Listen as Elisabeth Erickson-Noe teaches us about cattle ranching in Southeastern Colorado and the hard work that goes into quality meat production.
About Elisabeth Erickson-Noe:
Raised on her family’s cattle ranch in Central California, Elisabeth’s roots in agriculture run five generations deep. Expanding the family’s ranching operations to Colorado led Elisabeth to her future husband where together they run their own commercial beef operation and enjoy raising their children in the canyons of Southeastern Colorado.
Elisabeth obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology with an emphasis in Neurology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Advocating for producers is in her nature and she has successfully helped defend local ranchers against government overreach attempts by the National Park Service and United States Forest Service. She is passionate about serving the people on the land and working towards the renewal of decentralized markets.
Elisabeth worked for the Colorado Independent CattleGrowers Association as their Media Coordinator, researching and writing for the organization on topics pertinent to independent cattle ranchers. Additionally she served one term as the National Beef Chairperson for Women Involved in Farm Economics. Currently, she devotes her time to raising and educating her two young children, working with her husband on the ranch, and ministering God’s grace and goodness as a leader in the Women’s ministry at her church.
Elisabeth, along with her husband and children, are excited to soon offer their pasture raised, all-natural beef, to American families. Mesa Beef, will offer beef born and raised on the Colorado ranch by them, the small company’s only employees! They look forward to providing honest, quality beef straight from the ranch to your kitchen. Follow Elisabeth on Instagram @elisabeth_jer2911 for the upcoming announcement.