GRASS fed . 14-21 Day Salt Aged . RESTAURANT quality . ALWAYS tender . DIRECT from the Farmer

We are also creators of fine Artisan Smallgoods & Beef Jerky, produced on farm in our licensed facility.

Celebrity Chef Matt Moran visited our farm in 2013 to film a segment for his series “Paddock to Plate” which aired on the Lifestyle Channel on Foxtel

Here at Grassvale Farm we are dedicated in producing the best tasting beef for you.  We love to eat great tasting beef too and know what it “supposed” to taste like.

Our Murray Grey Grass fed beef is rock salt aged and hung for a minimum of 14 days and up to 21 days in our HACCP certified Cool room, so we know the process the beast has been through from the day it was born right through to your plate.

Along with fresh beef we also create a range of cooked small goods and our own artisan style beef jerky (Wuk Wuk Beef Jerky) which is available locally and Australia wide – click here to read more.

Our small goods & Jerky is created on farm in our Prime Safe approved facility

We supply our fresh beef & small goods exclusively to Graze & Harvest– Deli Grocer in Lindenow, Victoria.

Here is a small snippet of the history of Wuk Wuk Beef

Over the past 117 years we have farmed cattle at Grassvale Farms at Wuk Wuk in East Gippsland. Our pastures are top quality and you can only grow the best beef with the best grass. The  14-21 day salt aging process  guarantees optimum tenderness and flavour, something the supermarkets don’t offer.

“Grassvale Farms” is a historic farm with organic practices.  It was named by Emily Treasure in 1900 and continues to be in the Treasure Family to this day. “

Where is “Wuk Wuk”?
Wuk Wuk
(Pronounced Wuck Wuck) is the parish where this highly sought after herd has lived for over 30 years in and around the lowlands and foothills of the Mitchell River in East Gippsland.

Wuk Wuk Beef is selected from our premium beef herd of Murray Grey cattle grazed on the best pastures throughout Grassvale Farms.

Wuk Wuk Beef are an Award wining farm




Murrays eating hay RGB