Hoh Humm Ranch has been in my family for three generations. My grandmother started ranching on the Hoh River in 1913. We have always raised both cattle and sheep in the same manner on the ranch.
The animals on Hoh Humm are pasture-raised and are left with their mothers. In the winter, they are fed hay that we raise ourselves. The cattle are sold in late fall and early winter while the lambs are sold from summer through late fall. We sell the beef, custom-cut, freezer-wrapped and delivered in the Puget Sound area for $5.00 a pound. There is a 50-pound minimum on the order.
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