About Us

Calgary's Most Local Grass Fed Beef

Grazed Right is a short 30 min drive Southwest from the Calgary city limits and we invite all of our customers out to the ranch - come and see firsthand how the cattle are raised, how they are handled and how they live.
Ben and Steph Campbell started Grazed Right in 2013 to follow their dream of becoming ranchers like their parents and grandparents. Our goal is to bring people back to the land and foster a connection with the natural world around us.


Ben & Stephanie, Henry, Sam, and William Campbell
Reconnecting people with their food is important to us, and that is why we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about our beef or ranching practices.
Our passion is to work with animals on the land, reconnect with nature and share that experience with others. We often hold farm tours and invite you out to tour our operation and meet our family (and animals!) - sign up here!

"Providing a happy and natural life for the animals, which naturally becomes a healthier, more sustainable food for all of us, is a core value of Grazed Right."

Ben and Steph ranch on the farm started by Ben’s grandfather, John Campbell. He emigrated to Canada in the 1950s. On a trip across the country found these rolling emerald hills that reminded him of his home in Scotland and we are proud to carry on his legacy.
Ben is being mentored by Dylan and Colleen Biggs of TK Ranch. They are technically our "competitors" in Alberta grass fed beef, and despite that have offered, given and continued to give us a lot of help. There is no way we'd be where we are right now without them and we'd like to take this opportunity to spotlight them as an example of excellent people helping people for no personal gain. What a blessing! They walk the walk of wanting to help communities and farm families and create a food revolution. If anyone wants to buy lamb or turkey please check out their website tkranch.com. They operate under the highest standards and we fully endorse their products.  

Thanks for visiting, happy trails!