4J Cattle farm is owned and operated by Justin and Jessica Strong. Founded and operated under the belief that “Mother Nature knows best”, 4J Cattle Farm utilizes what mother nature provides in order to provide high quality farm products. The last 7 years have been spent removing all conventional methods of weed control, fertilization, and treatment of disease. We have worked tirelessly over the last 7 years to refine our farming practices to be able to offer the quality product that we now have today. We believe in honesty, integrity, and being good stewards of the land. Our promise to you is that we will continue to refine our methods to push the envelope of environmentally friendly farming practices.
4J Cattle Farm was founded in 2013 with the vision of raising high quality grass and corn fed beef along with pasture raised chicken. What started as a way to feed our family nutrient rich, clean food, has now turned into a passion to promote regenerative farming practices and the health benefits of clean food. Guided by the farming principles of 4 generations, we are happy to say that we do not practice conventional methods of weed control, fertilization, and treatment of sickness. We truly believe that ‘Mother Nature Knows Best’ by producing hormone free, medication free, and herbicide free meat products.
Our beef is different. Our beef is born and raised on the farm. We move our cattle regularly to new pastures to allow the land to heal and maximize the nutritional value of the grass when consumed by the cow.
We do things differently. We believe that Mother Nature knows best. Our environmentally friendly farming practices produce a high quality, antibiotic-free, hormone-free, and herbicide-free finished product.
Our grass fed cows eat nothing but grass. Our corn fed option eats grass and a proprietary blend of corn and other grains to maximize marbling.
We use what mother nature gives us. First, we use rotational grazing practices to allow the cows to distribute manure and secondly, we use our hogs to break down our composting piles which are spread on the pastures.