About Our Grass-fed Cows


We’re working really hard to keep things simple.
Born and raised in the vibrant, oak-lined pasture meadows of Palomar mountain, our cattle feed and graze on what cows are supposed to eat – native, sustainable California grasses. After about a year, and once they’ve grown to the proper size and age, at their own pace, our cows are moved to our family-owned finishing ranch, where they continue to feed on even more native, natural, organic grasses.

Our cattle are a
Black Angus/Hereford cross, specifically bred, and perfectly suited for the mountain landscape. We work with our own genetic herd, and unlike some others, we process only steers, we keep the bulls for breeding consistency, and we do not use retired dairy cows. The difference this commitment makes translates to a more consistent, and incredible tasting beef on the plate

We’ve partnered with our good friends and local family ranchers who oversee 14,000+ acres of prime grazing land, and we retain strict control over the conditions, the feed, and the humane treatment of the animals through the entire process.

No hormones. No antibiotics. No corn. Simple as that. The result of this commitment is responsibly raised beef of the highest quality, unmatched flavor and many health benefits. It’s no coincidence that when we let our cows live like they’re meant to – locally, responsibly, and humanely – the taste is richer and the meat is healthier.

When it comes to beef, the simpler the better.