Eatwild – arizona

Our cattle graze in the Arizona sun all year on naturally occurring grasses, water and flowers while roaming millions of acres of ranchlands. We manage our cattle on horseback and rely on windmills and solar power systems to ensure our sustainable ranch practices. The result to our customers is a taste of AZ sunshine with every delicious bite!

What makes our company unique is that we own our very own USDA harvesting plant, where we humanely fabricate all our beef. Integrity and accountability is important to us, so in addition to being USDA inspected, we are also third-party verified through the America Grassfed Association.

We stand by our claims and want to assure customers that their expectations of what our beef is, can be trusted as we navigate through the grass-fed revolution.

All the beef comes from animals born and raised on the ranch, spending their days in range pastures grazing on native grasses and browse, as well as irrigated pastures. Cattle are handled quietly from horseback and are processed locally at Perkinsville Processing in Chino Valley, an ADA-inspected slaughter facility. Beef is available on the hoof; whole, or half carcass. Individual cuts are for sale at the ranch, delivered locally and at the Prescott Farmers Market, Chino Valley Farmers Market and Prescott Valley Farmers Market.

All Broken Horn D Ranch Criollo beef is USDA Process Verified Grass Fed, No hormones, No antibiotics, and No animal by products ever, for the life of the animal. Kim is also a Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Certified Producer, further verifying the ranch operates by the highest industry standards for humane handling and care of the cattle. Dave and Kim are passionate about their cattle (and horses), and being good stewards of the land.

Chiracahua Pasture Raised Meats. Anya Owens at A Bar H Farms has retired from production. Josh Koehn, her business partner of several years, is now owner of the grass fed meat company along with his wife Tara. Josh and Tara are raising all the livestock on their farm in Kansas Settlement, Arizona. The name has changed but our products have not. They remain beef, lamb, whole roasting chickens, eggs and holiday turkeys. Whole and half beeves and whole lambs are available along with the individual beef and lamb cuts.

Date Creek Ranch, established in 1966, is a family-owned and operated working cattle ranch in the middle of the Sonoran and Mojave deserts. Our cattle are born and raised on the land, working with us to better our soil and ecosystem. We have grass-fed and grass-finished beef, pastured chicken, pastured pork, and grass-fed lamb available online for delivery each month.

Our cattle forage for their own feed all through the year, and when selling time comes they are finished on irrigated pasture. They have never—and will never—know a feedlot or taste grain, soy or corn. Antibiotics and hormones have no place on our ranch because of our healthy and practiced grazing methods. We work hand-in-hoof with our animals to sequester carbon, keep a nutrient-dense soil, and provide Arizona families with rich flavor and quality you can trust.

We direct market via wholesale to restaurants and resorts as well as to our community members through our CSA program, our Cow-Pooling Program and at farmers markets in Tucson, Phoenix and Gilbert. We are Animal Welfare Approved and committed to a healthy and wholesome relationship between our animals and our customers: we emphasize humane treatment and do all of our slaughters in a low-stress environment right on the ranch.

Highland beef is naturally lower in fat and cholesterol, while still tender and delicious. Your beef is born, raised, and butchered here. They get natural grazing in the picturesque mountains and canyons, additional alfalfa hay, fresh mineral spring water and of course that gorgeous Arizona sunshine. There is no GMO, corn, antibiotics or growth hormones. Guaranteed.

The Larder Meat Co. is a subscription-based farm meat delivery service. Larder Club subscribers receive a monthly delivery of pork, beef, and chicken sourced from small ranches on the Central Coast of California (every product is labeled with the farm it came from). We buy whole animals (always pasture raised, antibiotic and hormone free) and divide them equally among our subscribers.

Our beef is harvested on the ranch and processed at a local USDA processing facility. All our meat is flash frozen immediately after processing and shipped to you within the month. Our sourcing standards ensure you are buying from ranchers who care about how their animals are raised and who care about providing your family with healthy, ethically-raised meat.

As sixth generation ranchers in Southeastern Arizona, we make it our priority to raise superior quality range-raised beef. Our cow/calf operation passed down through the ages allows us to trace back our herd over 100 years earlier to the original cattle ranch purchased by our family who came here by wagon from Texas in the early 1900s. This means that not only are we claiming quality on “this beef,” but on a long line of cattle over the generations.

Because of the strong immune systems these cows develop being in their natural element, consuming a large variety of grasses, plants, weeds, and browse acceptable to their pallet and beneficial to their diet, and dwelling with equally healthy cattle also means that not only are antibiotics not used but not needed! These things make up what we like to call, the range-raised difference.

Susieville Cattle Company and the Thistle Dew Ranch are located in the Magical Mimbres Valley of Southwestern New Mexico. Our grass-fed and grass-finished cattle are raised on open range and finished on rotational pastures to produce our unique, lean and tasty heritage breed, Criollo beef products available to those who recognize their inherent benefits.

The Criollo beef cattle were first brought to the new world by Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to the new world. Our Criollo have a genetic foundation that was preserved through the years by the Tarahumara Indians residing in the Moris River Region of the Copper Canyon area of Mexico. These cattle have been found to still be genetically similar to those brought by Columbus.