Thousand Hills Ranch is a family farm working with livestock to replenish and regenerate the land. They raise their cattle in an ethical and natural manner on rotationally grazed pastures, without chemicals, synthetic fertilizers, growth hormones, or antibiotics in the feed, and without feeding any grain rations. Their grass-fed beef can be found at local markets in Morden, select retailers in Morden, Winkler and Plum Coulee, and at the farm gate (by appointment). You can order a whole or ½ beef, paying by the hanging carcass weight plus butchering costs and delivery. Smaller orders of beef are priced according to cut, easily viewed at their online store.
Dean and Tiina raise primarily Black Angus cattle and have started introducing Devon genetics into the herd for its excellent grass-finishing attributes.
The name Thousand Hills Ranch was inspired by Psalm 50:10, where the Lord says, every beast of the forest is Mine, and the cattle on a thousand hills.