BEN NEALE, Owner
Raised on a small farm in Lynnville, Tennessee, Ben’s involvement in the cattle industry has grown from a childhood job to the global cattle business by representing U.S. cattle producers on the Five Nations Beef Alliance and involvement with multiple national associations. This also includes two decades of experience with purebred and commercial herd management, direct marketing of feeder and fat cattle, livestock feed sales and nutritional consulting, and now, owning Light Hill Meats. Light Hill Meats is a completed integrated business that consists of a cow herd that has been designed over a decade to make the best quality beef possible, a USDA-inspected processing facility in Lynnville, TN as well as the Light Hill Meats butcher shop in Spring Hill, TN.
He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science from the University of Tennessee-Martin and later earned a Master’s Degree in Agricultural Operations and Masters of Business Administration from UTM.
He and his wife Lauren have four children and reside in Columbia, Tenn.
TAYLOR ROWELL, Head Butcher
Taylor Rowell was born and raised in San Diego, California and attended college in San Luis Obispo, California. While in school, he worked at the local grocery store meat department and learned about the all the possibilities the grill had in store. This experience sparked his passion for a forgotten art: butchery.
Constantly seeking new ideas and learning through experience, he has become a trusted source for his expertise on all things meat. With his 12 years of experience, Taylor utilizes his skill of fine craftsmanship and knowledge behind the counter. Feel free to ask him questions about cuts and meal preparations.
LAUREN NEALE, Marketing
TAMMY LOWE, Office Administrator
Tammy Lowe is Light Hill Meat's processing facility office administrator in Lynnville, Tennessee. She handles scheduling, oversight, and customer service. When you call the plant, you will most likely speak with her. She is a mother of two and has one grandson. She and her husband, Gary, met at a young age and together they raise beef cattle and sheep in Marshall County. Tammy has been with LHM for five years.