BLUE RANCH FARMS

BLUE RANCH FARMS

The Healthiest Place On Earth

The Healthiest Place On Earth

BLUE RANCH FARMS

The Healthiest Place On Earth

A Regenerative Farm in Lexington, Texas

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BLUE RANCH FARMS

The Healthiest Place On Earth

A Regenerative Farm in Lexington, Texas

The food we want for our families maximizes health and taste, not shelf life or convenience. We achieve this through our biological and regenerative farming principles and practices.

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Principles We Follow

• By taking great care of the soil, plants and animals, the land will take great care of you.

• The most delicious, nutrient-dense food is grown regeneratively and sustainably, through soil health and a biodiverse ecosystem.

• We work with nature, not against it. Farming should promote biodiversity and wildlife.

• Maximizing photosynthesis creates a thriving environment.

• A farm should become more productive every year with less work and without requiring additional inputs.

Green grass with a blue sky background.
Newborn St. Croix Lamb standing in grass.

Practices We Use

• No till drill seeding to avoid disruption of soil structure.

• Multi-species grazing to promote biodiversity.

• Growing grasses and plants on the entire garden and pasture at all times adds carbon, nitrogen, organic matter, and protects the soil.

• Intensive rotational grazing allows the sun and plants to do more for you.

• Matching reproduction and lactation to seasonal forage growth.

latest from the blog

Doug's Rescue Story

Doug is the first rescue dog rehabilitated by Blue Ranch Farms. Through training and affection, he has become a prime example of a guardian dog.

Theo Learns How To Herd

Theo is learning to be a farmer. Read along as he recalls the most exciting day yet... the day he learned to herd cows!

The Reality of Ordering 300 Baby Chicks

Ordering 300 baby chicks is not for the weak. Read about our most recent adventure with delays, wrong drop-offs and a car ride that we'll remember forever.

Latest From The Blog

Theo Learns How To Herd

"To be a farmer, you have to learn how to herd cows! It takes a lot of thinking. You have to look at how the cow moves, and understand what it means. You have to know when to make noise to make them go."

The Reality of Ordering 300 Baby Chicks

"The only problem was, somehow, our chicks had ended up at a post office over 2 hours away. While we didn’t really have the time to drive an extra 4 hours that day, we scrambled to quickly change the roles and duties of everyone so one of us could drive to pick up these babies."

Doug's Rescue Story

"Our team jumped in the car and started driving out to meet them. Upon our return to the farm, it was clear that this dog needed a lot of rest, food, nourishment and love."

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