With the main herd at the new ranch, our home ranch looks slightly different. The only cattle grazing in the pastures are the calves that are in our grass fed beef program and are finishing out on grass. No bulls or mama cows. No baby calves. Just our grass fed business.
This has opened up our grazing potential for our grass fed herd as we are no longer rotating two herds here. The grass finishing herd has a lot of grass to eat. If we continue to be blessed with rain throughout the summer, I wonder if the herd will be able to keep up with the grass. It is a good problem to have, if you even consider it a problem. After last year’s drought, we just feel so blessed.
We just completed a big grass fed harvest. We thank our many customers who support us year after year. We also thank our new customers who just found us. They travel from Georgetown, Sugarland, Spring, Pearland, Tomball, and Bryan/College Station. We appreciate their business, but most importantly enjoy getting to meet them face to face at our ranch.
With the addition of our new property, we hope to keep expanding in numbers and filling our customer’s grass fed beef needs. As of now we are sold out of any beef; however, we are already beginning a waiting list for future orders. We should begin filling them in August/September and then through the fall.
If you are interested in securing an order now for a future harvest, please contact Lara DeHaven at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be more than happy to answer any and all questions you might have about the ordering process or grass fed beef in general.