Hideout Hollow Ranch
Address: 9313 McArthur Court Franklin, TN, 37064
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About Us
Hideout Hollow Ranch, nestled between Sheepneck Creek and Bear Creek in small-town Culleoka, Tennessee, is just one hour south of Nashville. We’re so glad you found us.

We are a family-run and veteran-owned ranch that believes beef doesn’t get any better than from all-natural, ethically raised, grass-fed cattle. And that’s just how we raise them at Hideout Hollow Ranch.

We are proud members of the Homegrown by Heroes program of the Farmer Veteran Coalition and also Pick Tennessee.

Explore our website and come visit our ranch to learn more about our all-natural, antibiotic- and hormone-free Angus beef.
ustainable farming and animal husbandry refers to techniques that protect the environment, public health, human communities, and animal welfare.

Environmental preservation is achieved because we don’t use toxic chemical pesticides or synthetic fertilizers around our animals, which are pasture raised, protecting biodiversity and fostering the maintenance of healthy local ecosystems.

Protection of public health comes from raising cattle and hogs without dangerous nontherapeutic antibiotics or arsenic-based growth hormones. It also includes the responsible management of livestock waste to prevent people in our community from exposure to pathogens and nitrates found in animal waste.

Community support is provided by local, sustainable farms like ours bolstering local and regional economies; making healthy, local food options available; and educating the community about responsible farming and livestock husbandry.

Upholding animal welfare comes from livestock husbandry practices that protect the animals' health and wellbeing throughout their life. Raising our cattle on pasture means they move freely, consume a natural diet, and avoid the stress and illness of confinement. All of our beef is humanely raised, humanely slaughtered, and butchered under USDA supervision.

Cattle raised in pastures with rotational grazing have access to grass at its greenest for peak nutrition, leading to more nutritional meat.

Avoids over-use of antibiotics to keep them effective for fighting serious illnesses—over-use leads to drug-resistant viruses. Our cattle don’t need the copious amounts of antibiotics given to cattle that are kept in large, overcrowded, unsanitary living conditions.

Avoids potentially harmful hormone residues in beef. Studies have shown that consumption of beef treated with artificial growth hormones used in mass beef production can affect reproductive hormone levels and capabilities in humans.

High in omega 3 fatty acids, which in turn:
Fight depression and anxiety
Improve eye health
Promote brain health during pregnancy and childhood
Reduce risk factors for heart disease
Fight inflammation and autoimmune disease
Fight age-related mental decline, like Alzheimer’s

High in cancer-fighting conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), whic is also known to combat:
Cardiovascular disease
High blood pressure and cholesterol
And more!

Lower in cholesterol and saturated fat than grain-fed beef, since cows were intended to eat grass—feeding them corn and soy to fatten them up fundamentally changes their body composition, i.e. the meat that we eat in our steaks and burgers!

Richer in antioxidants, including vitamins E, beta-carotene, and vitamin C.