Our Story

Started With A Purpose

Belcampo was founded with a purpose: to create meat that’s good for people, planet and animals. What started as one mom’s desire to feed her family the healthiest meat possible became a mission to revolutionize the industry from the inside out.

In 2012, the 27K acres that would become Belcampo Farm was purchased. In the years since, we’ve expanded to include our own FDA-approved processing facility, full-service butcher shops, and restaurants serving authentic farm-to-table dining experiences. All this, so that we can own the supply chain and offer our customers total transparency from start to finish.

Hear from our co-founder

Hear from our co-founder

“I made it my life’s work to improve the quality of these incredible products we love to cook with.”

-Anya Fernald, Co-Founder of Belcampo

Our Practices

Our Farms

MEAT YOU CAN TRACE—
TRANSPARENCY, START TO FINISH

Today, Belcampo Farms includes a carefully curated network of certified farmers committed to expanding the impact of our mission and transforming the food system, one farm, one community, one table at a time.

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Our Animals

CERTIFIED HUMANETM
CARE THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE

At Belcampo Farms and Belcampo Butchery, we employ low-stress animal handling practices and we’re Certified HumaneTM so you can always feel confident about the care our animals received. Fun fact? Our processing facility was designed by Temple Grandin.

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Our Impact

REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE—
FARMING FOR THE FUTURE

We practice regenerative agriculture, that means our farms are climate positive and carbon negative. Fun fact? We measured an increase in soil carbon levels from 2013 to 2019, meaning we’re building healthy, fertile soils that sustain and regenerate our land—and the planet.

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Your Health

GOOD FOR OUR ANIMALS—
GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH

At Belcampo Farms, our animals graze on open pastures and grow at a slower, more natural pace than conventionally raised animals. The result is meat that is higher in nutrients and healthy fats than conventionally raised alternatives. Good for animals = good for people. Win. Win.

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