Beef Soup Bones
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Beef soup bones from our Nebraska Farm
Perfect for that stew you have been wanting to make! Slow cooked is best for these, as it brings out the collagen and extra nutrients from the bones with a little bit of meat. Cooking these low and slow also lets the meat fall off the bones.
Home grown Nebraska Beef. Grain Finished, No Added Hormones, Vacuum Packaged, Dry Aged 14 days, Each USDA Inspected,
3-4 pounds soup bones
3 T apple cider vinegar
3 stalks of celery
3 carrots, chopped
1 onion, chopped
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 t sea salt
1 t peppercorns
2 bay leaves
2 t thyme
2 t parsley
18-20 c cold water (enough to cover all the bones)
Combine all into a crockpot and cook on low for 12-24 hours.
3-4 hours before wanting to eat the soup, shred the meat (should be falling off the bones)
Add 2-3 diced potatoes and 4-5 carrots cut thick.
Cook on low for another 3-6 hours and serve hot.
About 76 Cattle Co
We provide delicious, local, farm raised, grain finished, affordable beef. Directly from the farm to your table.
We use our cattle to improve our cropping soils, fix carbon, and feed our community.
Our calves are raised without added hormones. We grain finish our cattle, but don’t push them to gain quickly. We feed probiotics to aid calves in maintaining health, instead of antibiotics. Our calves spend less time on the trailer, reducing stress and boosting quality of beef.
Our beef contains nothing extra and comes from one animal at a time instead of large groups. It is dry aged 14 days before being frozen to maintain freshness. You can rest assured the beef you buy has been raise respectfully and with tender loving care by us from birth to your freezer.
We strive to take care of what has been entrusted to us, both animal and land. We steward and care for both land and animal, by making sure nutritional needs are met, from the soil up, to bring you the best wholesome product we can. All while creating a sustainable foundation for generations to come.
We are the 4th generation on the family farm. We are raising our kids on the farm teaching them how to properly care for animals and crops. Currently, 2 generations work daily together to tend the diverse farm operation, with the 3rd generation tagging along whenever they can.
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