Ash Creek Ranch

Ash Creek Ranch was homesteaded by two families in 1880. They chose this beautiful land for the fertile farm land, plentiful forage, mild climate, and free-flowing irrigation water from Ash Creek and Mulberry Spring. They maximized the natural resources by building rock homes, rock fences and gravity flow irrigation ditches. Their original production of forage crops, corn, vegetables and cattle supported the families for many years.

Throughout the years other families have followed the example of the original homesteaders by continuing to maximize the use of the natural resources and be excellent stewards of the land. These families continued to raise cattle and farm irrigated grass pastures.

In 2003 we were able to call Ash Creek Ranch home. Our family loves to go on afternoon rides in the “Mule” exploring these diverse and beautiful lands. We continue the work of the families before to protect the land, conserve water, and raise premium quality beef. We believe by caring for our environment we will be able to continue this legacy for many years to come.


Listing last updated on Apr 29, 2006

At Ash Creek Ranch we raise Black Angus Cattle. These cattle are selected for their genetics, performance, and beef quality. Our cattle are born and raised on the ranch. At six to nine months the calves are weeened and will continue to eat natural forage with supplemental mineral, protein, salt, vitamins and lots of clean, fresh water. When the calves weigh between 750 - 800 pounds they are switched to a high corn diet. This continues for 120 - 140 days to finish the cattle.

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