Fertile soil transforms sunshine and rain into lush grass and grazing cows transform this into healthy meat while giving valuable nutrients and organic matter back to the soil. This circle is what healthy food production depends on, no matter what crop/animal is grown.

All our calves are born in May and June when the grass is the richest. Typically half of our young cattle are sold as breeding stock and the other half is for grazing for another one to two seasons until they are mature.

We differ from other beef operations as we do not castrate our bull calves and raise and pasture them as bulls. In the conventional systems steers (castrated bull calves) take longer to mature or are given hormones to make up for the loss caused by the castration process.

For you as a consumer, this means no artificially injected hormones in your meats and more tender meats since the animals are generally younger. You can taste the difference that our approach makes!

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