Our most popular is our ground beef at $8.50 lb. We sell a 7.5 lbs Ground Beef Bundle for $63.75 Most customers reorder soon afterwards for an 15lb Bundle for $127.50 and then order an even bigger bundle!
Warning... you will not purchase ground beef from your local grocery or health food store after eating our local clean beef !
Healthy Soil, Healthy Food,
2nd Most Popular
Limited Quarter Shares of Beef
We will start to take orders in March 2024!
Pricing TBA Hanging Weight
John and I are offering Beef Up Your Freezer with the option of the Lazy JM Ranch Beef Bundles
Keto/Whole 30/Code Red: Ground Beef 7.5lbs /$63.75
Family Bundle: 15lbs Ground Chuck, 3.5lbs Roast, 5lbs of Steak Cuts...$250.00
1 Brisket, 1 Tritip, or Prime Rib/ Pricing Subject to Weight of Cut
Our Farm Stand is now open by appointment only. But, Please watch for Pop Up Farm Stand Open Days! Appointment only is now from September to May. Lazy JM Ranch currently serves 60+ local families. We provide ground beef, honey and farm fresh eggs all year long. Beef bundles, quarters, and halves are offered seasonally to our valued customers. Thank you for supporting your Local Regenerative Ranchers. We are stewards of the land, animals and our customers. Healthy Soil,
Healthy Food, Healthy People
Mobbs are Kicking the Hay Habit with the help of Lost Rivers Grazing Academy! When we made the decision to become regenerative ranchers, we made the decision to Kick the Hay Habit! John and I have read this book front and back and back to front. Jim Gerrish is a featured speaker at the Academy. He is the grazing lands consultant of American Grazing Lands Services LLC of May, Idaho. Gerrish, formerly of the University of Missouri’s Forage Systems Research Center, writes grazing columns for Stockman Grass Farmer and On Pasture and has authored books on management-intensive grazing and Kick the Hay Habit. You won’t find anyone with more practical experience in forage management and livestock grazing than Jim. Yep, John and Travis-Jessie Mobbs are hanging with Jim Gerrish for 4 days. Yes, we feel very blessed. Thank you, Maggie Gentert for suggesting this book to me.
John and I implemented rotational/paddock grazing in 2019. We place our herd in a paddock/cell for 1-2 days. The soil health improves when a herd graze a small area for a short time. The soil is fertilized by the urine and feces. The hooves of the animal trample the litter. This feeds the life of the soil, not chemicals. The water holding capacities increase. Just take a look at our green pastures. Also, our Honey Bee health is directly linked to this best practice. We also bale graze during the winter. What is the greatest benefit of bale grazing? The extra residue from bale grazing is increasing water holding capacity! Our pasture production may double or triple in production over the next 5 years. What good is the seed or forage without water? Yep, we are totally committed to bale grazing during the winter months!
Honeybees thrive where paddock grazing is implemented as a best practice. Honeybees forage is constantly being regenerated when cows graze in paddocks/cells and moved frequently. John, our novice beekeeper saw this happen when the two Lazy JM Ranch bee hives exploded into 4 beehives. Our garden and fruit trees are loaded with produce, too! Our honey bees are bedded down for the winter. John added insulation to the top of each hive. They have plenty of honey to get through the winter. We patiently wait for our third winter with our honey bees. Sadly, we lost 3 hives during the winter of 2021-2022. Was it moisture or mites? We just don't know.We are committed to rebuild our pollinator population. Our bees/pollinators arrive April 23, 2022. We are excited.