Welcome to 6D's Farm


Local Home grown Beef without hormones, antibiotics , Steroids or Dyes

Local Home grown Beef without hormones, antibiotics , Steroids or Dyes Local Home grown Beef without hormones, antibiotics , Steroids or Dyes Local Home grown Beef without hormones, antibiotics , Steroids or Dyes
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About Our Farm

 Granddaughter feeding apple to Belted Galloway Cow

Natural Raised Beef without any Hormones, Antibiotics, Steroids or Dyes

Our cattle's primary food source is grass hay and red clover haylege (naturally fermented clover).  They also enjoy a scoop of grain and the occasional apple which is helpful bringing them in for weighing and calving.

Family hauling hay

Locally Sourced Grass Hay

Our hay comes from local farms nearby.  Typically we purchase hay from the family farm right next door, and always within a few miles of the farm continuing to support the local economy.

Haylege in the Barn

Haylege

The haylege we source comes from McMinnville where red clover is harvested, bagged.  It is then fermented right in the field in large sealed round bales. Here it is waiting in our barn until feeding time.

What We Do

What we raise

Why We Raise Cattle

What we raise

Suzie Q the first Belted Galloway Heiffer

We breed and raise Belted Galloway cattle along with a few Angus beef cross while our Galloway Herd grows

Why We Raise Cattle

What we raise

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                       2019 Calves

Why We Raise Cattle

Why We Raise Cattle

Why We Raise Cattle

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We started raising cattle simply to provide our family with healthy drug free quality beef.  Our friends quickly wanted the same for their families.  Prior to this website, all of our customers have been sourced via word of mouth.  We still expect this to be the best way to grow our fan base which allows us to also grow our herd.  Our previous customers tend to return and they also share with their friends and the cycle continues. We are proud that we raise our beef in a natural and humane environment. We do not inject growth hormones into our animals to accelerate their growth like many feed lots do. With the proper care and management we are able to raise our beef without any antibiotics.

How Do You Buy?

How Much Meat Will You Get?

Why We Raise Cattle

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We sell beef shares, that is based on pre-butcher hang-weight.  You can purchase 1/4, 1/2 or 1 whole animal.  Once you order, you do nothing until it is time to pick up your meat cut and wrapped from our local butcher. Or if you just want a few steaks for a BBQ or some great burger, give us a call. We have USDA certified beef for sale and we are licensed by the Department of Ag

How Much Does It Cost?

How Much Meat Will You Get?

How Much Meat Will You Get?

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We base our pricing on below current beef rates which typically range from $3/lb to $5/lb hang-weight.  Remember, you will get ground meat but also premium cuts, steaks and roasts all at the same price and can adjust what you get during your pre-call with the butcher.


Call us or email below for details, current rates and next availability

How Much Meat Will You Get?

How Much Meat Will You Get?

How Much Meat Will You Get?

Wrapped beef in freezer

Amount varies from animal to animal and will depend on hang weight, as well as the way you have your meat cut.  A good rule of thumb is 1/4 beef will completely fill a large, top freezer (or more) and double or quadruple for 1/2 or 1 whole.


If you are looking for just a couple steaks or a pound for hamburger, we can also help with that. We have USDA certified meat for sale that are individually packaged. Check out the "Pricing" tab.

Upcoming Beef Shares For Sale

JULY/Aug 2020

Pre order for the 2020 season

We are accepting Pre-Orders Now

JULY/Aug 2020

Pre order for the 2020 season

We are accepting Pre-Orders Now

September 2020

Pre order for the 2020 season

September 2020

Pre order for the 2020 season

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Owners

Jim and Carmen Dryden


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6D's Farm LLC

19816 Butteville Rd NE - Hubbard, OR 97032

(503) 678-5943