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About Us / Stony Mountain Ranch History: Stony Mountain Ranch at the World Financial Center Greenmarket!\n\nStony Mountain Ranch, who raise grass-fed Piedmontese beef from Schuylkill County, PA has set up shop and will be providing Greenmarket shoppers with their all-natural taste every Thursday from 8:00 a.m – 6:00 p.m. Stony Mountain Ranch will also be featuring Stony Mountain Ranch beef marinated and slow-cooked in Beth’s Farm Kitchen Blazin’ Tomato Chutney at the EAT World Financial Center Restaurant Showcase today (Oct. 7) from 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.\n\nStony Mountain Ranch is a small 28 acre family owned and operated farm tucked away in the lovely hills of Schuylkill County, PA. We moved to our farm in 2008 with a desire to live closer to nature and to raise our family of 8 children in a healthy and wholesome environment caring for animals and plants the way God intended as stewards of the earth. \nWe developed an interest in Piedmontese Beef by accident about 12 years ago when we purchased a whole beef for the freezer from a local farmer who told us almost apologetically that it was part Piedmontese. We had no idea what that meant, but it turned out to be the best beef we had ever eaten. We never found any again. \nWhen we moved to our little farm in 2008 with the desire to get into some wholesome food production, our memories were stirred about that good beef we had had. Upon further research, we discovered that the Piedmontese breed of cattle is indeed very special - and blessed we were to have tasted it! We pursued getting a few and acquired our first five head in May of 2009. In December 2009 we had an opportunity to purchase a herd of about 30 Piedmontese breeding animals and their calves. We moved forward and today are breeding and raising those cattle on our own farm and some land we are renting from neighboring properties. We firmly believe in treating our land and animals very well and strive toward natural methods of care in everything we do. All of the children get to help in caring for our animals which also include chickens, horses, goats and of course a dog! We love our farm and we love producing wholesome food that can bless others.