In 1990 on a 50,000-acre ranch in Montana, Bob Meyer wanted to raise his cattle the right way, as nature intended. Today, all Meyer Natural Angus beef is made from cattle raised without the use of added hormones or antibiotics on a vegetarian-fed diet. We select only the best Angus beef for the highest quality, most mouth-watering eating experience while following strict humane animal practices! That's what we call The Meyer Way!
The Meyer Natural Foods Humanely Handled Program includes the highest levels of integrity. Our program complies with both the USDA and the cattle industry's best practices for humane handling.
Bob wanted to provide only the highest quality, best eating experience for his customers, so he started by raising Angus cattle. Angus is a breed of cattle prized for its exceptional quality and beautiful marbling. Today’s Angus Cattle breeds all originated from Scotland and is the most popular cattle breed in the United States today.
At Meyer Natural Foods, we have always believed in doing things the right way. Exceptional taste comes from uncompromising standards. We proudly call that The Meyer WayTM, and we have been putting our beliefs into action for over 25 years. Just as we have spent decades perfecting our expertise in natural and organic protein, we are now lending that same expertise to deliver an impressive assortment of premium natural pork.
My promise to our customers has always been the same: to consistently provide the industry's highest quality, best tasting protein with a commitment to environmentally sound practices, humane animal treatment and personal integrity. I stand behind this commitment the best way I know — by putting my name on everything we sell."
The Meyer Company Ranch is the largest working ranch in the Blackfoot River Valley of western Montana. Bob Meyer purchased the land to fulfill his dream of raising the highest quality natural beef on one of America's most beautiful landscapes. This deep devotion to excellence drives our team to deliver the absolute best products available each day.
Joe and Barbara Nelson started their own operation in 1985 with the purchase of a 259-acre farm. They have worked together to build the farm to what it is today and are excited to be passing that knowledge to their children. Like many producers in this part of the United States, their operation consists of a farming component growing primarily corn and hay. Their focus on Angus genetics results in some of the highest quality cattle our program receives each year. Although life on the family farm is hard work, Joe says you still have to make time for a little fun.