Thomas Cattle

Thomas Cattle Company

Thomas Cattle Company provides Treasure Valley customers with convenient local product pick-ups. In addition, their beef can be purchased directly in 1/4, 1/2 and whole shares.

Ed Contreras of NRCS Field Conservation Services has assisted the Thomas brothers in creating an overall habitat management and grazing plan based on nesting and brood rearing habitat for sage grouse. Together they cleared away over four thousand acres of junipers to open up more open sagebrush habitat.

Early Life and Education

Thomas was raised in an economically depressed African American neighborhood. To escape her environment, she turned to books as an escape route and studied creative writing at Belhaven University in Jackson Mississippi – ultimately authoring fiction and creating her guide Find Your Voice 2020 (2020).

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Professional Career

Thomas has an extensive professional history that spans his education at the University of Wales (BSc Honours Agriculture), Oxford, and Queensland Universities. Since graduating he has spent substantial portions of his career working on pasture and forage improvement research across Africa and South America.

He is a member of both the American Society of Animal Science and Texas Veterinary Medical Association, working collaboratively with livestock producers, county extension agents, and practicing veterinarians on cattle health matters while offering educational programming for practicing veterinarians.

Thomas Cattle Company is run by siblings Claudette, Morgan, Seth and Logan Thomas alongside their parents to raise premium all natural Angus beef for local pickup, home delivery in Treasure Valley or nationwide shipping. Additionally, local events and farmers’ markets serve as distribution channels.

Achievement and Honors

Time away from the ranch can be challenging, but when done right it can pay dividends – something Jimmy Thomas has learned through a 30-year career.

Thomas has taken great strides since purchasing his first cow/calf pair and herd bull in 1950 to expand the program and establish what is known today as Thomas Family Ranches. Their family now raises all natural, Certified Animal Welfare Approved Angus beef that they sell individually cut, small bundles or shares via their website, local events or farmer’s markets.

He is currently conducting research at AgriLife Research Center in Beeville to enhance beef cattle systems through research on grazing traits and sustainability, specifically how these attributes are affected by environmental variables like temperature and humidity.

Personal Life

Thomas was passionate about the cattle business and upheld its traditional ideals. His reputation among ranch hands and cowmen was outstanding as they recognized his hard work ethic and generosity.

He gained a solid reputation within the cattle industry by displaying leadership and dedication to innovation. Additionally, in his free time he pursued amateur art work and enjoyed horseback riding.

Today, the family ranching business continues. They run an all-natural angus cattle company which raises individual cuts, small bundles and beef shares that can be purchased online as well as locally at events or farmer’s markets. Based in Oreana Idaho and shipping nationwide; family members include daughter Lynn who manages accounting at the ranch as well as sons Seth and Logan.

Net Worth

Thomas was an exceptionally wealthy cattleman in Kerrville, Texas, known for his support of rodeos and breeding of cow horses that competed at rodeos and other events. Additionally, his estate provided significant contributions to many local groups and institutions – including several schools – while living on his 2,000-acre ranch there.

Prior to his financial troubles surfacing, he was considered one of the premier landowners in southeastern Oklahoma. He listed in his bankruptcy papers ownership of 11,500 acres – second only to another rancher who claimed 40,000. But he kept much of his wealth hidden by leasing some property to an individual now jailed for money laundering, according to court records.

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