Frank & Edna Foster, the founders of Linden Leas Beef, are passionate about serving their community. For the past 22 years they’ve been raising delicious, healthy and high quality grass-fed beef on rolling green pastures by the shores of the Northumberland Strait. The family business has a strong ethos and sense of duty to protect the land and the health of the people that live on it. Frank’s father, an English shepard stockman, passed down the principles that guide Linden Leas on their mission of stewardship. Their ancestors were raised on rich milk and beef fattened off the Northumberland country in England and they’ve transplanted these customs to Nova Scotia. The ancient custom of raising ruminants on pasture regenerates soil and connects people to the health benefits of nutrient dense grass. This rich history lives on at Linden Leas where you will find beef full of flavour. When you taste their incredible and juicy beef cuts you’ll appreciate the care that these family farmers invest in their products. Catch them in the beef mobile which travels to Amherst, Tatamagouche River John and New Glasgow or visit their farm.