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Pastured Products Directory – South Dakota

 

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The following farms and ranches have certified that they meet Eatwild's criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products. Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their products:


The Anoka-Butte Lumber Company – Marlowe Farm's is a small grass based farm located in the hills of Northern Nebraska. The Anoka-Butte Lumber Company was owned and operated by my family from 1936-1993. I am in the process of resurrecting it. Hogs and cattle were a part the family business.

I moved onto this farm in August of 2003. I raise cattle, sheep and pigs. All animals are raised on pasture. Cattle and sheep are fed exclusively grass and a limited amount of hay in the winter months. The cows, sheep and pigs are rotated through a series of paddocks. The pigs are fed varying amounts of grain depending on class. Sows and gilts graze/forage for the bulk of their diet with some corn fed as an energy supplement and to keep them docile. Growing pigs are fed a ground corn/soybean ration. Low-grain pork and No-grain pork are available upon request.

By keeping livestock in the pastures manure is spread evenly across the ground. What manure is collected around the barns is spread on my poorest ground. I'm hoping the application of manure to my poorest ground will in time make it some of my best ground.

At this time I only have pork available for sale. I do ship.

Anoka-Butte Lumber Company - Marlowe Farm's, Christopher A. Marlowe, 48412 907 Road, Butte, NE 68722. (402) 775-5000.
E-mail: marlowepasture@nntc.net. Website: www.anokabuttecattle.weebly.com. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marlowefamilyfarms.


Knutson Farm raises 100% grass-fed registered Black Angus. Our herd is exclusively grass-fed from conception to finish. We take extreme pride in the fact we use no GMOs, no antibiotics, no added growth hormones and no chemical fertilizers on our pastures and hay crop. We believe in giving the animals what they were naturally made to consume.

Our grass-fed beef has very desirable marbling qualities. One of the keys to our quality of beef is that we have performance genetics that finish and allow for processing around 18–20 months of age ensuring tenderness and flavor.

Our farm is located 1-hour north of Sioux Falls, SD. Give us a call to learn more about our operation and passion for quality grass-fed beef or to schedule a tour of our farm. Our website has pricing and package options. We deliver locally and will ship USPS.

Knutson Farm, Gary & Kyle Knutson, 45915 210th Street, Volga, SD 57071. (605) 627-9400
E-mail: knutsonangus@hotmail.com. Website: www.knutsonfarm.com.


Prairie Sky Farm Fresh Foods. We deliver to many locations in SD, just check our our "Locations" page on our website to find the drop point nearest you! Orders can be placed online for your convenience.

We are a young family that believes the health of the soil, plant, animal and man are connected, so healthy living starts with how we raise our food. We raise our Pastured Chickens and Turkeys on healthy pasture, supplemented with a locally-sourced, NON-GMO grain mixture. No antibiotics, hormones or pesticides.

In the pasture, our poultry are protected from predators and the elements by a portable shelter. This coop is moved daily to ensure a clean environment for the birds and fresh greens for them to eat. They have all the sunshine and fresh air they could ask for, as well as shade on a hot day.

We offer both whole and cut up portions of Pastured Poultry at fair prices. Visit our website to see what items are currently available!

COMING SOON: Pastured Pork as well as 100% Grassfed and Finished Beef!

Prairie Sky Farm Fresh Foods, LLC, Joshua and Sarah Lefers, PO Box 251 / 385 E Main Street, Corsica SD 57328. (605) 770-2989.
E-mail: prairieskyfarmfresh@gmail.com. Website: https://prairiesky.grazecart.com.


Prairie Soul Meats by Sand Ranch is located in Ashley ND, just a mile from South Dakota.

Home-raised, Grass-Fed / Grass-Finished Beef is available in 1/4, 1/2 and some smaller bundle options. Check out www.sandranch-prairiesoulmeats.com for more information and how to order.

Also available for bulk purchase: Grass-Fed Lamb and Pastured Pork.

Prairie Soul Meats by Sand Ranch, Cody or Deanna Sand, 10064 66th Avenue SE, Ashley, ND 58413. 701-357-7011.
E-mail: sands@drtel.net. Website: www.sandranch-prairiesoulmeats.com.


PrairieSun Organic Farm is located in Clay County, SD, and Certified Organic by MOSA. We focus on pasture-raised livestock that result in high quality meat and eggs. We raise pastured poultry, greenhouse vegetables, row crops, pastured pork, and fresh eggs.

We have been marketing and distributing pastured meats since 2008. We process our chickens on-farm in our certified organic semi-portable processing plant.

PrairieSun Organic Farm, Angela and Glenn, 46516 316th Street, Vermillion, SD 57069. (605) 638-0748.
E-mail: angela@prairiesunorganicfarm.com. Website: www.prairiesunorganics.com.


Rosebud Beef Ranch, a small family-owned ranch in south central South Dakota, can provide you with tender, healthily grass-fed beef in split halves, halves, and wholes.

Our management program starts by selecting cattle that are genetically capable of producing tender, tasty beef on grass. We use Lowline bulls (www.usa-lowline.org) on selected Angus/cross cows as the basis of our program. Lowline cattle, developed in Australia and served in some of their finest restaurants, are genetically tender due to their smaller size and shorter muscle fibers. Our Lowline/cross cattle are 20–30% smaller than our Angus cows, which means smaller meat cuts and a lower initial cost for you when purchasing a half or whole beef.

All of our grass-fed animals are raised strictly on our native and tame grass pastures and because of our SD winters, they are supplemented with our green alfalfa hay. Our understanding is that green grass and/or green hay are essential to producing the highest amounts of omega 3 and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in the grass-fed meat.

Our land is devoted to producing feed for our beef cattle. We became convinced of the health benefits of grass-fed beef in 2001, which is when we started our grass-fed program. Because of our tenderness and other criteria, the number of grass-fed animals we offer for sale are few but will increase over time.

Rosebud Beef Ranch, Dwaine or Susan Umberger, 29297 346th Avenue, Herrick SD 57538. (605) 775-2477.
E-mail: deumberger@gwtc.net.


Sunrise Ranch is a (ICS, Inc.) Certified Organic ranch. We offer organic grass fed lamb and beef as well as natural pastured pork and chicken. We deliver from the Black Hills to Denver and all places between.

Our livestock spends their lives on grass in the Black Hills and the Cheyenne USDA sealRiver Valley. They are never exposed to chemical herbicides or pesticides and have no antibiotics used on them. We raise Scottish Highlander cross cattle. These are a heritage breed that produce the highest quality meat that we have ever experienced. Our lamb is served at Delmonico Grill, one of the finest restaurants in the Black Hills. For a truly exceptional eating experience give us a call.

We also have a lodge on the ranch. We encourage you to come and see the ranch, and how we raise our animals in sync with nature. We also host “Where does your food come from?" Weekends. These are great family events where we milk cows, gather eggs and do a host of other activities.

Sunrise Ranch, Mark Hollenbeck, 27772 Elbow Canyon Road, Edgemont SD 57735. (605) 685-3376.
E-mail: markholl@gwtc.net. Website: www.sunriseranchsd.com/meats.


Tatanka Winds, once formed, will be an absentee owner's corporation. Shareholders of Tatanka Winds will have a one-time investment and then be afforded a continual supply of grass-fed buffalo meat. Shareholders will have the opportunity to harvest the game in the field, or request the animals be processed and shipped.

Tatanka Wind's mission is to restore the native vegetation to the Plains, and graze it with native game, primarily buffalo. Excess animals, young bulls not needed for breeding purposes, will be awarded to shareholders annually. All buffalo will be grass fed with no feed grains added and no feedlot confinement. More information is available on the website.

Tatanka Winds, Robert Carr, 402 2nd Avenue W, Lemmon SD 57638. (605) 374-7265.
E-mail: marcroc@sdplains.com. Website: www.tatankawinds.com.


Thankful Harvest is a grass-based, organic farm applying organic management for the benefit of the consumer, the environment, the animals and the farm. If you grew your own food, we believe you would do it like we do. We supply 100% grass-finished beef; 100% grass-finished lamb; organic, pastured, free-range poultry (chicken and turkey); and organic, non-soy farmstead eggs.

We feed our crops minerals based on detailed soil testing so that the crops are able to put more nutrition into what the animals and the consumers eat. If the minerals are not in the soil, they cannot make it to the table. We feed our chickens organic flax which is shown to increase beneficial fatty acids in the eggs. We strive to deliver maximum human nutrition to your family's table.

We deliver to homes, food coops, and buying clubs in Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. We also ship nationwide via appropriate shipping options.

Thankful Harvest’s Tenderheart Beef, Tom and Kristi German, 5139 210th St, Holstein IA 51025. (712) 830-3281.
E-mail: tom@thankfulharvest.com. Website: http://thankfulharvest.com.


Two Plus Three Acres Grassfed Beef:

All Natural Beef that just says "No" to Drugs, Growth Hormones, and Grain.

Grazed from birth to finish on native grass, our cattle rotationally graze year round in a low stress environment and are never confined. We deliver live animals to local processing plants in our Central South Dakota area. Customers pay on hanging weight plus processing fee.

Two Plus Three Acres, David and Katherine Hieb, 20424 SD Highway 47, Highmore SD 57345. (605) 852-2554.
E-mail: dhieb@venturecomm.net.


Wild Idea Buffalo Company was started by owner, rancher, author Dan O'Brien. Wild Idea Buffalo Co. was conceived by Dan's environmental concerns and prairie restoration passions. By using the native specie "Buffalo" as a tool in those endeavors, not only are the eco-systems improving, but we are also able to produce the healthiest red meat available today. The buffalo are raised on two ranches, which are located on the prairie in the shadow of the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Our animals roam in large pastures and are 100% grass fed. They are never subjected to antibiotics, growth hormones, steroids or confinement. In addition to that, we harvest the animals humanely in the field under state inspection.

Wild Idea Buffalo Meat is lower in calories, cholesterol and fat then any other red meat or chicken available. Although we are a small company, we do supply like minded health food markets and restaurants that support sustainable agriculture such as Staple & Spice Health Food Store in South Dakota, Harraseeket Inn, Freeport ME; Heatland Cafe, Chicago IL; Vincent's, Phoenix AZ; and The Gilbert House, Gilbert AZ.

Wild Idea Buffalo meat offers a variety of cuts. Our product is frozen and shipped directly all over the country, via UPS or Fed-Ex. It is available by calling us directly or through our website. Please visit our website for more information. We look forward to hearing from you.

Wild Idea Buffalo Company, Jill Maguire, PO Box 1209, Rapid City SD 57709. (866) 658-6137 toll free.
E-mail: info@wildideabuffalo.com. Website: www.wildideabuffalo.com.


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