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Know your rancher

These days, it can be hard to know where you food comes from, or how it was grown, or what’s in it. That’s why we think it’s important to know something about the rancher who is providing your beef, and to give you a little peace of mind when it comes to what you’re eating. Here you can browse the rancher profiles to find those who feel like the best fit for you and your family’s needs and priorities.

Feedyard owner Our family runs a 3000-head feedyard and diversified row crop operation in central Nebraska. We source our feeders from a variety of locations with a majority originating from the Intermountain West in Montana and Wyoming. However, we are opening to sourcing cattle from other areas and hope CattleMatch can help us with this! Cattle typically enter our feeding program and spend approximately three to six months on grain before being shipped to be slaughtered.
Cattle broker I run a stocker-backgrounding operation in eastern Kansas and work as an independent contractor cattle buyer for local feedyards on the side. I have spent most of my career traveling the livestock auction circuits in Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas buying and selling cattle for both myself and the feedyards I buy for. Always looking for weaned calves and stockers for sale in the Plains States and Mid-South!
Purebred cow-calf operation Our ranch is a purebred Angus operation located in central Montana. We run a herd of approximately 350 head of purebred cows. Calves are sold via private treaty and auction as yearlings and two-year olds. We offer approximately 150 forage developed bulls and 100 forage developed heifers at our breeding sale annually, in addition to our private treaty sales. In addition, we offer semen from some of our top-rated herd sires.
Ranchers: interested in selling your beef on ranchmeat?