Grass Fed, Pasture Raised, Scottish Highland Beef.
If you would like information about purchasing a side or mixed quarter of beef, please phone Kim at 406-422-7749 or Jim at 814-571-4419 or fax 800-887-2807 and leave a message. We will contact you with a price list and the next available delivery date. Or check our price list at:
Scottish Highland Livestock are also for sale.
Winter feeding can be fun! Watch... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PSTd5JojS8
Enjoying fresh hay keeps the Highlanders happy in Happy Valley...
Check out the following links for additional information and helpful resources.
This web site gives helpful information about the benefits of Grass Fed Beef, and locates farms in your area.
American Highland Cattle Association (AHCA)
The American Highland Cattle Association (AHCA) is dedicated to preserving the integrity of the breed, maintaining an American breed registry and assisting its members in creating value with their animals.
Mid-Atlantic Highland Association (MAHA)
The Mid-Atlantic Highland Association (MAHA) was founded in 1989 as one of the regional associations affiliated with the American Highland Cattle Association (AHCA). The primary goal of the founders of MAHA was to promote the marketing of Highland cattle. From the beginning MAHA has been an active regional association.
Highland Premium Beef
The Reluctant Gourmet claims Beef that comes from Highland cattle is superior in flavor, tenderness and cooking. Highland (sometimes called Scottish Highland) is a distinct breed of cattle that are generally smaller than Angus and unique in their looks because of their long hair and horns. It is one of the oldest purebred cattle breeds in the world, extremely hardy and first developed on the cold north Atlantic coast of Scotland.
Tips for cooking Grass Fed Beef
Bergenblick Highland Farm
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Take the family to a nearby corn maze.