Black Queen Angus Farm

We had the pleasure of  going to Black Queen Angus Farm a few days ago.  It was really amazing seeing how this operation works. I would definitely recommend checking out their website and incredible product.

We got lucky and had the chance to wrangle a cow that had escaped. The cow was chilling out by an old cemetery with 4 or 5 headstones. A little creepy in my opinion.

When Morgan, the farmer, asked if we wanted to help wrangle up the cow, I thought we were going to do it the old school way with a horse and lasso. I was a little nervous about that prospect.  Fortunately, it was a little easier; we ended up just walking it down a path and made sure the cow didn’t run into the woods.

We were on our way to see the second string bull when we came across some old apple trees that still had a few apples left on them. Morgan told us to bring some to give to the bull. He was massive, I would say easily over 1,000 lb. Here is one of my cooks, Pat, feeding the bull apples. It was crazy to see how gently he would take the apples out of our hands.

Over all I had a great time. Many thanks again to our friends at Black Queen Angus Farm.


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