New Website / Store!

by Mark Erb January 31, 2015

Welcome to our new website / store! 

We are very excited to be able to offer you one more step of convenience! We are now able to accept credit card payment and best of all you are able to do this right on this site! 

Another exciting new development is that we are now starting to do our own deliveries! So what this means for you is that you will be able to get your meat delivered to your home at a reasonable rate depending on where you live and your distance from us. The shipping charges are based on how much weight you are getting. The more weight you buy the less the shipping charges become to a minimum charge.

We would love to bring you some of the goodness that grows naturally here at Wilderness Ranch! So go ahead and order and enjoy the convenience of having it delivered to your door! 

From your Local Sun Harvesting Grass Farmer at Wilderness Ranch.

Mark




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