While we aren't a large farm operation, we believe in quality over quantity. We run a select herd of just under 30 head of purebred, registered Belted Galloway cattle, influenced by breed standouts such as Sunnybrook Ubetcha (Platinum Lifetime cow) and Countyline Connor (a Platinum Lifetime sire). Our cattle are chosen to perform in the field with little inputs to produce top quality beef, as well as represent the breed well in the show arena. We have a small on-site farm market where we offer some individual beef cuts, (although we mostly sell by bulk 1/4s or 1/2s) and we are proud to offer our customers a unique product you won't find in the local supermarket, health food market, or in most of this part of southern Indiana for that matter. We are one of just a tiny handful of Belted Galloway breeders in this part of the state.
Fact: You won't find Belted Galloway beef in any regular supermarket EVER, even in the high end "health" food, or "whole" food stores. You will RARELY find it in specialty meat shops. Why? Belted Galloway beef is NOT a feedlot beef that is produced on a mass scale. It is is a one of a kind HERITAGE breed of cattle that dates back to the 16th century. It is known for its signature flavor and unique health benefits. Lower in saturated fat and cholesterol, it is the obvious choice for those desiring a leaner source of fresh beef. Sure, it may take a bit longer to produce and finish, (which is why feedlots prefer more conventional beef breeds) but our end product is definitely worth the wait. Check out the rest of our site to learn more!
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Not all Belted Galloways are created equal. When selecting our animals, we look for larger frame size, thick muscling, heavy bone and structural correctness.
The addition of Sunnybrook Brody and many other award winning genetics allow us to breed animals that not only perform in the pasture, but will please in the show ring. Brody is thick, square, and does not lack anything in that rear quarter. A 2016 bull sired by the Platinum Lifetime bull, Countyline Connor, he arrived to us ready to work and we will begin having his first calf crop early in 2019. We will have a small number of Brody heifers available soon.
We'd love to show you around, let you meet the animals, and explain the health benefits of Belted Galloway beef. Feel free to contat us to schedule a farm visit or check us out on Facebook!
We are always open. Best days to catch us here at the farm are:
Tuesday - Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Between busy farm life and homeschooling, our schedule is sometimes unpredictable, so if you are driving a distance, please call ahead. Farm market open most Saturdays, 9-4, closed for lunch 12-1.