Episode 162 Greg Putnam / First Generation Cattle Rancher / Navy Seal / Cofounder Of “Little Belt Cattle Company”…
It was an honor to have Greg Putnam on the Podcast, Navy Seal and cofounder of “Little Belt Cattle Company”. I really enjoyed our conversation Greg & his partner have a lot of exciting things happening in there venture as first generation cattle ranchers…
Little Belt Cattle Company is a family owned and operated American brand founded by combat veterans. We care about raising high quality beef that doesn’t destroy the land we love in the process. Our products are born, bred, grazed, processed and eaten right here in the US of A- and we are damned proud of that. If you want imitation fake meat with a kale smoothie on the side- look elsewhere. If you care about providing your family with the highest quality beef or if you catch yourself longing for that western way of life, Little Belt Cattle Company is the brand for you. If you are like us, your grill stays hot no matter the season or weather, your house constantly smells like smoked meat, and your newsfeed is full of food porn. If you have ever heard from your significant other “So you are really staying up all night to make a brisket?”, know you are not alone.
We are named for the Little Belt Mountains, a small range that frames the northern border of our ranch that embodies our values in its likeness. Hard people settled here long ago, and we honor them by pouring our own blood, sweat, triumph, and tribulation into this land. Building a start up cattle company in 2020 isn’t for the faint of heart. You can be sure when you buy Little Belt beef or wear the L-B brand you are representing the American dream and proving that it’s still alive and well. We exist to fuel your adventures, family dinners, BBQs, good times, health and dreams in a way that is both good for you and good for your environment. We are Little Belt Cattle Company, a proud American Brand.
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