Grass is what cattle were designed to eat, and that’s what our cattle get. But not all grass is the same. Cattle generally will gain weight and fatten better on annual forages than perennial grasses. This is why we reserve a small amount of annual pasture to concentrate our finishing cattle on. We also allow the cattle enough time to reach their true potential rather than harvesting them before they are finished. We only harvest our cattle off of the best grass and never allow them to lose weight at any time. These methods ensure that the beef you purchase tastes great and is good for you.
We use rotational grazing to get the most out of our pastures. In this method the cattle graze one paddock or section at a time until they graze it to a certain point. Then the cattle are allowed to graze another paddock while the previous one regains growth.
Our pastures consist of native perennial grasses as well as winter and summer annuals that we reserve for our finishing class of cattle.
We supplement with hay in the winter or in drought. Contact us with any other questions you may have.