Pat Robins was born and raised in Salina, UT. He and his wife, Terri, raised six children and have fourteen grandchildren. As a grandfather, he enjoys having his (city slicker) grandchildren visit the farm where they enjoy tractor rides, caring for animals and growing crops.

Pat has deep roots in his hometown community. He finds joy in flipping pancakes during the annual 4th of July breakfast, leading a troop of scouts on an over-nighter, coaching a wrestler from the sidelines, and gathering musicians for a foot-stomping bluegrass jam session.



4th Generation Family-Owned Business

Raising beef has been a Robins tradition starting with Great Grandpa Morril, who owned and operated the Salina Livestock Auction. In 1949, Morril purchased four farms in the heart of Utah, near the Sevier River. Along with his son, Grandpa Bob, they ran a cattle operation, which has expanded over the generations to also include sheep and pork.

In 2001 our daughters, Penny and Janel switched their FFA (Future Farmers of America) projects from lambs to show pigs at the Sevier County Fair. It was such a good experience that, much to Grandpa Bob's dismay, we built a hog operation with the help of our two sons, Bobby and Riley.



From our farm to your table, we pride ourselves in supplying your family with the very best beef and pork.