It was the name of my dad’s original race team from the early 1990’s. It also represents what we do – breed Angus to Holstein cows to produce a premium product from our farm to your fork. The A stands for Angus and the H for Holstein.
Not yet. AHBEEF products can be purchased through our direct-to-consumer channels or at events.
We don’t currently offer gift cards.
We don’t currently allow substitutions for our variety boxes. If you would like to add one of our premium products to your order, we do sell individual cuts.


For optimal results, it’s recommended that you thaw beef in the refrigerator, maintaining a safe temperature of 40°F or below. Steaks typically thaw within one day, while larger cuts like roasts may require an extra day or more. Once thawed, beef can safely be refrigerated for an additional 3 to 5 days before cooking. We don’t recommend thawing on the counter or in other environments. If beef is unused after 5 days, it can safely be refrozen.
Beef can safely be stored in the freezer at a constant temperature of 0°F or below. That said, quality degrades over time, so we recommend cooking our beef within 4 to 12 months. To protect against freezer burn, package all cuts tightly to prevent air from getting in.

Braising: chuck, brisket, short ribs, flank steak, skirt steak, and round

Stewing: chuck roast, chuck shoulder, short ribs, round roast, cross-cut shank

BBQ/Smoking: brisket, shoulder, short ribs, ribeye, prime rib, whole rump

Grilling: sirloin steak, ribeye steak, tenderloin steak, rump, porterhouse, T-bone, prime rib, hangar steak, flank steak, skirt steak

Pan Fry/Stir Fry: fillet, flank steak, skirt steak, rump, tenderloin, T-bone, sirloin, ribeye

Pan Searing: skirt steak, hangar steak, T-bone, prime rib, flank steak, porterhouse, rump, tenderloin steak, sirloin steak, ribeye steak

Roasting: rump, prime rib, sirloin roast, ribeye roast, whole tenderloin roast, chuck roll


Breeding Holstein to Angus increases marbling which means a more tender, and tastier, cut of meat.
Our beef is free of antibiotics, hormones, and steroids.
The short answer is no. There is no requirement or mandate to use mRNA vaccines in the beef cattle industry here in the U.S.
Our calves are bottle fed and adult cattle are fed a corn and grain-based diet. In addition, we supplement our cattle with micronutrients which are difficult to obtain adequate quantities through plants alone.

Choosing grass-fed or grain-fed beef comes down to personal preference for taste and ideals.

Grass-fed cattle are eating a diet lower in calories and energy meaning it takes longer for them to reach the proper weight. Feeding cattle on a pasture also takes up more space and this extra time means a premium price. Due to their diet, grass-fed beef tends to be leaner with less marbling and fat.

Grain-fed cattle reach their ideal weight quicker, which is more efficient, less expensive, and better for the environment. Our grain-fed beef also has more marbling with means a more tender and flavorful cut of meat.

All our cattle are born and raised right here in Lockney, TX. We use small, local packers to ensure the quality and freshness of our product meets your expectations. All our premium quality beef is hand- trimmed, and portion controlled.
All our beef is processed in a USDA inspected facility. The Federal Meat Inspection Act (FMIA) requires that all meat sold commercially be inspected and passed to ensure that it is safe, wholesome, and properly labeled. The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service is responsible for inspecting and passing all meat products intended for human consumption.


Sustainability is a continuous journey that includes social responsibility, economic viability, and environmental stewardship. We’re dedicated to doing our very best to honor these three pillars while producing premium cuts of beef for you to enjoy.
Cattle possess a remarkable ability to transform low-quality human-inedible feeds into a valuable source of high-quality, protein-rich beef through the process of upcycling. Thanks to their unique ruminant digestive system, cattle can efficiently consume and extract nutritional value from feeds that would otherwise be unusable by other animals or humans, including distillers grains and wheat middlings. By doing so, they play a vital role in reducing waste by offering an alternative and sustainable utilization of these by-products instead of sending them to the landfills. This not only benefits the environment but also contributes to the production of a valuable food resource in the form of beef.