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“When I take ownership, those calves weigh 500 pounds and then we own them all the way through till they’re harvested,” Hall said. “All of our employees are BQA (Beef Quality Assurance) certified. They are trained in low stress handling, sorting, different things like that.”
In 1974, Congress settled a 16-year lawsuit between the Navajo and Hopi nations.The vast majority of those relocated were Navajos deemed to be living on Hopi land. . . .The largest concentration of relocatees —about 400 families—moved to an area in northeastern Arizona they called the New Lands (Nahata Dz'iil) [in 1985]
The 14-R Ranch is located on a 365,000 acre parcel of ranch land in Nahata Dziil, Ariz., where hundreds of Navajo families were relocated as a settlement between the Hopi and Navajo during the 1980s. The name 14-R comes from the 14 range management units where Navajo families own and care for cattle.
We’ve got 14 range units, about 25,000 acres per unit, where permittees are allowed up to 30 head of cattle. Our beef grazes naturally and feeds on a particular type of sage shrub that brings lots of protein and other nutrients as well as adding special flavor to our meat.
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