Our Purpose

Our purpose at Red Timber Ranch is to produce the best food in the world. We aim to achieve that goal by raising animals the way they were created to live. Cattle range on a highly nutritious, diversified pasture, where they are 100% grass fed through the finishing phase. We utilize Holistically Managed Grazing, moving the herd daily to a new pasture, to assure a healthy lifestyle and stable growth of the animal, creating better beef for the customer. Pigs are entitled to enjoy a far greater amount of space than industrial confinement animals, and are fed as much apples, pears, and forages as can be provided to supplement their grain diet.

We are constantly working towards creating a more sustainable farm, and while our journey is not complete, there is a clear vision of a farm that will rival any other for sustainability and regenerative techniques.

Thank you for visiting our website, and please consider Red Timber Ranch, your local, sustainable, high quality beef and pork.

Nick Frechen

(989) 383-0058

redtimberranch@gmail.com

 

 

Recent Posts

Eat Healthy Eat Local Festival

We were fortunate enough to be a part of the Eat Healthy Eat Local Festival in St. Johns this weekend! It was alot of fun meeting new customers and selling some of our fresh, never frozen bacon, and other USDA certified cuts of pork that we just got back from the processor.

Out on Pasture

We were finally able to start grazing this week! The cattle got out of the barn on Monday and went right to work as you can see. We will graze this pasture for 20 days, in daily rotations, before moving on to the next pasture. This year, we are working on a new program which … Continue reading Out on Pasture

Spring Greening!

With Spring right around the corner, Red Timber Ranch is gearing up for grazing season. We are planning to send the cattle back out to pasture on May 3, with exciting plans for an extended grazing season through mid-December with different techniques we have learned over this winter. We are hoping to harvest our first … Continue reading Spring Greening!

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