SOLD: GLO Khloe (62564)

After much consideration, we have decided to offer GLO Khloe (Dorey of Flatland Farm X LEA Kaid) for sale. Khloe is a moderately framed, feminine, yellow heifer born 3/25/21. Her pedigree includes many notable farms including Sunset Farm, LEA-White Farm, Drover Hill, Flatland Farm and Five Star Farm. Khloe weighed in at 622 lbs. onContinue reading “SOLD: GLO Khloe (62564)”

Slow Cooker BBQ Brisket

As we near the end of our #beefmonth challenge, I’d be remiss if I didn’t cook one of my favorite cuts – brisket! Now, I will say that smoking is still my favorite way to cook brisket, but with a busy family and lengthy cooking time it just didn’t work for us to do thatContinue reading “Slow Cooker BBQ Brisket”

Stovetop Beef & Noodles

#nationalbeefmonth is still going strong and today we tried another new recipe using one of my favorite, but typically underappreciated cuts – stew meat. While it may not be the most glamourous cut of beef, it’s delicious and versatile. While my family loves a great beef stew in the Winter, it’s been far too hotContinue reading “Stovetop Beef & Noodles”

Southwest Ground Beef & Sweet Potato Skillet

Recipe number 2 for #beefmonth was a bit outside my family’s comfort zone. Since we use ground beef ALL.THE.TIME. I wanted to make sure our challenge recipe was something new! Courtesy of RecipeRunner.com this Southwest Ground Beef & Sweet Potato Skillet checked all the boxes of a great meal! I did hold back on someContinue reading “Southwest Ground Beef & Sweet Potato Skillet”

Beef Month Challenge

May is #nationalbeefmonth! As a challenge for our family, we’re going to attempt to use each different cut of beef (remaining in our freezer) over the course of the month. Kicking us off is the chuck roast Making some delicious shredded beef to be eaten tonight with a side of veggies, on sandwiches tomorrow, andContinue reading “Beef Month Challenge”

Build Your Favorite Burger

When is a burger not ‘just’ a burger? When it’s made with Highland Beef, of course! There are SO many ways to build the perfect burger, that we thought we’d kick off #nationalbeefmonth by sharing our family’s favorite burgers. Kyle’s Favorite: Toasted bun and Highland burger topped with bacon, pickles, lettuce, ketchup, pepper jack cheese,Continue reading “Build Your Favorite Burger”

Highland Beef Stew

Last week my family enjoyed a delicious beef stew, recipe courtesy of Amy at Little Spoon Farm! This recipe was a HUGE hit and will definitely be included in our future recipe rotation. While many think of the stew meat as the ‘leftover’ when you purchase bulk beef, it is one of my favorite cutsContinue reading “Highland Beef Stew”

AI,PV,D…Oh My!

Today, we received the American Highland Cattle Association registration paperwork for our lone 2021 heifer – GLO Khloe….with a couple of extra letters behind her name! (cue temporary moment of panic, because I forgot there was a new symbol recently added by AHCA). These symbols can start to make you feel like you’re looking atContinue reading “AI,PV,D…Oh My!”

Working With (Not Against) Your Boss Cow

You know the one…the cow that is your best friend when things are going right. The same one that has the ability to send the entire herd running to the other end of the pasture with just one look or tilt of her horns. Whether you have a love or hate relationship with your bossContinue reading “Working With (Not Against) Your Boss Cow”