Striking A Livestock is part of a ranching heritage that goes back for generations. We started as a small offshoot of a larger family operation, and we are proud to be raising livestock on the same land as our great grandfather. We still use many of the same methods including flood irrigation and using horses to move our cattle.
Our ranch is located along the banks of Deer Creek, a pristine watershed that supports one of the few remaining runs of Spring Run Chinook Salmon, along with other native species of salmon and trout. This land has been in the family since the 1860’s, and we like to think that a history of careful stewardship has helped keep Deer Creek’s water clean and its fish returning year after year.