Welcome to 4T Ranch!

4T Ranch is proud to say we are Certified Oklahoma Beef producers!

Although Certified beef means that the beef you are buying has been bred, born, raised and harvested in Oklahoma, all of the beef that we sell here at 4T Ranch is always born and raised right here on the ranch!

Our cattle are hand raised, we can tell you everything about all of the cattle on the ranch. From conception to finish, all decisions are made right here at 4T.

We are also Beef Quality Assurance Certified!

Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) is a national program that raises consumer confidence through offering proper management techniques and a commitment to quality within every segment of the beef industry. 

BQA means producing and providing a beef product that is wholesome and safe, but it also means providing a product that is going to deliver a desirable eating experience. Quality beef consistently satisfies customer expectations for eating, and preparation characteristics such as: tenderness, flavor, juiciness, color, packaging, price, and ease of preparation.

Whether you are looking for Farm Fresh Beef direct from a source you know and can rely on for top quality beef with no additives or growth hormones, or needing a herdsire that can go to work to improve your program, think of 4T Ranch.

We are a family owned and operated seedstock producer that raises registered Gelbvieh and Balancer (Gelbvieh x Angus) cattle. Our cattle are bred to be functional in every way. We utilize Embryo Transfer and A.I. protocols to continue improving our genetics to stay in pace in an ever-changing market. This allows us to make our cattle more efficient and select the traits that will continue to make our cattle work in the show ring, in the pasture, and on the plate.

The Gelbvieh breed brings strong maternal traits, as well as, docility that will add value for the commercial cattleman by adding pounds and higher grade, whether selling at weaning or retaining heifers for replacements that will continue to raise calves that perform.

In the heat of the summer or the cold of winter, raising cattle is a full time job, 365 days a year.

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