Every piece of meat from Vera Earl Ranch is hyper-local, with the premium beef born, bred, fed, and finished directly at the ranch. The cattle undergo a meticulous process, being grass-raised and grain-finished, followed by a 21-day dry age. These traditions maintain a high standard, where ranching is conducted by horseback, emphasizing a deep respect for the entire ecosystem.
The ranch has meat packages, too, so you can stock up for the holiday season and beyond.
“We know Sonoita is a little bit of a drive from Tucson so we’re offering more bulk options for customers to enjoy our beef at their convenience,” said Taylor Burleson of Vera Earl Ranch.
Keep scrolling for the available packages that can be purchased online.
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