Bandera Grassland

Bandera Grassland products are produced on the Seco Valley Ranch in Medina County, Texas. This is our home and our meat and cattle businesses are owner-operated. We produce year-round, but do not always have availability of product due to its high demand. Most beef orders are reserved prior to animals going to slaughter, so please call or email to ask about availability and/or get on our waiting list. Pork is periodically harvested from our local population of feral hogs. Our hens produce eggs year-round but their production slows during the shorter days of October through January. Our cattle are never administered antibiotics or hormones or fed starchy grains or feeds containing animal by-products. Our chickens have free and unfenced access to the outdoors all day and sleep at night in a protected house. Their diets are supplemented with Organic, soy-free grain.

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Always call first before driving out to the ranch to make sure someone will be here. We do not have a staffed on-farm store.

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P.O. Box 122, Tarpley, Texas, 78883

29.559422, -99.332285

29° 33′ 34″ N, 29° 33′ 34″ N


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Hours of Operation

Monday 9:30 am ~ 6:00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am ~ 6:00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am ~ 6:00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am ~ 6:00 pm
Friday 9:30 am ~ 6:00 pm
Saturday 9:30 am ~ 6:00 pm

* see Notes above


Beef 7 / lb.
Grassfed and finished Texas Longhorn beef and Longhorn-x-Hereford cross beef. No antibiotics or hormones or animal by-producs in their feed rations.
Available Now
Jan 1st ~ Dec 31st
Chicken eggs 3.5 / dozen
Pastured chickens roam the ranch headquarters scratching for insects and forages. They are supplemented with Organic, soy-free grain.
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Jan 1st ~ Dec 31st
Pork 6 / lb.
Portion cut sides of free range pork from feral hogs are periodically available. These are killed and processed at the same Mercantile Meat Company that processes our beef. The meat is inspected and labeled for sale. These animals are born wild on our ranch. Their diets consist of natural forages selected by the species plus opportunistic catches of small animals. We have a deer hunting operation on the ranch and our paying hunters stock automatic range feeders with deer rations that contain corn. During the months of October through February, the feral hogs' diets will consist of a small percentage of corn because they are able to access the same enclosures as the deer.
Available Now
Jan 1st ~ Dec 31st