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OUR STORY

Welcome to Ledingham Livestock & Meat Co., where we are committed to helping busy families conveniently provide the best meals for their families for peace of mind at dinnertime.

 

Have you ever run out of time to cook a healthy meal before getting the kids off to their extracurriculars? Well, that is where our story begins.

 

Just like many of our best customers, we understand what it is like to feel the guilt of yet another fast-food dinner.

 

Starting out with 10 cows and 50 ewes, on a ranch that has been in Alyssa’s family for nearly a century, we committed to doing things the right way. We are recognized as the leading farm-to-table meat producer our customers have grown to know and trust.

 

At Ledingham Livestock & Meat Co., we are committed to pasture-raising and grass finishing our animals. We have even ventured into the world of fodder (more on that later as you get to know us!). You can rest assured that our animals are treated with high regard. After all, we believe that we are called to steward what God has entrusted to us including our livestock.

 

We are proud to be part of the farm-to-table movement and to be able to offer our customers the highest quality meat perfect for families who appreciate convenience without sacrificing their health.

 

Many of our customers have found our products filled the freezer with the highest quality and healthiest beef and lamb.

 

We hope that you will join us in our mission to keep families healthy and gathered around the dinner table, creating lasting memories, by supporting our farm and sharing your experience with friends and family as well.

 

Thank you for choosing Ledingham Livestock & Meat Co. We look forward to serving you and bringing you along on our ranching journey with you and yours.

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Our Beef are 
Angus X Gelbvieh.

Currently, John and Alyssa raise commercial beef and lambs. Our calves are Angus x Gelbvieh. We raise the calves for about 18 months before they are ready for your freezer. They are primarily fed grass, but during the winter months they are supplemented with hay, range cubes (a source of protein), and mineral.

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Our lambs are 

Rambouillet X Hampshire.

We lamb in May and the lambs are raised by their mothers on milk and grass. Lambs are ready for processing usually around September or October. If we keep them during the winter months they are fed hay.

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