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May 18, 2022

Fellers Ranch Attends Minnesota Barbeque Society Event in Isanti, MN

On Saturday, May 14, two of the Fellers Ranch partners attended their first ever “Minn. in May” event.  Jeremy Johnson and Don Savelkoul had heard great things about the annual Minnesota Barbeque Society competition – which brings together the best BBQ teams in the Midwest -- but experiencing it first hand was a treat.

May 16, 2022

Is Fellers Ranch Wagyu Beef Grass Fed or Grain Fed?

Our feed rations are based on the recommendations of the top Wagyu nutritionist in the United States, and his advice has been based on decades of studies and on numerous trips to Japan. Wagyu cattle originated in Japan, where the meat is a delicacy that is sold by the ounce.  

May 16, 2022

How Did Fellers Ranch Get Into The Wagyu Beef Business?

It all started in 2019, with some general discussions between friends and relatives about the livestock industry.  In particular, we were talking about the challenges faced by family farmers and small cattle ranchers.   We recognized that one key problem is that the beef industry is controlled from the top down, by the big meat-packing plants.

Apr 21, 2022

Why You Should Cook Wagyu Beef At Home | Fellers Ranch

If you're like most people, you probably think of cooking Wagyu beef as something that's best left to the professiona...

Mar 28, 2022

Where Can I Buy Dry Aged Wagyu Burgers in MN? | Fellers Ranch™

Updated April 12th, 2022 Welcome to the world of Fellers Ranch™, where we raise Wagyu beef in MN just down from our U...

Mar 22, 2022

The History of Wagyu Beef

Wagyu is the Japanese word for any beef cow coming from Japan.  Literally translated: ‘Wa’ stands for Japanese and ‘gyu’ means cow. Essentially, Wagyu means Japanese cow.

Mar 22, 2022

Order Wagyu Bratwursts for Summer | Fellers Ranch

Fellers Ranch Wagyu Brats for Summer 2022 Its a perfect summer day. The thermometer is at 82, the sun is shining, a l...

Mar 1, 2022

The Many Varieties of Beef Cuts: Which One is Right for You?

Fellers Ranch™ is your source for Minnesota's Finest Wagyu Beef. Our cattle are grown right here in Freeborn County, MN. We do not use commercial feedlots or corporate processing plants. Your taste buds will be thrilled with some delicious beef that was raised right here by local Fellers in Southern Minnesota.

Feb 10, 2022

Why You Should Purchase Your Meat Locally

With the rise in popularity of cooking with meat at home, many people have started to buy locally sourced meats. Local Wagyu beef ranchers like Fellers Ranch™ are one such example; they provide high-quality meats that can be considered more flavorful than their counterparts at big brand stores like Walmart or Kroger because it's fresh from a local ranch raised without hormones and antibiotics (which means you get a better taste!)

Feb 10, 2022

How Fellers Ranch™ Can Help Your Restaurant Standout

At Fellers Ranch™, we produce the highest quality Wagyu beef for fine dining establishments in the Midwest. Our cattle are fed a custom diet and raised with care to keep them happy and healthy. Our Wagyu herd started with the acquisition of two full-blood Wagyu bulls and 128 calves from a nationally known Wagyu producer from Wyoming. That Wyoming rancher had achieved near perfection in Wagyu genetics, but his retirement led to our opportunity.

Dec 21, 2021

New Minnesota Wagyu Beef Products Available Now! | Fellers Ranch

Wagyu Brisket, Wagyu Ribeye, and New York Strip Wagyu Steaks Available Now If you're a fan of high-quality beef, then...

Nov 29, 2021

History of Conger Meat Market

The Johnsons invested into the idea that people like to know where their meat comes from. The Conger Meat Market is a live slaughterhouse where animals are butchered onsite. The new space is USDA certified, which makes it easier for Darcy and Jeremy  to buy and sell to local farmers. They can now support the concept of farm to table.  They decided to invest in the business in Conger because that’s where their reputation lives. Both from the Alden and Conger area, they’ve seen the trend of businesses closing or leaving their area. But through the help of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, they received a grant that took three years to complete.
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