STEEPED IN TRADITION
In 1960 a group of Hutterites, whose roots date back to the early 16th-century Switzerland, moved to the outskirts of Spokane, Washington, where today the work, dress, and play much as their ancestors did over 400 years ago.
The Hutterites typically practice dryland agriculture on a large scale. Hutterite communities or “colonies”, strive for complete self-sufficiency; they raise virtually everything they need for their sustenance.
PUREBRED ANGUS CATTLE
The Brotherhood currently runs approx 160 purebred Angus cattle and would like to eventually grow that to about 300 head. They also raise approx 450 cows on their commercial side of the cattle operation.
Steeped With Tradition
Traditions & Technology
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