We're so happy you're here! Welcome to our family.
We're proud to offer you 50% Red Wagyu beef at an affordable price. We are confident that once you have Duxbury Beef, you'll never go back.
The Duxbury Difference
The beef from Duxbury Beef is from 50% Red Wagyu animals. Let us tell you why that's the only way to go!
- Wagyu beef is high in monounsaturated fats. They help reduce cholesterol and can lower risk for heart disease.
- Wagyu beef also contains omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Fatty acids can aid in lowering the risk of heart disease, cancer and Alzheimers.
- The monounsaturated fat is good for your health and great for your tastebuds. Duxbury Beef is so richly delicious, you'll think we injected it with butter.
- Beef is one of the purest and most natural forms of protein and iron you can find. The body needs both of these for healthy muscles, healthy blood, and high energy throughout the day.
Follow along with us as we share family news, recipes, and life on the ranch.
Three years ago, I only bought beef directly from the grocery store. I wanted to be able to buy in quarter quantities but didn’t want to invest that much money for meat that was coming from someone I didn’t know or trust. Just by happenstance a customer of mine connected me to Adam and we started talking. He educated me on his cattle, how they are finished, how they are treated, and it was obvious he was passionate about raising beef the right way. Since then, in the last 3 years, I’ve bought nearly 10 whole beef and it’s not because my family eats that much beef, but it’s because I’ve shared it with my friends, family and neighbors, and they too have gotten hooked on Adam and Dale’s beef. It’s a quality that different than you will find at a grocery store and just so you are warned, their beef will ruin you from being able to eat at a steakhouse because it’s that good!
- Alex Hofkamp
Duxbury Beef proudly resides in Wessington, South Dakota. Our ranch is on Dale's uncle's ranch. It has been in our family for 125 years. We love being stewards of the land and feel blessed to call the Great Plains of South Dakota Home.