About Us

The Patry Family

We run a family operated cattle business in the heart of the Interior of British Columbia.

Like many of you, we understood the struggle in finding quality products that you can feel good about investing in. That is why in 2016 we started building our own ranch as a family.

With a lot of land, plenty of animals and even more hard work we were committed to doing things the right way.

What started off as a cow/calf operation has now become a top quality grass-fed beef business.

Our products not only have great
flavour, but bring satisfaction and peace of mind knowing your freezer is full of sustainable, nutritious beef. We think you will love having healthy food available at your fingertips.

 We hope that you will join us in our mission to provide people with great beef that they can trust by supporting our ranch and our family,  and sharing your experience with your friends and family as well.

We look forward to serving
you and bringing you along on our journey with you and yours.

-Nelson, Danielle

Westyn and Kacey

A Day in our Boots

Between running a grass-fed beef operation, a Guest Ranch business, homeschooling our 2 young kids and the regular ranch maintenance...our days are pretty full! But we feel that instilling practical life skills, good work ethics, respect for the land and animals, morals and integrity are well worth the added workload.

We bring our children alongside us in everything we do here on the ranch. They get to see the beautiful sides to ranching (to which there are many) and also, the sometimes not so beautiful. The life lessons are endless.

It is our hope that we can create a lasting legacy and a love for a lifestyle that is rapidly declining.

Our Herd

At Rafter P Ranch, we are extremely proud of our animals. We raise all our own cows right here on the ranch. Our cattle are raised in a stress-free environment where ethical and humane treatment is our main focus.

From late Spring to Fall our cows roam and graze the mountain pastures nearby. We bring them home in the late Fall when the weather turns. They then spend the winter months on our home fields, getting fed our nutritious homegrown hay.