Our Ranch

Our Ranch in Brady, TX
The Winters-Wall Ranch is located about 4 miles southwest of the City of Brady, Texas. Situated in the Western Hill Country, the terrain is gently rolling with many shallow draws and wet-weather creeks. This +/-6,700 acre ranch is home to a wide variety of Texas wildlife. Songbirds are plentiful, game animals are abundant and non-game wildlife thrive on the Ranch. Six generations of the Winters Family have loved and cared for this land and raised livestock, including cattle, sheep, goats and horses here.

Songbirds Are Plentiful

Our ranch is sits in a migratory fly-way and provides a great stop for birds making their way to the North and heading back to the South. Many species live here year round and others come here specifically to breed. Painted Buntings, Vermillion Flycatchers, Scissor-tailed Flycatchers and Bell’s Vireo are just a few examples of birds that nest on the ranch each spring.

Less Animals, More Conservation

We always make a point to run only as much livestock as the Winters-Wall ranch will easily support. This allows us to use our cattle as a habitat management tool and avoid overgrazing which would damage the wildlife habitat.

Game Animals Are Abundant

Wildlife habitat management is very important on our ranch. We work hard to manage our populations of white-tailed deer, Bob White Quail, Wild Turkey and both Mourning and White-winged Dove. Healthy populations of both game and non-game wildlife species coexist in balance with our livestock.

Cows Roam Free

Winters Family Beef believes that rotational grazing is critical for the health and well-being of our cattle and the ranch. Therefore, we do not feed-lot our animals. The smallest pasture the cattle are ever in is 80 acres!