Pastured Kathadin Lamb
Our sheep are on pasture and are rotationally grazed through on our pastures.
About Our Kathadin Sheep
The Kathadin sheep are a well adapted breed and work very well in our Texas climate. The breed is resistant to parasites which makes them a wonderful choice for the farm. The mothers care for the babies well and the herd lives a very low stress life on the pastures during the day and a warm barn at night. Our sheepdogs, Gomer and Bertha have formed a bond with the sheep and serve as protectors of the flock.
Our sheep are on pasture and are rotationally grazed through on our pastures. Kathadin lamb is easy to cook and has a mild flavor compared to the more “gamey tasting” lamb.
-Our lamb is purchased by the share, which is a whole lamb or by the cut. (change phrasing)
-Cuts can be purchased at the farm or delivered. (change phrasing)
Pastured Pineywood Cattle
Our cows graze on grasslands with plenty of shelter from the dense forests, sunshine, and clean water.
About Our Pineywood cattle
The Pineywood cattle are well adapted to Gulf Coast heat, humidity, and parasites. The breed is the living, breathing definition of sustainability from their heritage of adaptability in the Gulf Coast. The ranch provides a natural experience for the cattle to roam freely in the wooded wildlife areas during the winter and summer months, and rotate pasture grazing seasonally.
Our Pineywood cattle are raised on pasture with their families until death. All calves are fence weaned close to their mamas to reduce stress.
We never feed our cattle grain of any kind. Our cows do what they were designed to do...graze on grasslands with plenty of shelter from the dense forests, sunshine, and clean water. Planned grazing practices provide our herd with fresh pastures every few days.