Daily Archives: April 21, 2018

Meyer Company Ranch… Montana, USA

This building is part of the original homestead of John Blair. Every building at the ranch has been restored.

Our Family at the Meyer Company Ranch. Checking off the goals for 2018!

Our Method

In our home, we have a method. If you’d like something to happen or if you’d like to accomplish something …then write something down.

Every January, The Butcher and I and our boys, discuss our goals for the coming year. Owning a   small family business means that every decision  we make will affect all of us. Together we decide what we would each like to accomplish.

Our love of travel and good food, combined with our quest to learn and see with our own eyes where our food is coming from, prompted us to add a visit to Meyer Company Ranch to our goal list for 2018.

Our Market has been sourcing All Natural Beef Products  from The Meyer Company for just over a year. The Butcher and I look for companies that fit in with our philosophy of  family atmosphere, small farms and humanely raised animals without added hormones, steroids or antibiotics.

We have been diligent in researching these companies and have been pleased to meet many like-minded individuals along the way.

Everything connects

Thirty years ago, Anthony began to learn the art of Butchery.

He started from the ground up and had many mentors to learn from and work with. Today, we are working together to take the traditional Meat Market to the level of todays expectations. Our customers are smart, well-informed and looking for the best quality to feed their families. This has pushed us to learn new things, to investigate and to become better at our work and better for our family. We are thankful!

Thirty years ago, Bob Meyer had a vision for raising beef.

Beef raised the old-fashioned way, right here in the United States of America. Bob purchased his first ranch in Montana and the all natural program started with twelve head of cattle. As with any business, Bob didn’t do it alone. His Ranch Manager Jim Phillips helped him realize this dream of  Red Angus Cattle raised the all natural way, on pasture, in the Blackfoot River Valley of Montana. Throughout the years the Meyer company has grown to include small satellite farms in Colorado, Kentucky and throughout the West. Ranches and farms that adhere to and share the same standard of excellence that Bob and Jim began. Many years of trial and error, along with much hard work and dedication  brought the culmination of a superior Prime Red Angus, All Natural Product. Beef that we can be happy to feed our family and proud to sell at Our Market.

 

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Montana Moments

Traveling along the Bitterroot Valley you will see beauty all around! Cattle grazing on pasture highlighted by the Bitterroot Mountains.

The theory that everything connects is perhaps the reason why I wasn’t surprised to find The Butcher and I exploring the Northern And Southern Tiers of Western Montana.

Being married to The Butcher and involved with food as a business has influenced our travel and learning in a big way. Our goal this year was to visit Meyer All Natural Company Ranch and track down where our beef is actually coming from.  In order to better understand the ranch itself, we decided to begin by exploring the space outside of it. The space  that encompasses a State which is  known for its wide open spaces and gracious people. A state that is steeped in history.

I do believe its time for another adventure~ Chowfancy!

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