About Rushing Ranch...
Rushing Ranch is located in the beautiful hill country of MAcks Creek, MO just 20 miles from Camdenton, MO.
Rushing Ranches goal is to deal with our customers and suppliers in an honest, moral, sincere, courteous, and compassionate manner, and through quality heritage breed cattle and pigs we are able to provide our customers with superior USDA processed meats!
We look forward to meeting you and showing you around our ranch, so come on out!
Dexter cattle are the smallest British heritage breed and produce naturally marbled beef with a excellent flavor and texture. Most people who try Dexter say it’s the best they’ve ever tasted and keep returning for more. Why take our word for it? Try it and see for yourself! At Rushing Ranch our Dexter’s are grass fed; receive free choice vitamin and mineral tubs, a small amount of All Natural range cubes(aproximately .0021% of the body weight of a 700Lb. animal every other day through the winter, and rarely any other time usually except to call them and move them to another pasture or to trailer them) and a stress free environment!
Given the rise in poultry consumption, Americans have become more conscious of their intake of fat and cholesterol. Dexter beef is a perfect addition to a healthy diet!
When cattle are grass fed, the beneficial Omega 3 levels in the beef are two to six times higher than most grain fed beef. All of the cattle on Rushing Ranch are free range, grass-fed, and are never confined to a feed-lot or commercial environment!
The end result is that our Dexter beef is far superior to that you would buy in a supermarket or traditional grocery store.
We age our grass fed beef for up to 21 days! Like fine wine that’s been aged…not all beef, breeds or wine are the same!
At Rushing Ranch we strive to provide you with top quality products! We take our heritage breed cattle to Swiss Meats & Sausages in Herman, MO for our USDA inspected and processed beef. They have won numerous state and national awards for their bratwurst. We have the following sausages made by them: Bratwurst, Knackwurst, Thüringen, Andouille, Hot Italian, Chorizo, and Steak, Mushroom and Swiss (which was featured on the Food Network Channel)
We are a proud Member & Sponsor of the Livestock Conservancy
On Friday, June 20th, 2008, The American Livestock Breeds Conservacy, Humane Farm Animal Care, Slow Foods USA, and Ayrshire Farm sponsored the first of many Historical and Culinary tastings. This 2nd event featured "What's the Beef? - An Historical and Culinary First" and was held at Ayshire Farm in Upperville, Loudoun County, Virginia.
1st Place -19 votes:
The Randall Lineback
2nd Place - 11 votes:
3rd Place - 10 votes:
4th Place - 6 votes:
Tied for 5th Place - 5 votes:The Red Poll & The Angus
Tied for 6th Place - 3 votes:The Ancient White Park &The Short Horn
Tied for Seventh - 0 votes:The Milking Devon & The Pineywoods
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