Type: Beef Cattle
Years in operation: 22
Annual revenue: 10k-50k
(Average over last three years)
100 Acre 5th generation family run and community supported Simmental-Red Angus Beef Cattle Farm. No hormones, No antibiotics, and non GMO. Certified BQA producer. Committed to community involvement, education, and Chesapeake waterway protection.
Inside the Farm
How is your approach to farming different than other farms in the same category?
Cattle are treated humanely and compassionately. Raised without artificial additions. Supporting and promoting healthy product for consumers.
How does your different approach contribute to a long-term profitable growth strategy for your farm and other small farms like yours?
Raising our beef without artificial assistance, and treating-almost spoiling as pets. Pre order of our product is one year in advance. Consumers can come and keep an eye on their future freezer inhabitant. Long term profitable growth strategy is in increasing production, decreasing predators, and utilizing crop production for self sustainability. Insuring the continuance of the family farm for the next generation.
How would you specifically use a Mortgage Lifter Lift or Mini Lift?
Equipment and supplies are always needed. Mortgage Lifter lift would be used to protect waterway run off. Recycling the cattle excrement in order to reduce, with the goal to eliminate water contamination. Head gates, cattle chutes, fencing, etc. Mini Lift would be used for barn repairs in order to further pamper the cattle and meat quality. Additionally to increase meat chicken production.
Please share why you are so passionate about your farm and/or farming in general.
Witnessing and experiencing our product from start to finish and knowing it is of excellent quality is personally rewarding. Providing a more natural product for consumers that is from a personal and hands on family farm. Having repeat purchasers every year. Constant and consistent compliments of our beef, proves we are doing a good job. Leaving a legacy for my daughter to build on when I'm gone. She would be the 6th generation.
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