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Rosebriar Farms Promises 'Local, Healthy, High-Quality Beef'

Learn more about the business in this week's Business Spotlight.

Howell's Rosebriar Farms has been in operation since 2010. Photo credit: Bill Law
Howell's Rosebriar Farms has been in operation since 2010. Photo credit: Bill Law
Bill Law, owner of Rosebriar Farms, said his Howell business started in 2010.

He recently submitted information about the business to Patch. If you have a business and want to participate in Patch's Small Business Shout Out, you can fill out the online form.

How did your business get started? Our business has really evolved. We bought the old Mcgrain farm in the 1980s with the idea of residential development, built our home and grew to love the land. I bought a tractor to hobby farm and through a series of events (and my love of a good burger!) started raising grass fed beef.

What products does your business provide?
GRASS FED BEEF! We offer whole, sides and quarter animals of naturally raised beef to individuals, specialty grocers, restaurants and co-ops. We now specialize in 100% purebred American Wagyu (aka Kobe Beef).

What do you want your business to be best known for?
Our animals are humanely raised with no hormones or unnecessary antibiotics. I strive to raise them the way nature intended. So we would like to be known for local, healthy, high-quality beef.

What's your most popular service?
Our main service focus right now is providing beef that can truly be considered a farm to table service.

Why did you choose the location that you did
? We built our home here on the farmland, prepared the pasture and built a barn. It’s really the perfect location as we are living right on the farmland yet easily accessible. We are right off of m59 in the Hartland area.

For more information, call 810-923-3934 or visit http://rosebriarfarms.net.

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