We’ve updated our beef processing options with three new packages for this year! Each of these processing options is included in the price you pay for beef. Remember, when you order a quarter or more from us, you pay a single rate, which includes processing costs, on the RETAIL weight of the beef you take […]

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14
Sep
2015

New Calves

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The 2015 calves have arrived and are all doing well! It’s a good day to be a farmer.

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29
Aug
2015

Almost there

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These guys will be headed to the butcher shop in 30 days. They are really finishing out nicely on pasture and some sweet alfalfa hay. No grain at all. If you have ordered some beef for this fall, we will be getting in contact with you shortly to arrange the details and get cutting and […]

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13
May
2015

Green Pastures

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It’s time for an update and some new pictures. About a month ago, the finishing steers and bull calves were separated from the main cow herd and put on some new, lush pasture a few miles away. Since then, they’ve been enjoying an all-you-can-eat diet of fresh grass and clover. This handsome little brute will […]

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05
Nov
2014

Hay For The Winter

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What does a grass-fed cow eat in the winter? Grass, of course. We are wrapping some delicious high-moisture grass hay to keep them happy and content.

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24
Sep
2014

The First Calf

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The first Thousand Hills calf has arrived! Amaryllis, a healthy Red Angus heifer calf, arrived on September 23, 2014, weighing in at 68 lbs. It’s a good day to be a farmer.

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19
Sep
2014

New Squeeze Chute

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After a long wait, the new squeeze chute has arrived. We’re getting it leveled and set up for AI breeding in the near future.

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13
Aug
2014

Grazing Waterways

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Grass growth usually slows down drastically in the middle of August, so it’s a good time to look for free forage in unusual places. Waterways between fields provide some extra grass. Some step-in pigtail posts and temporary electric fence are all that’s needed keep the cows where they’re supposed to be.

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17
May
2014

Spring grass

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Spring is here and the grass is growing nicely. It’s a good day to be a farmer.

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31
Mar
2014

Three More Heifers

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We got three more registered Red Angus heifers today from Maryland to bring the herd size up to 10. They all seem to be getting along well. The oldest heifer is bred, so we’re looking forward to a calf this fall.

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