At Rapid Creek Ranch, we have heard rumblings of our bus being talked about in Washington DC. Justin met a woman from Pennsylvania last year who had heard about it. The link below will take you to the evidence that not all in Washington is backwards. Some do have brains, and most of them came from Iowa.
It has been a busy few weeks getting ready for these little gals, but they are here and are doing great. 400 were picked up from Hoovers Hatchery on Monday morning, after hatching over night, and to top it off, our freezers are full of freshly harvested beef. If you are looking for something fun for the family to do, now is a great time to come a visit. See what spring is like on the farm. The kids always love seeing the baby animals.
As 2014 is coming to close, we at Rapid Creek Ranch want to thank each and every one of our loyal customers, fans, and followers. We are in the business that we are in because we are passionate about what we do. Our continually growing customer base is passionate about good, wholesome, locally sourced food.
We are taking this holiday season to count our blessings, rejuvenate, and retool. 2015 will bring many new opportunities and its own set of challenges, and with your continued support, 2015 will be the best year yet.
Keep an eye out for changes coming as soon as January 1st. Until then, count your own blessings, work on some rejuvenation of your own, and retool what needs retooled.
Have a Blessed Holiday Season and God Bless you all
Rapid Creek Ranch
Can’t think of what to get that one person left on your Christmas list? Looking for that unique gift for that hard to buy for individual? Rapid Creek Ranch has gift certificates available, for any amount. Contact Justin at 319-541-7338 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
We are now accepting online orders for our existing customers!!!
Living in the Des Moine Metro area and want to be part of our newly formed buying club? Contact Lael Neal at (319)541-9033 or email@example.com for more information.
Grass Fed? Yep. 1200 pound cow, 700 pound calf…and still growing.
Grab the Cedar Rapids Gazette today for an article about Rapid Creek Ranch
Doug Darrow of Oxford talks during a Mob Grazing Field Day on his farm in Oxford…