Rosewood news and activities related to COVID-19 concerns: Read More
Rosewood Ranch employees along with Rosewood client-employees spent Friday, November 4, 2016 rounding up cattle at Rosewood Ranch. Rosewood Ranch manager Eric Hammond and his crew separated heifers and steers, in addition to vaccinating cows. Rosewood Ranch keeps approximately 75 head of cattle. Rosewood client-employees help to maintain cattle through the year. The breed of cattle raised at Rosewood Ranch is a Simmental Red Angus mix, explained Hammond. “You can’t get any better than all-natural, grass-fed beef raised on the Kansas prairie,” said Hammond. The Ranch sells approximately 30 calves annually and also uses Rosewood beef for its line of summer sausage and beef sticks, which are sold at the Rosewood Wine Cellar in downtown Great Bend.