One Ronda Jean Rousey is “Hanging with the Goats” in her latest Instagram post. Showing off her “boys” Max, Ibex, and the rest of the herd, the UFC and WWE legend proves herself every bit the Outsider, too.
Not that Rowdy has anything to prove – it’s just great to see a fellow Outsider living their best life. Ronda Rousey and her husband, Travis Browne, have it made on their Riverside, California farm & ranch: Browsey Acres. Indeed, she’s traded life in the ring for their low-key rural digs. And by the looks of it, she couldn’t be happier.
“@Travisbrownemma got some new cement blocks to make the fortified compost of his dreams to recycle our wagyu poo,” Rousey begins her Sunday post. Within, she shows off her husband’s enormous cement builders, but they look to already be under new ownership.
“The @browseyacres goats enjoyed the new novelty… And by enjoying I mean Max rubbing his beard all over me and the boys butting heads,” she continues in the caption.
As for Browsey Acres, Ronda Rousey & hubby tout their property as “just 2.4 acres in California that the Browseys and their animals are also working to make 100% sustainable.”
“Follow @browseyacres for more animal updates, goat beards, head butting and stuff. And check the link in my bio to see why we have all that #fullbloodjapanesewagyu poo. And learn how we’re trying to change the meat industry one cow at a time,” Rousey concludes via her official Instagram.
Ronda Rousey’s Building a Sustainable Meat Empire
Upon following said “link in bio,” Rousey & Browne’s potential customers are led to their official Browsey Acres website. It’s a sharp, fantastically-presented browse that shows just how serious these two are about their latest venture together.
“Browsey Acres and the sustainable lifestyle Ronda Rousey and Travis Browne are living started with small choices to make the world a cleaner, safer, and better place for everyone—including their cows,” the site begins.
Moreover, Browsey Acres continues that it was “the little things” that Ronda & Travis began to change in their life. Each new step in sustainability led to their decision to found the business. First it was installing water catchment systems to conserve water. Then came making eco bricks out of plastic bottles. From it all, their passion “grew into the bigger picture you see now.. The Browsey Acres ranch.”
As for what Ronda Rousey’s business actually does, Browsey Acres hopes to give people “the opportunity to take responsibility for where their food comes from.”
“All the love and care they put into their Wagyu cows now comes back to you,” the site adds. Which is their focus: the beef from their Japanese Wagyu cows.
Way to go, Ronda Rousey!