Our store (f2m)

Come on over to the farm 2 market!

6215 Haugan Drive
Missoula, MT 59803

(For a Google map click on the address above)

About the store

We are OPEN 24 hours a day and 7 days a week!  You ask how is this possible?  The f2m is on the honor system, which means you:

  1. Show up with cash, check or a Venmo account
  2. Pick out the Oxbow beef or other items you would like
  3. Write down what you are taking
  4. Take the prices off of each item and total them
  5. Leave that amount in the locked box on the wall in the form of either cash, check or send it to us by using Venmo.  Our Venmo account is @oxbowcattleco.  For those of you using cash we have jar with change in it on the table.

We believe in this because of how you all believe in us.  You trust us to raise beef in the healthiest and most responsible way and we trust in you to make this honor system a success!

One of our core values at Oxbow Cattle Company is INTEGRITY.  Our definition of INTEGRITY is what you do when no one is watching.

Thank you for making this possible!

Available year-round

  • All cuts of our beef and bones
  • Rib Eye Steaks
  • New York Steaks
  • Flat Iron Steaks
  • Sirloin Steaks
  • Tenderloin Fillet Steaks
  • Flank Steaks
  • Skirt Steaks
  • Ground burger (regular)
  • Ground Ribeye/New York
  • Ground Sirloin
  • 50/50 Ground burger (50% fat, great for dogs)
  • Stew Meat
  • Roasts
  • Brisket
  • Ribs
  • Tri-tip
  • Hanging Tenders
  • Tenderloin, Ribeye, and New York roasts available upon request
  • Shanks/Osso Buco
  • Oxtail
  • Tongue
  • Heart
  • Liver
  • Kidney
  • Knuckle & Marrow Bones
  • Dog Food (offal)

Want to find out more about these cuts? Check out the “About Our Cuts” page! 

Available seasonally


We also have shirts with our sacred cow logo as well as four baseball cap styles. Feel free to take home a few stickers as well, they make great additions to coffee mugs, water bottles, and laptops! We love seeing the sacred cow around town.

ox · bow
/ 'äks,bō /
An abandoned channel in the course of a river, shaped like a U. We graze our cows on the ancient "oxbows" of the Bitterroot River, where these sub-irrigated fertile remnants of the Bitterroot provide lush feed for grass-finishing cattle.