We process Beef every other month to keep a good supply of healthy naturally raised beef for our customers. Pasture-raised pigs will be processed in August.

 

FARMER MARKETS

Currently, for 2021 we will be in Spooner WI Farmers Market, Perlick Distillery Farmers Market, The General Store Farmers Market in Barron, Country Lane Farmers Market Barron, WI and Mid Town Farmers Market Minneapolis MN.

Contact us for any questions on availability and for pre-ordering.

phone: 715-645-0043

email: bandolifamilyranch@gmail.com


Natures way

Natures way

We are proud to supply our customers with healthy and delicious grass fed beef, pastured pork. All natural healthy meat. No chemicals are used. Our cattle and pigs get no antibiotics, or hormones.

Grass fed beef

All cattle at the Bandoli Family Ranch are grass fed. Animals are rotated daily to fresh grass until 24 to 28 months of age at which time are ready for market. Our cattle are free of antibiotics and added hormones. Raised all natural the way nature and God intended.


Grass fed beef


Pasture raised pork

Pasture raised pork

Pigs live in wooded pastures and are fed raw jersey milk, GMO free grain, and mixture of grasses and legumes. pigs are purchased from local producers and live in our pastures 6- 8 months at which time are ready for our customers.


Contact Us



Better yet, see us in person!

Visitors are always welcome, just give us a call. We would be more than happy to show you our operation!

Bandoli Family Ranch

22892 Bakker Road, Shell Lake, Wisconsin 54871, United States

bandolifamilyranch@gmail.com
715-645-0043

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May 04, 21

Spring brings many many exciting things and some not so exciting things.  The best part of spring for me is calving, wa...

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Feb 10, 21

Our Pigs and the reason we started raising them.  Our ranch being in Northern Wisconsin has Brush! And land that ha...

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Jan 28, 21

During the winter months we bale graze our cattle.  By doing this we are spreading the manure using the cattle and ...

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