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 Hi guys I’m a chef , farmer/rancher . I live on cattle ranch in the Wasatch mountains of northern Utah where we raise Galloway cows for beef 🥩 I also raise pigs ,chickens and turkeys. Right now I’m working on a 7 year old cull cow from our herd ,  if there’s anything anyone wants to know or recipes they want me to test just let me know. 

 

 

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Welcome! Will be interested in anything you want to share, including photos of what must be gorgeous countryside.

 

I thought I knew a little about cattle, but I'm not familiar with Galloway cows. How many acres to a head up there? Do you just sell off yearlings, or what? What are the advantages of Galloway over Angus, or Hereford, or Limousin or Charolais?

 

 

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  Galloway cows are a Scottish breed related to highland they are very hardy and produce an exceptional product on grass only . Our cows are born on our ranch  and raised to 28 months on grass only  before slaughter.

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