Local AZ Beef

Thank you for supporting Arizona ranchers, buying beef directly from the rancher, and supporting the local economy!

Skip the store and buy from your local rancher. The beef these ranchers are selling is raised on their family ranches, and processed at small processing plants that are certified and inspected for retail sales. 

The list of Yavapau county ranchers who sell to the consumer is organized in alphabetical order, lists the city the ranch is nearest to, and a way to contact the rancher.

AZ Grass Raised Beef

Dewey, Arizona – Can ship around the country

www.azgrassraisedbeef.com/

 

Arizona Legacy Beef

Humboldt, Arizona

www.arizonalegacybeef.com

 

Broken Horn D Ranch

Prescott, Arizona  

928.708.9385  

www.BHDRanch.com

Cross Arrow Cattle Co. 

Chino Valley, Arizona

www.crossarrowcattleco.com

EZ Ranch

Cordes Junction, Arizona

623824.3074

Hi Bar Beef

Camp Verde, Arizona 

928.301.2063

 

Kellis Ranch Co

Bagdad, Arizona

928.633.2431

K Lazy J Farm
Paulden, AZ
928.713.1866

 

Major Cattle Company, L.L.C.

Chino Valley, Arizona

928.925.3710

 

Mortimer Farms

Dewey, Arizona

www.Mortimerfarmsaz.com

 

Owen Cattle Co.

Chino Valley, Arizona

602.421.7717

 

Perkins Ranch, Inc.

Chino Valley, Arizona

928.925.3710

 

Perkinsville Meat Processing

Chino Valley, Arizona

www.facebook.com/perkinsvillemeatprocessing/

Pierre's Prime Beef, LLC.

Camp Verde, Arizona

928.301.5062 or 928.301.3845

Plowing Ahead Ranch

Camp Verde, Arizona

928.300.3062 www.plowingaheadranch.com

 

Tonto Mountain Ranch

Skull Valley, Arizona

928.442.3843

 

Please help us keep the list up to date and complete by sending edits and additions to amortimer@arizonabeef.org. 

Do you want to help even more? Take a quick selfie with your beef, and the rancher who raised it and post it to social media. Don't forget to tag @azcattlegrowers in photos of your post and include the #arizonacattle to help bring awareness!

Keep your plate balanced

The key to a well-balanced meal is filling your plate with both what ranchers raise and with what farmers grow. Visit Fill Your Plate to connect with Arizona farmers and add vegetables, fruit, wine, flowers, herbs, and more to your dinner plate. 

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