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Buckwild Beef

Hormone Free, Pesticide Free, Needle Free. Buck Wild Beef is locally raised on multiple pastures around Blaine County and beyond. Our animals are part of a regenerative farming and ranching practice. We raise all the food that these steers eat during the winter months. We don’t use any synthetic fertilizers or any other chemicals on the landscapes. Our steers are needle-free. No chemicals are used while raising these animals unless one gets sick. If one gets sick, we do everything we can to keep them healthy and market them accordingly. My goal is to raise a product that helps our environment and ecosystem while producing some tasty beef!

Available Products

meat products

Available at

Direct from farmer, Itty Bitty Farms Store

CONTACT INFORMATION

ADDRESS
Bellevue, ID

Chemical-Free - The producer does not use synthetic chemicals including insecticides, fungicides, and synthetic nitrogen in their production systems.

Pollinator-Friendly - The producer provides pollinator-safe habitats including native plants, hedgerows, or a variety of foliage throughout the growing season.

Regenerative Practices - The producer includes cover cropping, no/low-till and/or soil armoring practices to enhance soil health, water quality, and provide additional ecosystem services.

Webstore - The business offers online ordering.

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The Wood River Valley Locally Grown Guide is a free marketing tool for businesses who grow, use, and promote locally grown food. The Guide reaches over 15,000 people annually.

Being listed is free for your business and only requires filling out a short survey.

Once approved your local food business will appear immediately on locallygrownguide.org and in the 2024 Locally Grown Guide printed edition.

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