Back at the Ranch…
- Summer Event July 29, 2019
- New calves March 12, 2015
- Salatin Video March 5, 2015
- Centennial Farm March 5, 2015
- 150 Years February 12, 2015
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Calf Tours at the Nelson Ranch Please join us April 8th and/or April 15th 10:00-1:00 Bring your friends, family, and neighbors to see our newborn calves. We will drive you up close to the animals so you can see all the baby calves. The calves are very cute and there are a lot...Read More
All-Natural grass fed cattle free of additives, chemicals, antibiotics, and growth hormones.
Our objective is to provide natural ranch raised beef, “the kind that our families have thrived on for 5 generations.” All of our cattle are born on the prairies of South Thurston County in the spring and range free on our acreage.
We believe in being responsible stewards of the land and using sustainable, humane methods. Our sustainable methods include “rotational grazing” along the lush meadows of the Deschutes River, which not only allows us to maintain healthy pastures but also allows our cattle to graze on the most nutrient rich part of the grass
Bring your friends, family, and neighbors to see our newborn calves. We will drive you up close to the animals so you can see all the baby calves. The calves are very cute and there are a lot of them so it should be a fun event.
Since it is Easter weekend, we will have an Easter Egg Hunt on April 8th at 11:00 for kids 9 and under. Our Easter Egg Hunt is different than most because the eggs are hidden in the woods. Please bring something to put your in egg in, a basket or a bag. At the sound of the bell, kids will dash for candy and prizes hidden in the woods of our farm.
Come for the Calf Tours, the Easter Egg Hunt, or both. All events are free but we would love to have you support our farm by buying beef from us the day of the event. It is also a great opportunity to place your orders for quarters and halves for the summer/fall of 2023.