As we continue to shine the eightWest spotlight on Allegan, it’s important to focus on the important role their farmers play in the region’s agricultural landscape.
In Allegan County, more than a quarter of a million acres are devoted to agriculture, with annual crop and livestock sales of more than $400-million dollars per year! One operation making a huge mark on the beef industry is Schaendorf Cattle Company. It’s a second-generation beef producer, focused on producing high-quality and delicious meat, with a philosophy of sustainability and a commitment to keeping the animals healthy and hormone-free.
From birth to beef, you know you are feeding your family the healthiest products possible with that commitment. Check the label when you are buying your beef products. You can find the Schaendorf products at D & W and Family Fare stores. Also, at the newly opened Bridge Street Market in Grand Rapids.
The Schaendorf Cattle Company also has its own store in Allegan County, located at 2518 130th Avenue in Hopkins. They are open Wednesday through Saturday. You can also order the meat on-line, which is shipped froze all over the country.
The Schaendorf family is launching a restaurant and brew-pub in Allegan that is set to open in September.