As a small farm with a heart for stewardship, we are always learning and growing towards a restorative agriculture. We want our land to be healthier and more fruitful for every year that we farm it. We see soil building and soil health as a foundation for healthy plants and animals. To help us achieve this, we utilize time honored tools such as rotational grazing and cover crops to help us raise good food in natural ways.
Local, family owned meat business (beef, pork, chicken (if I can catch them!) and goats occasionally); We sell 1/16 of an animal (20 lbs), 1/8 (40 lbs) 1/4 or 1/2.
The Ralstons have ranched in Butler County since 1867. Our goal is to deliver high quality beef to your home.
The Dale family roots run deep in Comanche County. For over 100 years, the Dale family has earned their livelihood from the land. The foundation for this longevity has been and continues to be our forage resources of native grass and alfalfa coupled with a commitment to be good stewards of these resources. As we strive to remain sustainable, we understand that we must better utilize these resources through improved grazing practices and reduced reliance on fuel and equipment. Over the last few years, we have realized that letting our animals remain in their natural environment – doing what they do best, grazing – will be our key to sustainability and another 100 years for Dales on the family farm.