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Prairie-grazed beef
raised in Boulder, Colorado. 

Nourish your land. Nourish your body.

Our cattle graze on both public and private land. They are strategically moved multiple times a day to ensure access to fresh forage, and that our pastures have time to regrow. This grazing strategy produces high quality beef while healing and caring for our prairie ecosystems.

Beef with a positive impact.

We move our animals frequently and rest our pastures for long periods, imitating the way bison once interacted with the native prairie. As the animals move, they fertilize the land with manure and stimulate perennial grasses to regrow while building deep, strong root systems.  This grazing style improves soil health, sequesters carbon, and over time regenerates landscapes to a more balanced and native state. 




Grassland stewardship.

We are stronger together, and only in community can we bring back our native prairie.


We work in community. Through the Shared Learning Collaborative and Project 95, we've teamed up with the Humane Society of the United States, Mad Agriculture, Prairie Preserves, City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks, Ollin Farms and Boulder County Parks and Open Space to build a more resilient public land base

We work with the City of Boulder to combat invasive weeds like teasel, thistle, and pepperweed, which threaten the function and beauty of our open spaces and public lands. 


Blue Grama

Grama  refers to a genus of grasses native to the American West. When we see the return of grasses like blue grama, sideoats grama, big bluestem, and coneflowers, we can see our grazing practices renewing the native prairie while providing better forage for our cattle. 

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