We sell natural, 100% grass fed beef from two family run operations on our Steveston farm and Back Valley Ranch near Cache Creek, B.C. Due to unprecedented interest in the natural beef, we have recently expanded our supply base through a partnership with Dennis and Debbie Keeping (Silverspring Ranch) of Savona, B.C. to bring you more of the grass fed beef you have come to love.
None of our animals receive growth hormones or antibiotics. We treat our cattle with respect – no yelling, electric prods or stock dogs! They are free to move from feed rack to pasture to dry, clean sleeping areas. Contented cows are happy, productive cows.
Our Beltie cattle graze on grass pasture here in Steveston. During the winter, animals are fattened on alfalfa from our Cache Creek ranch.
INTRODUCING OUR PARTNER RANCH
As more and more people have become aware of the health benefits of grass fed beef, we have found ourselves unable to keep up with the demand for our products. This has led to wait times as long as 9 months for our customers to receive their orders. Our own farms are now operating at their maximum sustainable capacity. In order to alleviate the supply shortage, we are introducing a partnership with Silverspring Ranch of Savona, B.C. who are now supplying some of the natural beef to our operation.
Located just a few miles down the road from Back Valley Ranch, and friends of our family for many years, Dennis and Debbie Keeping operate as Silverspring Ranch, another modest sized family farm operation. Again, cattle are raised the natural way, on good grass, lush hay pastures and without the use of grain to finish. Silverspring grows some of the finest alfalfa hay in the area and in fact the province. Silverspring Ranch runs a productive cross bred herd, with bloodlines from the Angus, Charolais and Limousin breeds. Animals are raised without implanting hormones, feeding antibiotics and all stock are free to roam as cattle were meant to be. We thank Dennis and Debbie for joining our grass fed beef program and for their great animal husbandry practices!
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