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Range Fed, Range Finished

We offer range fed, range finished Beefalo to central Texas. They roam freely on our land.  The ranch provides a low stress environment that assures our cattle are handled with care; free from growth hormones, antibiotics, and pesticides.  We do not supplement with grain or grain products.  Processing is done when the cattle are grazing and growing on green grass. This assures us that we provide tender and tasty beef from our pasture to your plate.  We offer free delivery to the Dallas/Fort Worth and Austin areas on large orders.

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A Different
Breed of Beef

4-6% more protein, more tender, flavor and nutrition for less calories, less fat and cholesterol than other breeds of cattle, chicken or even cod. Beefalo has the same nutritional value as bison and is the only red meat recognized by the American Heart Association. Additionally, research by the Mayo Clinic has shown Beefalo to have lower LDL. It truly is a different kind of beef.





Texas and southwestern cattle raiser association

Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, Inc., is an organization established in 1877 by forty Texas cattlemen for the purpose of combating unbridled livestock theft. The association headquarters is located in Fort Worth.

American Beefalo Association

The American Beefalo Association, ABA, is a collection of the nation's authority figures of the Beefalo breed. Since the 1980's the ABA has continued to regulate Beefalo standards and drive development as a passionate member driven organization.

South Central Beefalo breeders association

South Central Beefalo Breeders Association in a community of Beefalo breeders in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, and New Mexico eager to promote the Beefalo Breed. We meet quarterly to share success stories, offer tips and advice, and brain storm new ideas to promote the Beefalo Breed.    

Eat Wild

Founded in 2001 to promote the benefits—to consumers, farmers, animals, and the planet—of choosing meat, eggs, and dairy products from 100% grass-fed animals or other non-ruminant animals fed their natural diets.