Our Story

We share a deep-rooted connection to the world of horses and cattle, our veins pulsating with the rhythm of ranching life. Mia, a seasoned equestrian, forged her path in the saddle, competing in Hunter Jumper events. Jeff's teenage years unfolded amidst the rugged landscapes of a cutting horse and cattle ranch in Red Deer, Alberta, as he pursued his passion for junior hockey.

Mia and Jeff have spent the past 30 years calling Idaho home. In the rugged mountain terrain of the Wood River Valley, Jeff and Mia have seamlessly woven their shared passion into the fabric of Hyndman Beef. Beyond crafting exceptional beef, their mission is a heartfelt dedication to preserving the essence of small ranching families and the unique, time-honored lifestyle they embody.


Regenerative agriculture is a holistic and sustainable approach to farming that focuses on restoring and enhancing the health of the soil. This practice emphasizes conservation and biodiversity, utilizing techniques such as cover cropping and crop rotation in favor of inflicting minimal soil disturbance to improve soil structure and fertility.

In the context of beef ranching, regenerative agriculture extends its principles to livestock management. Rotational grazing - where cattle are moved strategically to mimic natural grazing patterns - helps prevent overgrazing and allows for the regeneration of pastureland. By integrating regenerative practices, we aim to not only enhance the health of our ecosystem but also sequester carbon in the soil, contributing to climate change mitigation.

Beef ranching within a regenerative framework not only prioritizes environmental health but also emphasizes the well-being of the animals. Providing cattle with access to diverse forage, clean water sources, and natural living conditions aligns with the principles of regenerative agriculture. Cattle who forage from land that is rich with micronutrients due to healthy soil produce healthier, more sustainable beef but also supports local ecosystems, promotes soil health, and plays a role in mitigating the environmental impact of traditional agricultural practices.

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