Grass Fed Beef Farm To Table

Experience Farm-to-Table Excellence with Oostema Wagyu Grass Fed Beef

The farm-to-table movement is all about knowing where your food comes from and how it’s produced. At Oostema Farmstead in Lynden, WA, we bring you the finest Wagyu Grass Fed Beef straight from our pastures to your plate. Our family farm focuses on ethical and sustainable farming, ensuring that our beef is of the highest quality.

Our Wagyu beef is known for its exquisite marbling and flavor, making it a favorite among chefs and home cooks alike. Whether you’re grilling, roasting, or preparing a gourmet meal, Oostema Wagyu Grass Fed Beef offers an unparalleled dining experience. Visit our farm or order online to taste the difference.

You can purchase it online by going here , or call at 360-815-1494 us for an appointment to come into the store on the Farmstead.  

You can also book an appointment here

We are located at 8402 Northwood Rd. Lynden, WA

We will let you know when your order is ready.  Please wait until we’ve notified you before coming to pick it up here on the Farmstead.


  Make an appointment for the Store

We respond to all purchases within 24 hours, Monday through Saturday, 9am-5pm PST. All emails received after business hours, on holidays or during the weekend will be answered on the next business day. 

While we would love to host all of our customers, only our registered guests on the Farmstead can visit the animals and watch how we raise our cattle.  To book one of our accommodations, go here:

Yes!! USDA Quality assurance and food safety are important to us

All of the meats are sealed and frozen.

 Email is the best method for getting in touch with us, we can also be reached by phone 1-360-815-1494

No, we do not require a minimum.  

Delivery service to Whatcom County with an order of $200 or more.
Serving: Lynden, Bellingham, Blaine, Birch Bay, Custer & Ferndale

We’re excited to offer convenient shipping services for orders directly to your doorstep. We’re delivering to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California.  Should you have any questions or need a shipping estimate, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re here to help

Oostema Farmstead Wagyu

 We ship on Mondays and Tuesdays. Since we are shipping a perishable product we don’t want it sitting on a loading dock or in a hot delivery truck for the weekend, and shipping early in the week lowers the chances of that from happening.

Yes, our beef is exclusively grass-fed. This means it offers several benefits, including higher omega-3 fatty acids, lower saturated fats, and a richer, more natural taste due to the animals’ diet of nutrient-rich grasses. It’s a healthier and environmentally sustainable choice.

We accept the following forms of payment:

  • Paypal
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Cash
  • Venmo
  • Check

Welcome to “Recipe and Tips”! Cooking Wagyu beef can be easy and incredibly delicious. To fully appreciate the rich and robust flavors of this premium beef, we suggest keeping things simple.

Our top recommendation is to season your Wagyu with just a sprinkle of sea salt and freshly ground pepper. It’s important to never overcook your Wagyu, so we advise cooking it to no more than medium-rare.

For more fantastic recipes and helpful tips, be sure to visit our page. Enjoy!



 Yes, we are a family farm. If you would like to know more please visit our About Us page.

No, but this is a very common question. Although all Kobe is Wagyu, not all Wagyu is Kobe. Wagyu is the breed of cattle, which hails from Japan, and is famed for its dense marbling and flavor. Kobe beef comes from Wagyu cattle that meet very strict guidelines and are born, raised, and processed in  Hyogo Prefecture of Japan, whose capital city is Kobe. Wagyu beef from the US could never be Kobe beef.

YES!! All our beef is 100% naturally raised and antibiotic
and hormone-free.

 Yes!! All our beef is raised on Oostema Farmstead

Oostema Farmstead  only offers vacuum
sealed because it keeps your Beef fresh longer in your freezer

 Vacuum-sealed beef will stay fresh in your freezer for one year.

Keep it simple! There are a million opinions out there on the
internet on how to cook grass-fed beef. Cook it slow, cook it fast,
sear the outside fast, then slow cook, reverse sear after cooking it
real slow, and on and on.

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