Our Story

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Our family is dedicated to providing the purest form of meat possible.

We believe the best way to accomplish such purity is through simplicity. 

We are honored to serve a community of folks who take pride in the food they eat.

Our hope is that our stewardship comes out in the food we produce.

 

Our Animals

The animals on the farm roam and graze freely on native, lush grasses true to the Post Oak Savannah region of Texas. This land and these animals were created to interact through a mutually beneficial relationship.  One cannot survive without the other.  We’ve specifically chosen heritage breeds of lamb and beef that are well adapted for our region.  These breeds all exhibit robust health, a high level of adaptability and a unique flavor profile. 


Our Environment

We believe the animals play a crucial role in the health of our land.  Their presence makes it possible to convert grass to energy.  This energy comes in the form of meat as well as the manure that provides many beneficial nutrients and microorganisms for the soil and grasses.  We have observed that a ideal balance can be achieved with minimal intervention by the farmer.  However, it is the farmer’s sacred duty to understand and apply the proper methods to ensure the system is functioning as a whole.


Our Community

We are honored to serve a community of folks who take pride in the food they eat. Our hope is that our stewardship comes out in the food we produce.

 

The Ranch

 
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All of our animals are born and raised on our family ranch in Anderson, TX which is located in the state’s Post Oak Savannah region.


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About the Ranch

The biodiversity of the property is one we pride ourselves in. We are proud members ofTOFGA (Texas Organic Farmer’s and Gardner’s Association) and FARFA (Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance).

Our land management practices are derived from the the principles of the Holistic Management Institute. In addition, we hold the Lonestar Land Steward Award from the Texas Parks and Wildlife.

It is our great honor to see the land promoting healthy microbiology for our animals. We use a compost tea to enrich the pastures and promote natural processes for pasture development. There are no herbicides used on any part of the ranch. Ever.