Carman Ranch is tucked into the base of Northeastern Oregon's majestic Wallowa Mountains. Founded in 1913, in a valley where the grass grows as tall as a horse, the ranch raised breeding stock and sold fat steers during much of its early history. A century later, the fourth and fifth generation continue to fatten steers on grass in the Wallowa Valley and sell beef in the Pacific Northwest.
Today, Carman Ranch represents a select group of regenerative, multi-generational family ranchers from Oregon, Washington and Montana. Together they seek to bring lasting change to the food system by building community, restoring the soil and respecting the animals while growing exceptional 100% grass-fed, grass-finished beef.