"Our families take great pride in knowing that we are providing our neighbors with high-quality protein in the most sustainable way possible."
Cattle farmers, like us, are dedicated to caring for our animals and the land every day of the year.
Our cattle farm supports a healthy, stable ecosystem. Through our grazing management practices, the cattle act as land stewards by stimulating the soil with their hooves and grazing forages to maximize photosynthesis. The grasslands remove carbon from the atmosphere, storing it in the soil. Our cattle grazing management practices accelerate the carbon storage process in the soil which assists in offsetting greenhouse gas emissions, bringing us closer to climate neutrality. We also work with government agencies like Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources to ensure our practices align with public land goals.
Along with raising cattle, we’re sportsmen—like many in Wisconsin—who benefit from an abundance of healthy wildlife. Our sustainable cattle-raising practices—like our focus on promoting strong, nutrient-dense soil and pastures – create diverse plant life and maintains habitat for countless wildlife species.
Our families take great pride in knowing that we are providing our neighbors with high-quality protein in the most sustainable way possible.
Consumers should feel good about eating beef, knowing it is produced on farms just like ours, by people just like us, all across America.
-Jerry Huth & Josh Scharf
Cows are bred and calves are born and raised every year on cow-calf farms and ranches, spending time grazing on grass pastures within sight of their mothers.
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