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Frequently asked questions
Is our beef grass-finished?
Yes! All Pintler Mountain Beef is raised on grass for their entire lives. During the winter months we feed a mixture of grass and alfalfa hay to our cattle while providing a small supplement of minerals and vitamins to help our cattle stay in top shape.
Where is your beef processed?
We use Tizer Meats in Helena, Montana to butcher and package all of our beef.
Can I hunt on the ranch?
Yes! We welcome hunters on our ranch and we participate Montana's block management program. However, please contact us prior to hunting so we can line you out and provide you with a few guidelines for navigating the ranch.
Raising beef is a complex process, but throughout the entire journey, one thing remains constant – the shared commitment to raising cattle in a safe, humane and environmentally sustainable way by using the latest technology and resources. Currently, more than 700,000 cattle farms and ranches in the United States, with an average herd size of 40 cattle, produce 19 percent of the world's beef. Learn more about the people and the process involved in raising beef...
Our lands are like family. We want to know they will thrive. Private ranches, farms and forest properties are an important economic and cultural mainstay for Western rural communities. These working lands* provide jobs and a high quality way of life. They also provide valuable open space, protect crucial habitat and wildlife corridors, harbor the majority of imperiled species and control much of the water, including headwaters critical for healthy watersheds and downstream users.