The following ranches have livestock or meat products available for purchase:
Reading Creek Ranch sells livestock and grass-fed beef. Certified organic. Their farm-fresh eggs and meats
are available for purchase at the Mountain Market and Weaverville Farmer's Market. Enjoy the "Reading Creek
Chronicles: Tales of Ranch Life" also available at the Market.
Contact Betty Jo Chang at (530) 623-5143 for availability.
California Highland Cattle Association
Ranch sells grass-fed beef raised on lush pastures in the Hayfork Valley. Buy a wide assortment
of cuts at Hayfork Discount Groceries in the Frontier Village on Hwy 3.
Mud Ranch Jacobs in Lewiston
offers a dual purpose heritage breed of sheep called Jacob Sheep. They are a multi-horned animal that come in a spotted
pattern of black and white, or the more rare color lilac and white. Both ewes and rams can have two to six horns,
two and four being most common. We generally lamb in February and have registered breeding stock available, as well
as locker lamb. The Jacob's meat is very lean and full of flavor! We used to not like eating lamb until we
had Jacob, now it is our favorite meat. Also available is hand-spinning fleeces, yarn, and roving for spinning, and
washable pelts sheepskins. We have a website at www.mudranchjacobs.weebly.com, as well as a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/mudranch, and an Etsy shop at www.mudranch.etsy.com. All animals are raised without the use of pesticides
and chemicals. Please contact Joan for more information at MudRanch@gmail.com.
Mountain Star Ranch
in Douglas City sells quality Boer Goats, focusing on breeding stock. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Finn's Funny Farm in Hayfork sells chickens of many kinds,
including exotics and layers. They have Golden Pheasants, Silver Pheasants and doves. Call Richard Finn at 628-3077
to check for availability.
Goats for Sale. Posted 5/9/12
This year we have seven bucklings
(which can be wethered if the customer wants) and one doeling. Three of the buckling have been taught to drink from
a milk replacer bucket. The others will be weaned in about three weeks. They are all grade Alpine/Toggenburg crosses
but come in a rainbow of colors from broken harlequin to chocolate & cream, to black and white. They have been disbudded.
We are asking $50.00 per buckling/wether and $75 for the doeling. Contact Kathy Johnson by phone at 530 628-4221
or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. She also has some Suffolk/hamp ewes available for $50 each.