As family gathered around the Holidays a few years ago, we talked about recent travels and places we dreamed to be. Our most memorable travels involve cultural experiences, connecting with local folks, and sharing stories and great food.
But it was a couple of unrelated and otherwise unremarkable travel experiences that left us with lasting impressions. When dining in high-end restaurants in western cities, we noted that the specialty beef on the menus was imported from overseas. Kobe beef from Japan is as understandable as Champagne from France, but why would restaurants in the American west import a Wagyu cross when domestic cattle producers could provide that product?
“Our most memorable travels involve cultural experiences, connecting with local folks, and sharing stories and great food.”
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Stone Ranch Montana Wagyu isn’t about a single place. It’s about a continuing story of collaboration that began over a century ago.
C.R. Stone, along with his sister Nettie and brother-in-law George, established their homes and built businesses and communities in central Montana at the turn of the last century. They knew what it meant to work hard, contribute to their community, and to try to provide opportunities for those that came after them. Building on the legacy of our great uncle C.R., and great grandmother Nettie, we are committed to bringing you quality through collaboration and good stewardship, sound citizenship, a memorable culinary experience, and a little touch of flair at Stone Ranch Montana Wagyu.
We hope you'll join us on this adventure, enjoy one of Montana's finest beef offerings, and be a part of what makes Montana the last best place on earth.