t like it. We tried 1/8 and have been getting quarters since.”

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Awards and Best Practices

Intensive Grazing

Intensive, or mob grazing divides a field into small temporary grass paddocks from which the cows are moved daily. This means the grass is not overgrazed, it has time to “rest”, the soil is improved, and the grass recovers faster, giving us an effective 20% additional pasture without buying more land. Best of all, it increases our interaction with our cows.

Water Conservation

We use fencing to keep cows out of nearby streams and ponds, thus preventing foreign nutrients and manure from getting into the water shed. In other words, we are keeping the water clean so others can enjoy it. Cows now drink well water from livestock waterers.

Conservation Award

2017 Water & Soil Conservation award for implementing the best agriculture practices of sustainability and regeneration of the land. We shore up protected creeks and pastures to prevent soil erosion. No pesticides are used on the land and only occasional spot spraying of weeks — most are dug up by hand.

Soil Improvement

We follow a VA State Nutrient Management Plan in addition to yearly soil sampling to insure that the appropriate amount of fertilizer and lime are applied for optimal growth results for our diversity of forages, their roots, and the beneficial earth worms, soil microbes, and dung beetles.

Beef Quality Assurance

Lund Angus Farm is certified BQA (reg #VA 13373, #VA13374). Vaccinations are given to prevent disease and in the proper location so as not to cause blemishes or bruising in the beef. Stress free and behavioral principles of safe and humane handling of the cattle have been implemented (Temple Grandin method). It is rare that we need to use antibiotics, if the cow is suffering, an antibiotic will be given in the appropriate area and documented.

Wildlife & Pollinators

Separate areas on the farm have been set aside for the exclusive use of wild life and pollinators (bees and butterflies). These areas have water, shrubs, grasses, trees and wild flowers to support the deer, fox, turkey, rabbits, hawks and owls. These habitats encourage an increase in the quail, bee and butterfly populations.