Here at PBJ Cattle Company, we adore our cattle. As far as we are concerned, our cattle are part of our family. That is why we go to every length possible to ensure that our cows and bulls are raised correctly, and they grow up happily and healthily.
PBJ Cattle Company raises Angus Crossed with Salers and Hereford cattle. Angus cattle are a renowned quality beef animal and make for good mothers, weighing up to 1,200 pounds. The Saler cattle breed increases milk yield for calves and can weigh up to 1,600 pounds. Hereford cattle are also known for their high-quality beef and maternal instincts, weighing up to 1,800 pounds. These breeds create the perfect combo for calf production, provide wonderful moms to their babies, and all produce some of the highest quality beef in the livestock industry.
We house hundreds of cattle and few happy bulls here at PBJ Cattle Company. Our cattle are kept on-site at the Double Eagle Ranch operated by the PBJ Cattle Company. They are free to roam and graze on a nutritious, natural diet of protein-packed high-altitude grass, and they are never sent to cramped feedlots!
PBJ Cattle Co also works closely with local veterinarians to ensure that all of our cattle are receiving proper nutrition, stimulation, exercise, and vaccinations. We follow all veterinarian recommendations to ensure that our cattle are the happiest and healthiest that they can be!
Because we see our cattle every single day, they have become like extended members of our family. So, while we are handling our cattle, we treat them like exactly that — family. Our cows and bulls are not just numbers to us. They have names. We have come to love and appreciate their unique personalities, and we respect their individual preferences as much as possible. We believe that happy cows make for happy customers, which brings joy from our family to yours.
Want to know more about our cattle? We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have, and we are excited to tell you all about our favorite cattle! Get in touch with us today to learn more about about our high-altitude grass-fed beef!