Welcome to Cimarron Valley Ranch in NE Oklahoma
Our farm has a great history and was once Indian Territory and part of the OklahomaLand Rush. We have 84 acres of rolling natural prairie. We raise Miniature Herefords and Dexter Cattle and Nigerian Dwarf Goats. We tend about 30 chickens and sell large Brown Eggs. We raise and sell all natural farm raised Beef no antibiotics, no hormones.
We also have a young orchard started of apples/peach trees.
We chose our livestock carefully wanting animals that are good natured, dual purpose and work well on smaller acreage and are feed efficient. We take a natural approach to our ranch. Treat the land & animals with respect, good management & health care and rotate through natural grass pastures. Simple is better!
Last years calf " Lilac"
Calves are coming End of February through March 2015
Trail Riding in Oklahoma in October "Heaven"
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Current news January 2015
We started off the new year with the loss of a 16 mth old heifer "Bumble" a polled black heifer she got into the calf creep feeder and overate resulting in accidosis. Late Winter starts our calving and kidding season I only have 3 does due so limited availability. This season will be all Black Baldies. We have a 1/2 or whole cow available grass fed, no antibiotics or hormones.
Miniature Cattle Dexter cattle are dual purpose cattle Meat/milk . Miniature Herefords are a small beef breed. Miniature Cattle why? because not everyone has 100 acre ranch. Perfect for family freezer and great tasting Beef, well suited for smaller acreage and all climates and great for 4H or FFA easier for children to handle.
Nigerian Dwarf Goats, the perfect family milk goat 2-3 Does will produce enough sweet milk for a family. The smaller size makes them easily handled by younger or older family members. Nigerians are our only breed of goat. We Hand Milk our goats and make Cheese, ice cream and other products.
Chickens "Layers" We have about 30 layers and sell large brown eggs, we do not feed medicated feeds the chickens roam free in good weather. We also have large chicken coops.
Please see each breeds page for additional information
Now that is a Nigerian Udder, Hannas pic March 2013 her 3rd Freshening. She produces close to a quart per milking, high butterfat.
Fresh Brown Eggs
20 min west of Tulsa