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Our goal is always to raise the animals in a way that is as close to their natural habitat as possible. Keeping them on pasture with a great selection of lush grasses makes every day for them a good one. Our farm and staff show integrity when caring for the animals with respect.
We do our best to raise our own replacement heifers to minimize bringing cattle from other herds. This helps lower our risk of disease and sickness. Breeding takes place on the farm and calves are born into the herd. The calves are weaned from their mothers at about 9 months of age and are moved to a different pasture as a part of our feeder group. Our different groups are all rotated through the pastures daily to be sure they are offered fresh pastures and proper foraging. Our cattle take 20-24 months to reach a point where they are ready for market. Throughout each stage of the caretaking and handling of the livestock , the animals are treated with respect and care.
*Grass-fed and finished *Non-gmo *regenerative *No spray *No antibiotics or hormones We do not use synthetic fertilizers on the land. We do not use growth hormones or feed antibiotics to enhance growth or prevent disease, but we focus on animal husbandry practices that improve the overall health of our animals. Our concern for the health and well-being of our animals lead us to the conclusion that the occasional use of antibiotics, when a serious or life-and-death case arises, is in accordance with excellent animal husbandry practices and Biblical teaching of stewardship. The animals however would not continue in our meat program.
Watching the livestock graze on the farm in their natural state is something that is peaceful and serene.
The health and appearance of our pastures are improving through the use of rotational grazing and sustainable farming. The health of the ground helps in producing healthy animals. We have been pleased to see how our animals are showing the evidence of healthy grounds.