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Mr. H.M. (Mack) Weatherspoon – Macs Grandfather – who instilled in his young namesake a great desire to one day own and live on a good farm. Papas farm was located at Bahama, N.C., known to the family as The Country.
BaldwinBeef.com Mac Baldwin enjoying the porch at the familys Farm-Direct Beef Outlet located on their Caswell County farm.
BaldwinBeef.com The Beef Outlet is open 9-5, Monday through Saturday.
BaldwinBeef.com Travelers on NC Highway 86 are invited to stop in.
Pressurized fountains provide cool, clean, well water in each pasture.
The Baldwin family is proud of their summer and winter grass programs.
BaldwinBeef.com Red River Crabgrass is the highest quality grass known for hot, dry summer grazing.
BaldwinBeef.com By August the Red River Crabgrass is ready for the steers.
BaldwinBeef.com The heifers seem to enjoy the crabgrass too!
Oakland Rye and Marshall Ryegrass; planting in September ready for grazing in November.
BaldwinBeef.com Starting to plant on Labor Day.
BaldwinBeef.com Aerating for new seed.
BaldwinBeef.com Weaned calves grazing the Oakland Rye and Marshall Rye grass are gaining 2.5 to 3 pounds per day.
Two of the four breeder houses which annually produce 1200 tons of the finest organic food for our grass program.
All this care is directed towards producing Baldwin Charolais Beef.
BaldwinBeef.com Our steers, close to finish at a 1000 to 1100 pounds, produce a naturally lean, rich-flavored beef.
Theres beauty year- round on the Baldwins farm…
BaldwinBeef.com and fall.
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