Raymond and Cindy Rasor raise grassfed cattle on 1500 acres in southern Missouri. Along with their three daughters, son-in-law and one full-time employee, the couple tends 600 cows and their offspring. Raymond grew up farming and has been farming all of his life. He says of their farm, “It’s a way of life more than a business.” The Rasors became part of Animal Welfare Approved because, as Raymond explains, “We want to be part of something that reflects how we want to raise livestock.” Rasor Farm is committed to traditional, sustainable methods, using horses to work the cattle and maintaining the natural landscape. Though Rasor Farm’s primary market is through a wholesale marketing group, beef is also available for purchase by individual customers.
To find out how to purchase beef from Rasor Farm, visit the AWA Online Product Directory.