Sustainable Farming & Ranching in Washington and Oregon
We’re a small family ranch situated on the border between Washington and Oregon, grazing our animals on range lands in both states. Our winter ground, where our cattle graze the steep hillsides from late November until the end of May, is about 13,000 acres. The elevation is 1,200 to 4,500 feet. Our summer grazing ground is on 35,000 acres in the mountains adjoining the winter pastures.
We operate with a belief that Black Angus and Spanish Corriente cattle can be sustainably grown in the canyons and mountains of Eastern Washington and Oregon. Learn More about our Beef >
We follow a traditional pastoral grazing system where riders herd cattle and monitor range country year around, sharing the natural environment with other wildlife.
How Our Animals Help The Land
Our cattle are different. Because they graze on the coarse vegetation which is passed up by elk, sheep and deer, our cattle stimulate regrowth that is then favored by those same animals.
- Physiologically stimulate the plants growth
- Control weed proliferation without chemical use
- Use grazing as a tool to improve ecological conditions