Bramley Mountain Farm's goal is to raise flavorful, tender beef, at an affordable cost, from superior genetics, ensuring our farm's future generations remain in agriculture. They raise belted Galloway cattle, from birth to harvest in their pastures on the farm in Bovina.
They don't feed hormones, antibiotics or animal byproducts. Their diet is grass during the summer season and home grown hay or baleage in winter. Animals scheduled for harvest are finished with whole corn for 90 to 120 days. Harvesting is done at a federally inspected facility, where the carcass is dry aged for 10 to 14 days, cut, wrapped and frozen.
Bramley Mountain Farm sells individual cuts from their freezers at the farm. Call ahead anytime or stop by Saturdays, May through September, 9 to 11 am.