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Grass-fed Beef from Our Driftless Area Farm

Buy 100% grass-fed beef in bulk and save! Our small family farm south of La Crosse, Wisconsin, raises cattle on pasture following regenerative methods. We deliver to homes throughout the Driftless region of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa.

Family Variety 1/4

Lots of ground beef plus a little variety with roasts, steaks, and burgers.

$200 deposit. $4.85 / lb hanging weight (avg. 165-220).
Estimated total cost: $800-$1100

The Foodie 1/4

A little bit of everything. Perfect for creative cooks!

$200 deposit. $4.85 / lb hanging weight (avg. 165-220).
Estimated total cost: $800-$1100

The Grillmaster 1/4

Variety of grilling/smoking favorites + ground beef and hamburger patties.

$200 deposit. $4.85 / lb hanging weight (avg. 165-220).
Estimated total cost: $800-$1100

Our small family farm

Eat with an impact! Meat Healthier. Three generations of our family work on Champlin’s Sugar Creek Farm, and we work with nature, following regenerative practices. These practices begin with healthier soil — healthier soil means healthier plants, healthier animals and ultimately healthier meat.

Our beef is raised from birth on our farm with no use of hormones, antibiotics, or pesticides on our pastures or forage. Our cattle enjoy pasture year-round, and are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished. Read more about our farm.

How to buy grass-fed beef in bulk

Our small farm makes it easy to buy in bulk (1/4 beef, etc.)! There’s no need to fill out a complicated cut sheet — just choose your package, pay a deposit, and we’ll do the rest. We deliver to homes throughout the Driftless region to cities such as La Crosse, Onalaska, Holmen, Winona, Lansing and Prairie du Chien to name a few. If you like, you can pick up directly at our local butcher in Soldiers Grove, WI. Check your zip code to see if we deliver to your neighborhood!

Provide better food for your family, keep your money in the local economy, and support small farms for the next generation… all while buying in bulk and saving money!

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Farm News

April 1, 2023
Frankly, this is the best time of year on our Wisconsin farm. The snow is finally starting to melt as warmer temperatures arrive. We start preparing for all the work ahead, but the most exciting part is that our momma cows are getting ready to start having their calves.

Farm Recipes

April 27, 2023
I find as I’ve talking to many customers over the years, many people are looking for something easy and quick for their busy families and trying to find something new. I’m frankly surprised how many people don’t have a recipe like this, so I wanted to share the most common way I use my roasts. It’s extremely easy, but since we’re using a slow cooker, it is not something that you can “quickly” whip up last minute. However, it takes very little preparation and something you can do quickly in the morning before everyone takes off for their day. It’s so easy and, unless you have a large family, guaranteed to provide leftovers.

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April 27, 2023
This recipe takes a little work and if you don’t like getting your hands dirty you might want to use a food processor. But it’s really not that hard and is one of my go-to recipes for my hungry boys that they love and never get tired of.

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April 27, 2023
Depending on where you’re from or family tradition you may also know these as “sloppy joes”. Our family always called them “barbeques” so we’ll go with that. This is a simple semi-homemade recipe that our kids love and are really quick to make.

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Kind words from our farm customers

Not only do they provide a great food source they have created an extended community of people that shares the same values of supporting local farms, healthy lifestyle, and a desire to do what is the best for the environment.
— Jason (La Crosse, WI)
Champlin’s Sugar Creek farm is very open and honest about how they raise their animals. The conditions in which they are raised directly affects the quality, taste and nutritional value of the meat.
— Estie (La Crosse, WI)
We trust the methods Champlin’s Sugar Creek Farm uses to raise and care for their animals which provides a direct impact on the nutritional value and great taste of their beef.
— Glenn (Onalaska, WI)
The beef is DELICIOUS!
— Phoenix (Blair, WI)
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