About Our Montana Beef
Why Grass-Fed Beef, Anyway?
Overall, grass-fed beef is lower in total fats and mono-unsaturated fats, has higher Omega-3s, Vitamin A and Vitamin E plus other added nutrients, in comparison to grain-fed beef. When cattle eat what they were designed to – naturally grown plants – their beef has all the benefits it was meant to, with all the taste and flavor beef is known for.
Because we finish our cattle in the same hills and prairies they were born in, they participate in what is called “regenerative agriculture” where they naturally replace everything they remove from the land.
How Does Regenerative Agriculture Work?
As our cattle graze and roam they’re continually eating and pooping. Their manure is full or nutrient-dense organic matter that returns to the ground. In return, this fuels the growth of new grasses which avoids the need to plow or till the ground for a new pasture or another crop.
A solid layer of earth held in place by growing grasses keeps the soil from eroding. This also maintains a healthy environment for plant and microbiome populations. Plus, more grass means less carbon dioxide remains in the atmosphere!
We believe that grass fed beef really does have it all, and we invite you to be part of our dedication to quality food, health, and the environment!
Love For Our Animals
Animal welfare is a top priority for us. With that value in mind, we are proud to be a part of the national Beef Quality Assurance program. This certification acknowledges our dedication to proper handling of cattle with minimal stress and recognizes our commitment to using those practices on our day-to-day operations.
Support Your Local RancHERS
In each package you unwrap, you’ll know that we three ladies, along with our families, have raised that animal from start to finish with respect, care and attention to quality.
We have a combined 12 generations of ranching experience between us, making our story genuine and our product unique. We love what we do and are excited to share our personal experiences of life on a working family ranch with you—the joys, the hardships, and everything in between.