Small family farm raising beef cattle, horses, chickens and kids. We strive to the highest humane standards. We love all of our animals for the entire time we have them. We produce natural Pastured Beef and natural 100% Grass-Fed beef. We also have plans for an organic garden and eggs next summer. We will occasionally have pork products for sale as well.

Listing last updated on Mar 27, 2013

All Natural Grass Fed Beef, Pastured Beef, Small Family Ranch in South Central Iowa. Horses and Cattle for sale.

Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2000

# of Shares:  10

Full Share:  Beef Share (Enough meat for a family of 4 for a YEAR) $1250/Year (includes processing) This is a HALF of a beef.

1/2 Share:  $750/Half Beef Share (Typical family of 2 for an entire YEAR, includes processing) This is a QUARTER of a beef.

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

At the Farm call and we will meet you and give you directions

Schedule and Location:

At the Ranch, call ahead and we will give you directions.

Latest Reviews

We have been very happy with our first order of all grass fed beef. Dealing with Shanen was such a pleasure and she was very quick to get back to us whether by email or phone.... [more]

What we love about buying beef from the Ebersole Cattle Co. is the personal attention and tailoring to our needs. They ask what cuts we are interested in and if we prefer grass fed or partially corn fed.... [more]

I am a huge beef fan, I love me a good steak! We recently bought a half cow from Ebersole Cattle Co and it is soooo good. The first thing we tried was the ground beef in spaghetti sauce, and we ended up not even adding any spices because the beef was so flavorful - I have honestly never tasted such tasty beef!

We've had experience with grass-fed cows before, and weren't overly happy with the taste, but Ebersole beef is certainly different.... [more]

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Baby its COLD outside


Well, we avoided the weather for an extra month.  But Mother Nature shure wolloped us this weekend.  She blew in 30 degrees colder with blizzard conditions. 

So when most people were snug inside staying toasty - most of us farmers & ranchers were outside taking care of the livestock.... [more]

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