American Wagyu Beef

Grass-Fed and Finished in Colorado's Elk River Valley

Home Ranch Grass-Fed Beef

Order our premium American Wagyu beef today!

The Home Ranch cattle operation specializes in breeding highly valued Akaushi beef cattle (the most cherished of the four Japanese cattle breeds collectively known as Wagyu) with one of America’s top beef breeds: Red Angus. Free range and grass fed for life, our signature American Wagyu breed produces exceptionally marbled beef recognized for its excellent cooking and eating quality – and the Elk River Valley’s nutrient rich alpine grasses give this unique beef a higher percentage of heart-healthy monounsaturated Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty than traditionally-raised American beef. These health and quality benefits, combined with lower-stress and eco-positive range management practices, make Home Ranch cattle a breed apart in the American beef industry. Buy Home Ranch Grass-Fed Beef here on our website and we’ll deliver the highest standard of American beef right to your front door.

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Our 100% Grass-Fed and finished American Wagyu beef is ready for you to either pick up or have delivered to your door. Once you purchase a bundle box, one of our staff will be in contact to set up a pick up time, or inform you of the estimated delivery date if you are having it shipped. Package order details below.

If you are interested in purchasing a whole, half, or quarter beef, e-mail for more details. Bulk purchase allows you to customize your cuts, and receive approximately 400, 200, or 100 pounds of beef at a discounted price. Will be ready for pick up starting in July of 2023.

The Rancher’s Assortment

  • T-bone or Rib steak (1.5 lb)
  • Cube Steak or Stew meat (1 lb)
  • Flank or Skirt Steak (1-2 lb)
  • Sirloin or Sirloin Tip Steak (1-2 lb)
  • Short Ribs (2 lbs)
  • Chuck Roast (2-3 lbs)
  • Soup bones (2 lb)
  • Approx 8 pounds of ground beef (to bring your box total to 20 pounds)

PRICE ~$210.00

Home Ranch Grass Fed Beef
Home Ranch Beef Roasts

The Family Roast

  • Brisket (4 lbs)
  • Chuck Roast (2-3 lbs)
  • Stew meat (2 lbs)
  • Cube steak (2 lbs)
  • Short ribs (2 lbs)
  • Soup bones (2 lbs)
  • Approx 6 pounds of ground beef (to bring your box total to 20 pounds)

PRICE ~ $190.00

The Steak Assortment

  • 5 steaks (some T-bones, some Rib steaks) (6 lb)
  • Tenderloin (1 lb)
  • Sirloin Steak (2 lb)
  • 2 Sirloin Tip Steaks (2 lb)
  • Approx 8 pounds of ground beef (to bring your box total to 20 pounds)

PRICE ~ $280.00

Home Ranch Steaks
Home Ranch Ground Beef

Ground Beef 

  • 20 pounds of our ground beef

PRICE ~ $180.00

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is American Wagyu?

American Wagyu is a cross between Akaushi cattle (the most coveted of the Japanese Wagyu breeds) and Red Angus cattle. This allows for delicious well marbled beef that doesn’t cost as much as pure wagyu, and finishes nicely on grass.

How are they raised?

Our akaushi angus crosses are grass fed their whole lives, on our ranches. They roam around the pastures, and are moved rotationally using an electric fence so that no area is grazed too much, and the pastures all get plenty of rest. They gain weight over two years, finishing on the green grass of the Elk River valley. They are processed at Fitch Ranch Artisan Meats in Craig, Colorado. Just an hour down the road.

Why grass finished?
Grass finished beef is the most natural way to feed cows. It allows the cows to follow a diet that ruminants are meant to eat, and utilize land that otherwise wouldn’t be productive for farming. The cows have spacious pastures and a variety of plant species to pick from. By grass finishing the meat itself is also higher in omega 3’s and lower in saturated fats. More resources on this can be found at and
Do you use antibiotics?

The overuse of antibiotics is a serious problem in livestock. However, minimal targeted use can save an animal’s life, and improve animal welfare. At the Home Ranch we only use antibiotics to treat debilitating conditions or to save the animal’s life. If they do have to be used on an animal, that animal is taken out of our beef program. Meaning, any of our beef that you receive has not received antibiotics in its lifetime. 

Is the meat frozen?

Yes. The meat is dry aged for 14 days, before being cut and wrapped, and then immediately frozen. Frozen meat can last in the freezer for a long time, but try to eat it all by next summer, just in time for our next harvest!

How is the meat shipped?

The beef will be shipped in a 14″x14″x14″ box, with a high quality liner, ice packs, and dry ice. As soon as you receive your package, please unbox it into the freezer. While you might not see any dry ice remaining, as long as the meat is cold to the touch the quality has not diminished. We ship your box out on a Monday or Tuesday to avoid shipping delays, so it will get to you in 2-4 days.

What if I want to pick up my beef?

If you are in the Clark/Steamboat area, or just want to come for a visit, we can happily organize a pick up time. Once your pick up order is placed a staff member will be in contact with you via phone or email to organize a time for you to come to the Home Ranch to pick up your box.