Michael and Becky Worrell produce some of the best eating in South Carolina. Michael is a retired Clemson professor with a PhD in cattle nutrition and a specialization in pasture science. MiBek Farms Angus cattle graze all year on grass thanks to good land stewardship and Barnwell, South Carolina's Climate. The abundance of grass, hay, and plant fiber means no corn or grain is required for the marbled, tender beef. Dry-aging for 18-20 days increases tenderness, enhances the savory flavor, and removes moisture from the meat which reduces cooking times. MiBek Beef can be ordered online in individual cuts or variety packages at mibekfarms.com. Deliveries and additional purchases can be made at the Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market on Tuesdays. After the farmers market closes MiBek will continue to meet customers bi-weekly in Charleston and deliver their online orders to them at The Daily.


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