From the Farm to Your Table
Good selection of our beef
Stop by the house and ring the doorbell or call for appt
Everything we sell here, we've grown here. Come out and visit the old dairy barn, converted into a retail store. You can purchase seasonally available produce, forage-fed meats, honey, jams and syrups...or just relax on the lawn and catch the nostalgia of an era of self sufficiency, neighborliness, and a robust country-life freshness. We have no entry fee, how could we, we want it to be YOUR Ranch also.
We know many of you have a favorite pet. We can not however, with the exception of authenticated service animals, permit them on the ranch. If you bring your pet, we ask you keep them confined to your vehicle. Service animals must be authenticated and checked in at the store, leashed at all times. This is a year round working Ranch, with many food, ranch, animal, and visitor safety issues to consider. Thank you.
- Strawberries, Raspberries, Rocky Mountain Blueberries,Blackberries, see below, also how to freeze note on PYO page.
-- Field Trip Note. If you would like to bring a group to the ranch this spring, summer, or fall, we'd certainly enjoy having you! There is no formal reservation process, just check hours we are open for the days you wish. There is no cover charge to visit the ranch. If you want to do PYO berries or pumpkins, check out that section under the PYO tab. Remember the PYO minimum applies to anyone going to the berry fields. We can't schedule berry PYO ahead, it's very crop dependent and unpredictable. Pumpkins last friday in Sept thru 10-31. Calendar the dates you want, keep checking here and by listening to the phone message, (208-466-3860). Questions leave a message. Thanks.
PLEASE NOTE: At this time we accept CASH or CHECKS only.
Crops On Now, All our berries and Veg are non GMO.
Forage Fed Beef, grown here, available now. Freezer is full. Taking 1/2 orders also. LAMB sold out for 2020
Strawberries, end of May 2020.
Honey, always available
Raspberry over till mid June 2020, Blackberries late July
Rocky Mountain Blueberries, mid June 2020
Candle or Soap folks?? We have beef cover fat and kidney fat, $2.50/lb in approx 10lb packages
Sweet Corn end of July 2020
Beef and Lamb Bones, for Soup, Broth, ..$3.50/lb
Fryer Chickens ready late May 2020
Pumpkin Group and Family PYO, see PYO tab for 2020 info
- Gonna Leave this Sweet Corn note up FYI.
- Sweet Corn is so easy to freeze. Husk, place in boiling water 3-4 min. Cool in cold water till you can handle. Cut off cob. Place in quart ziploc half full, seal down to corn line, lay and spread out flat. These little corn bricks will keep in your freezer till next crop comes on. SOOOO easy, way good.
UPDATE DATE Tuesday Mar 3, 2020
Always Available At the Store-In-A-Barn
Honey, Jams and Syrups
Delicious jams and syrups from our own berries await you! The bee hives from our field contribute to the honey we sell on the farm, so the honey is not exclusively from our farm. It's not pasteurized, which means the natural vitamins and pollens have not been heated out of it. Many people have told us they find it helps fight allergies to pollens in our local area.
JAMS and SYRUPS: Sold out for now.
Small honey bear $5.75
Large honey bear $11.50
Honey Comb, out for now
1/2 Gallon honey $25.00
Forage Based Beef
Our Angus Beef are grown right here at the ranch without hormones, antibiotics, or meat-based protein. The calves are grown here on our pasture until weaned, and are then moved to their own pasture. When the grass slows down we supplement with alfalfa and grass hay and other forages. They're harvested when mature, and no longer cute, and available whole, 1/2, 1/4, or as individual packaged cuts. The quality is superb! A note about "grass fed". This is referring to the concept of feeding the animals their natural diet of forage, not high concentrate grain. Remember corn is a grass, and technically corn fed could be construed to be grass fed. Know your source. What we have discovered is that a forage based diet allows the rumen to function normally, the animal to grow normally, and the nutritional composition of the meat to be better for us. Enjoy.
Whole, $6.20/lb, cut and wrapped weight in the box to you.
1/2 beef is $6.40/lb, cut and wrapped
1/4 beef is $6.60/lb, cut and wrapped
Individually Purchased Package Price List
T-Bone Steak $12.88/lb
Tenderloin Steak, (Filet Mignon) $15.85/lb
Rib Steak $11.99/lb
Top Round Steak $7.85/lb
Cube Steak $6.85/lb
Top Sirloin Steak $10.85/lb
Sirloin Tip Roast $8.25/lb
Tri Tip $7.99/lb
Rump Roast $7.25/lb
Sliced Shank $5.90/lb
Short Ribs $5.90/lb
Ground Beef $5.49/lb
Chuck Roast $6.60/lb
Cross Rib Roast $6.85/lb
Heart & Liver $3.95/lb
Fat, Cover,$2.50: Kidney $2.50
Farm Fresh Eggs
Sorry no eggs for 2019
You normally see the chickens right behind the Store-In-A-Barn, scratching around their run.
Eggs are per dozen.
If you're making a special trip just for eggs, please call ahead to confirm availability.
All our meats are grown right here at the ranch without hormones, antibiotics, or meat-based protein. Our lambs are born in early spring and harvested the following winter. They are available as individual cuts such as butterfly lamb chops, boneless leg, etc. It's best to stock up when we open in May because we usually sell out by mid-summer!
Whole lamb is $7.70/lb cut and wrapped weight in the box to you
Individual cuts are:
Butterfly Loin Chops $13.50/lb
Boneless Leg $8.25/lb
Tongue, Liver $2.50/lb