Rotationally grazed and grass finished for soil health, animal health, your health and flavorful enjoyment! 

Cattle on our farm are provided with 4 things while they are with us: Pasture, Water, Sea salt/mineral mix and Hay in the winter.

We do not use any kind of chemical sprays on our pastures.

We do purchase young cattle from other farms to raise out and finish on grass so although we cannot  guarantee what they have been fed before we purchased them we can guarantee that for a minimum of 1 year while they are on our farm they will have ate nothing but pasture, hay and salt/minerals. We do put significant effort to try and source calves from other farms that also only feed grass and hay, but we cannot guarantee that an an animal wasn't fed grain early on in its life.


We believe in transparency, we hope this page is informative and we encourage you to ask any more questions that you may have about our management. 

Using the appropriate technology of lightweight portable electric fencing and the knowledge of holistic management we are able to move our herd of cattle onto a fresh chunk of pasture every day for a majority of the year! Did you know that out of pigs, sheep, chickens, and many more animals cattle are the easiest to contain and move through a pasture with electric fencing? All it takes is one wire!


This technology gives us incredible versatility to manage our grasslands in a regenerative way, mimicking wild herds of migratory buffalo and other large herbivores across the globe under tribal land management, sequestering carbon from the atmosphere and putting it into the soil where it brings  habitat to billions of microorganisms who filter water and feed plants that grow back to feed more cattle. 

Having this level of control in our management gives us a lot of options to make sure our cows are eating well and gaining good weight so that we can produce high quality, delicious grass finished beef. having control over what our cows eat when means that we can serve them up pasture every day keeping the grass close to its optimal stage of growth. This means happy cows and is also one of many things that set us apart from the experiences some people have had with grass-fed beef that where not as enjoyable as they could've been. Some people have had experience with grass fed beef that is from cows just set out in a field and set stocked (not moved around to fresh pasture regularly) and complain that the meat was tough, if this is you we encourage you to give our beef a try, we think you will like it!