We're proud to be featured by the High Plains Journal - Midwest/AG in a great article about how our operations are positively affecting the land and our herds.
- Where the Buffalo Roam
- Changing with the times, yet forever Legendary.
- 2017 Leopold Conservation Award Finalist
- A Beautiful Spring on the Great Plains
- The Sunday Afternoon Wildfire
- Sustainability Report: Turkey Red Wheat vs Conventional Wheat and America's Great Plains
- Buffalo Meat: A Natural Tradition
- Lean, Healthy Protein for a Lean, Healthy Body
Posted by Ken Klemm, Partner on 11/20/2017
Posted by Ken Klemm, Partner on 11/1/2017
You may have noticed a few changes in our online product offerings, or may have missed seeing our products in your local grocery store. Don’t worry, the ranch and our Legendary Meat is still as legendary as ever. However, as the marketplace changes, so must we.
Posted by on 8/8/2017 to News
When you receive a letter like this one, it's time take a moment to pull up a chair so you can read every word.
Our ranch has been selected as one of 3 finalists in the state of Kansas for the 2017 Leopold Conservation Award!
Posted by on 4/24/2017
Posted by Ken Klemm, partner on 1/30/2017
No, this is not a picture from a hollywood movie. This was our Sunday — hardly a day of rest. A wildfire began as a result of a neighbor's controlled burn that was re-ignited by high winds. In the photo, taken by one of the brave firemen, the line of fire was less than 1/2 mile away and moving at 20mph toward us.
Posted by Ken Klemm, Partner on 10/3/2016 to News
Surprise - surprise, you don't get something for nothing! Results of our Turkey Red Wheat (TRW) planting. We took a little time with the back hoe and dug up some TRW and some conventional wheat (CW) that I had purposely left un-harvested - both in the same soil type and just across a ranch road.
Posted by Ken Klemm, Partner on 7/24/2015 to News
Is there any animal more associated with America than the American buffalo? This strong and hardy creature once existed in the tens of millions across North America, from Alaska in the west to Florida in the east, from Slave Lake in Canada down to the northern provinces of Mexico.
Posted by Ken Klemm, Partner on 8/1/2014 to News
You are what you eat.
Well, obviously not literally. I am not suggesting you will transform into a cow or a tomato or even a slice of cake, but that phrase has merit since your diet affects your overall body composition and health.