Farmer Profile

Perdido River Farms

Atmore, Alabama

In 1992, the Poarch Creek Indians set aside 2900 acres of agricultural land on our reservation to start a cattle farm. Using time-honored principals of Tribal land management, we created a sustainable, integrated farm that produces the feed crops for a growing herd of beef cattle. Today, Perdido River Farms is one of the largest cattle operations in the state of Alabama.

As a sovereign nation, the Poarch Creek Indians have our own Natural Resources Conservation Service just like the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Conservation of Tribal lands through soil testing, proper fertilization, and rotational grazing produces good quality grazing forage and hay. The farm includes 650 acres planted with summer and winter crops for cattle grazing and 450 acres of hay ground.

Perdido River Farms has been recognized by the Alabama Cattleman’s Association with the Environmental Stewardship Award for our approach to land management and conservation. We share best practices with the USDA, state agencies and other cattle farms to continuously improve operations and bolster sustainability. The farm’s breeding practices over its 30-year history have also distinguished Perdido River Farms as a producer of the highest quality beef.

Our Products

  • Beef

5535 Poarch Road

Atmore, AL


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