'The Greatest Meat on Earth'

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Our Ranchers

Our Montana Ranch and Cattle Company Beef Ranchers

We carefully choose family ranchers who have a passion for raising high-quality grass fed cattle and fully understand the steps required to achieve a memorable eating experience with our exceptional beef.


Cedar Park Grazing

Kathy Panner always loved to work with animals, and decided early on that she wanted to be a farmer. So, 35 years ago, she started Cedar Park Grazing in southern Oregon, raising antibiotic-free beef and lamb on grass. Today, Kathy has come to think of her job as “pasture artisan.” Whether it’s planting stands of trees for shade, or using ash to balance the pH level in the soil after a heavy rain, the great flavor of Kathy’s Grass-Fed Grass-Finished beef has a lot to do with healthy pastures.

Kathy Panner manages her southern Oregon farm thoughtfully, taking such good care of the fields that a diverse ecosystem of grasses grows year-round. Her lambs — watched over by two faithful guard llamas, Maxi and Spit — graze on alfalfa along with cool-season grasses like ryegrass and plantain, which contribute a delicious, mild taste. As Kathy will tell you, having plentiful natural forages on the farm is important because, in her words, “grass is nature’s flavor.”


Rankin Ranch

Rankin Ranch has a long and rich history. The Quarter Circle U Rankin Ranch was founded by Walker Rankin in 1863. Walker was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 10, 1832. His boyhood and youth were spent on his father’s farm, and he attended public school until he was fourteen. The lure of the West would soon change his life forever. In 1854, at the age of twenty-two, Walker left home and headed to California making his journey by way of Panama and sailing into San Francisco. He was fairly successful in the gold fields of Northern California, and eventually settled in Walker Basin where he became a cattle rancher.

The little mountain valley of Walker Basin resides at the end of California’s Southern Sierras in Northeastern Kern County. Today the 4th, 5th and 6th generations of our family continue to operate our historic 31,000 acre cattle and guest ranch in this peaceful valley. Things may have changed a bit since 1863, but our family would probably say ‘not much’. It is still our goal to raise high quality, local beef for all of our customers to enjoy.


Cummings Ranch


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