Crawley’s Country Beef and Texas Bred Organic Beef, a division of DWC Cattle Co., specializes in grass fed, organically raised, Red Angus Beef, Chicken, Eggs and Honey.
Texas Bred, Texas Born and Texas Raised, on one central Texas ranch. All beef sold is 100% Red Angus with Red Devon influence. We practice organic standards in managing all our beef, chickens and honey—no hormones, no steroids, no antibiotics, no pesticides and no herbicides—but our cattle, chickens, eggs and honey are not certified organic. All cattle are grass-fattened on pasture where they were born. Cattle are not fed grain of any kind. The beef we sell comes exclusively from our herd of Momma Cows.
For over 30 years we have selected genetics for a quality eating experience. All of our cows, bulls and offspring graze freely year round in a natural environment. Our pastures consist of a variety of native and introduced grasses and legumes for quality finishing of all cattle.
Beef is dry-aged a minimum of 14 days, shrink wrapped, frozen and sold in individual cuts. Custom half and whole beef packages are available at times during the year. Whether our beef is picked up at the processor, shipped within the U.S. or delivered locally (free), our goal is to provide you, our customers, with the BEST BEEF and BEST SERVICE available year round. We group orders together from our customer base in Dallas/Ft. Worth metro, Waco, Harker Heights/Killeen, Corsicana and Austin for (free).
Our broilers and laying hens freely roam the same organic pastures as our cattle eating grass and insects. All chickens are supplemented with a Non-GMO/Non-Soy ration and we follow organic standards in raising all our chickens.
We are a family business and our goal is to provide you, our customers, with a quality eating experience, along with the knowledge that the beef you are eating was born and raised on one central Texas ranch, grazing and growing in a healthy environment on organic pastures as Mother Nature intended. We also work equally as hard to see all our broilers, laying hens and honey bees have equal access to the same pastures that our cattle roam on a daily basis.