The Lazy JM Ranch was established by John’s grandparents, Charles and Amelia and his parents, Jack and Lee Mobbs in 1972. John and Betty Mobbs, the third generation is committed to regenerative agriculture practices where our grass fed /grass finished beef are nurtured by nature. We do not use herbicides, pesticides, or grain on the Lazy JM Ranch. All of our animals are born on the ranch, except our bull. We are both Idaho Beef Quality Assurance certified. All animals are treated humanely. We only have happy cows. We avoid antibiotics, but if required by our respected veterinarian, we cull the animal from our beef production. John is the stockman, our cow whisperer and our novice beekeeper. Betty runs the record keeping, marketing and education. John retired after 24 years as a Registered Nurse in 2019, while Betty retired in 2013 after teaching young children for 34 years. We are life long learners and value regenerative agriculture education at the local, regional and national levels. In 2019, we implemented high intensity paddock grazing and added honeybees to the ranch. Our honeybees are so happy they have grown from 2 hives to 4 in one year! 2020 was a record year for our ranch from increased sales to being featured in the respected publication of Joel Salatin's, August 2020 issue of The Stockman Grassfarmer and the local publication, Spokane Living. We also celebrated our 40th anniversary with 4 generations! We have personally met Gabe Brown author of Dirt to Soil, Dr. Zach Bush -Farmer’s Footprint You Tube, Christine Jones PH.D., Dr. Templin Grandin- Veterinarian, Nina Teicholz author of The Big Fat Surprise. We are stewards of the land, animals and our customers.