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Small Angus Cattle ~ Big Grass Fed Taste

Welcome to American Alps Ranch! We are proud to offer you our all natural Grass Fed Lowline Angus beef. We raise our cattle here on our beautiful ranch in the Skagit River Valley of Washington state.  

No hormones, steroids, antibiotics or grains are ever used on our animals. They eat grass; the food nature intended and drink pure water straight off the glaciers in the North Cascade mountains.  Our Lowline Angus cattle graze freely on lush pastures in the fresh air and sunshine. This is good for our cattle, good for the environment and good for you. And the grass fed flavor of our beef is delicious!

Our new Ranch Store building.
Steers grazing on fresh grass in our lush pasture.
Alex checking the herd - or maybe the herd is checking him.
Our beautiful summer pasture at the foot of the North Cascades.
Our Lowline Angus herd.
Jake the cattle dog and a curious steer.
The herd after a spring shower.
A new calf gets a thorough licking from her mama.
Grazing on fresh grass in the summer pastures.
The cattle working pens at our home ranch.
Rotational grazing means lots of fresh grass.
Maude, a yearling heifer.
Alex with the herd.
Molly and Grizzly the cattle dogs watching over the grazing steers.
Fresh grass, fresh air and sunshine for the herd.

Best Sellers

Large Family Pack

No room in your freezer for a whole or half a beef?  Our family packs are perfect for you!  The large family pack is 40 pounds of our delicious,…

$399.00

Large Ground Beef

The Large Ground Beef package is 20 pounds of our delicious, naturally lean ground beef conveniently wrapped for you in one pound packages.  Perfect for hamburgers, casseroles, meatballs and…

$119.00

Small Family Pack

No room for a lot of meat at one time?  Our small family pack is perfect for you.  A 20 pound assortment of our delicious grass fed beef in your…

$210.00

 

Thoughts & Notes from the Blog

Buying Beef in Bulk

July 03, 2013 By BrendaPalmer Category(s): Healthy LifestyleIndustry News
Angus Beef Cuts Chart

Pasture to Plate

Live weight, Hanging weight, Packaged weight - What’s the difference?? How can one beef have three different weights?  It can be confusing to talk about the different weight classifications and terms applied to an animal carcass. Here are the steps from an animal grazing in the pasture to the steak on your plate and what they mean to you.
 

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Calves

March 23, 2014 By BrendaPalmer Category(s): Ranch Life
Newborn Calf B-4.

Calving season is in full swing! Six calves born in the last two weeks here at the ranch. 

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National Western Stock Show

February 05, 2014 By BrendaPalmer Category(s): Ranch LifeIndustry News
ICU Ranch Cow/Calf Pair

A visit to the National Western Stock Show in Denver was a great opportunity for us recently. One of the largest stock shows and sales in America, it is home of the best-of-the-best cattle and it was great to see all the outstanding Lowlines on display.

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