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Cunningham Pastured Meats

Local Pasture-Raised Meat

In 2010 newly married Sean and Liz returned to the family ranch to continue on the 100-year family tradition of raising cattle on the rugged Eastern Oregon high desert. Sean’s father had been raising natural grass-fed cattle for decades and when Liz came to the ranch she noticed that there was a shortage of quality grass-fed beef in the Treasure Valley. Never having eaten grass-fed beef in her life Liz felt that the quality of the meat was too good to only have in their freezer and decided to start making it available to families in the Treasure Valley.

Since the beginning of Cunningham Pastured Meats, they have added several other producers to add several other types of products such as: grass-fed beef, bison, and lamb; pasture-raised pork and chicken; wild-caught seafood; and several other quality products.

Cunningham Pastured Meats Values

The Cunningham Pastured Meats mission is to supply families with the best quality pasture-raised meats while healing the land and passing on the family ranching legacy.

Quality & Trust
At Cunningham Pastured Meats they strive to only raise the highest quality meat to put on your family’s table. This means that all their beef and lamb is 100% grass-fed and finished: no grains, no GMOs, no hormones, no antibiotics. All our pork and chicken are pasture-raised: no GMOs, no hormones, no antibiotics.

Cunningham Pastured Meats is committed to serving the Treasure Valley the best pasture-raised meats around. Their ranch lies right over the Idaho border in Eastern Oregon and they have been a part of the Treasure Valley community for over 100 years.

Preserving the Land
Cunningham Pastured Meats sees the Treasure Valley as booming with development and every day they see precious farmland being sold into development, which is land we can never get back again, and it’s going away at an alarming rate. The Cunningham Pastured Meats goal as ranchers is to keep their 100-year-old family ranch the way it is, a small family ranch. As a rancher, they feel called to be a steward of the land and manage their animals in a way that enhances and restores the land.