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I often say that we are soil farmers and when I do I sometimes get funny looks. But it’s true! At the heart of all that we do is a commitment to making sure that we continually regenerate the land we farm on while producing the healthiest, most ethical and sustainably raised meats. Soil regeneration […]

Homesteading, Livestock

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For years, I’ve been searching for the right partnership to bring not just our meats but complete meals to your table. We’ve been fortunate to have the best customers on the planet (not kidding, y’all have become like family) but what I began to notice is that we were missing an entire demographic of people […]

Farm Store

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This Bourbon Caramel Sauce recipe is easy to make in 10 minutes and tastes irresistibly delicious drizzled on everything from ice cream to fruit, brownies, pies, cheesecakes, coffee drinks, and more. BOURBON CARAMEL SAUCE INGREDIENTS To make this bourbon caramel sauce recipe, you will need: HOW TO MAKE CARAMEL SAUCE To make this salted caramel […]

Holiday Recipes, Home Dairy, Recipe

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I am convinced that the memories my kids will walk away with are of their slightly insane mother doing things like wrestling loose sheep or frog hunting with headlamps on. A mom who let the laundry pile up but always had homemade meals on the table. And, the truth? I’m 100% ok with it. I […]

Farm Kids, Homeschool

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The short answer is yes, but I’ll explain, I promise! Unfortunately the idea of “hormone free” meat, like many other labeled claims commonly seen on meat sold at the grocery store, has become yet another buzzword and an incorrect one at that. But it’s not hard to see how it can easily be misconstrued; hormone […]

Butchery

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It’s been a bit of a wait but we’re restocking our dry aged beef again this weekend! To celebrate I’m sharing some of my favorite beef recipes, all featuring back-in-stock cuts available in the ranch store! Beef-and-Vegetable Potpie with Cheddar Biscuits from Food&Wine Give your usual ground beef meals an upgrade with this hearty and […]

Beef, Recipe

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INGREDIENTS Lamb Cream cheese Filling Jalapeños Toppings: (optional) DIRECTIONS Start by making the lamb mixture. Preheat a heavy skillet over medium-high heat and add the oil. Start cooking the onions until they’re soft. Season the lamb with all the spice blend above and add it with the onions and cook over medium-high heat. Cook for […]

Lamb, Recipe

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I might be biased but it’s hard to beat our grass-fed lamb – it’s deliciously mild with a melt in your mouth texture that’s spoiled me for all other lamb. We can barely keep it in stock so whenever it’s back I get excited, for our customers and us too! Since lamb is back in […]

Lamb, Recipe

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Fall is here and the colder temps mean I want nothing but warm and comforting meals pretty much exclusively. This time of year is also when I love to cook with pork; it’s fantastic for low and slow cooking and pairs really well with fall veggies and even fruit. Here are my current favorite pork […]

Recipe

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When you hear the words “certified organic” what comes to your mind? I think for many folks they picture hand picked produce and livestock grazing acres of green rolling pastures. They picture ecological synergy and conservation. Unfortunately, this is a romanticized version of what it means to be certified organic and for many small farms […]

Farm Store, Livestock

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I promise you (this time) that the answer to this question is truly not that deep, though the story of how we ended up with goats is kind of funny. Ryan (my husband, for the new folks) swore to me that we would never get goats. He found them to be just plain annoying and […]

Homesteading, Livestock