Black Angus cattle born and raised on our family farm
Raised on high quality pastures of Bermuda and Fescue year-round
No hormone implants or antibiotics
Harvested, Dry-aged for 21 days, then processed at USDA inspected facility. Each package of meat is cryovac wrapped and frozen on-site.
Our farm in Benton County was established in 1921 by my grandfather Grover Bagby. Over the years, he raised hogs, chickens, cattle and apples. My parents, Bill and Bonnah Lyn Anglin raised broiler chickens, beef cattle and milked a few dairy cows. Smoking hams and selling beef to the public was an ongoing part of the farming operation until the early 1960’s. Since 1972, my family and I have been dairy and beef farming. Our two sons are the fourth generation to live and work on our farm. Selling beef from our farm is another way to diversify our farming operation and continue our farming heritage for generations to come.