There are so many meat choices and labels at the store, its overwhelming! Store bought meat is lower quality and often has stuff added. I get it! 

When we were away from the farm and had to buy store beef, I avoided it at all cost and our diet suffered greatly. I couldn't wait to get back to the good beef at home.

Hi! I'm Cassandra, wife of an amazing cattleman & farmer, mom of 3, and business owner. After dealing with several food allergies, I've gotten really good at cooking from scratch too.  

Shop our store to buy home grown delicious beef.

What our customers are saying

Shop our Meats
Skip the store and shop Local family farm beef shipped straight to you!
Click the button ⬇️

Ground beef, roasts, steaks, sides and bundles!

Get our free recipe book!
Get 10 easy recipes to keep your family fed and nourished. All have been tried and time tested in my own kitchen by my family. You'll also get updates on farm activities and any special sales or events coming up.

Leave us a Review on Google

 About 76 Cattle  

We provide delicious, local, farm raised, grain finished, affordable beef. Directly from the farm to your table. We use our cattle to improve our cropping soils, fix carbon, and feed our community. 

Our calves are raised without added hormones. We grain finish our cattle, but don’t push them to gain quickly. We feed probiotics to aid calves in maintaining health, instead of antibiotics. Our calves spend less time on the trailer, reducing stress and boosting quality of beef. 

Our beef contains nothing extra and comes from one animal at a time instead of large groups. It is dry aged 14 days before being frozen to maintain freshness. You can rest assured the beef you buy has been raise respectfully and with tender loving care by us from birth to your freezer. 

We strive to take care of what has been entrusted to us, both animal and land. We steward and care for both land and animal, by making sure nutritional needs are met, from the soil up, to bring you the best wholesome product we can. All while creating a sustainable foundation for generations to come.

We are the 4th generation on the family farm. We are raising our kids on the farm teaching them how to properly care for animals and crops. Currently, 2 generations work daily together to tend the diverse farm operation, with the 3rd generation tagging along whenever they can.

Meet the Crew
A family operation.

Jeremy Row

The 4th generation leader. 
Feedlot manager, operations manager.
He loves cows, and building a sustainable farming system.

If you were looking for Jeremy on the operation, you'd find him in the feed truck, walking pens, treating sick cattle, maintaining pens, processing calves, horseback when moving cows, fixing fence and equipment, cleaning bins out, planting the fields, irrigating, and harvesting the crop. 

In his free time Jeremy enjoys fishing and woodworking.
Cassandra Row

The coordinator. 
Usually has at least one kid in tow, coordinating all activities and helping where needed. 

If you were looking for Cassandra on the operation, you'd find her usually in the home front, maintaining records, inventory, social media presence & advertising, paying bills, and invoicing customers, packaging beef shipments, unloading beef. Occasionally you'll find her horse back moving cows, in the feed truck, a tractor, or processing calves.

In her free time you'd find her in the garden or with the animals in the barnyard, maybe reading a book in the cold months.
Jeff Row

The Experience.
Still hard working, but giving the advice and running the equipment.

If you were looking for Jeff on the operation, you'd find him in a tractor, semi, or at the shop. He's usually running the air seeder for customers and ourselves, helping irrigate, fix equipment, hauling grain to town, swath, bale hay, and harvest. 

In Jeff's free time he enjoys playing with the grandkids, working in the wood shop and helping his wife Sally.

Mike Row

He says he's retired, but keeps coming back to help.

Most days you wouldn't find Mike on the operation anymore. He still comes around when extra hands are needed blocking corners when moving cows, or occasionally hauling grain or driving the grain cart. 

In his free time Mike enjoys visiting his kids and grandkids, and walks with his side kick Barnaby.

The Tag-A-Longs

Using every chance they can to find a ride on any tractor, truck, or horse.
Ivalee, James, & Jenny

Question? Message us!
Obligatory Social Pages