Our Land

We are proud to raise cattle as grass fed and grass finished, which means they consume grass their entire lives. Unlike other farms where their beef can be marketed as grass fed, but still can be grain fed for the last three months of their lives. We utilize intensive rotational grazing, which means the cattle are moved from one pasture to another every few days to ensure they receive optimal benefits from the most succulent and fresh pasture. Our grazing crop features a variety of grasses that include brome grass, orchard grass, fescue, and alfalfa, that are planted on certified organic soil, which are never chemically sprayed or fertilized. Creating a low-stress life for all of our cattle is the utmost importance.

Erosion Control

Erosion control is a process in which perennial pastures, usually a grass crop planted to produce forage for years to come, build soil through organic matter such as massive underground root systems. This growth of organic matter allows for increased water holding capacity and naturally improves erosion.

Soil Building

Nutrient cycling is a nutrient transfer process that happens deep under the soil. Root systems that are 6ft soil deep gather nutrients underground and elevate it to the top soil, which the grass then directly absorbs. The grass is then consumed by the cattle causing the manure to aid as a natural fertilizer on top soil.

Water Quality

Our clear and clean water quality is a direct result of the high quality soil we have built through rotational grazing. It is the root system that is responsible for soil building. Much like the tip of the ice berg, what we see above ground is only a part of the full structure, and the bulk of plants are not seen. Maintaining living roots in the soil year round is of critical importance when it comes to soil building.