grassfed beef: quarter, half, or whole
Are you tired of having to make a last-minute run to the grocery store because you don’t have a protein for the next meal? Buy a quarter beef to fill your freezer, and you will have meat at the ready, every day! You might be wondering, how exactly does that work?
You pay us a deposit of $100 for a quarter, $200 for a half, or $400 for a whole beef
We drop your beef off at the processor. They tell us the weight, and we call you with the purchase price ($4/lb hanging weight, minus the deposit). We also remind you to call the processor and go over your cutting order.
You call the processor and discuss how your beef should be cut and packaged.
In 14-17 days, they will cut, wrap, and freeze your meat and call you to tell you it’s done.
You pick it up, and pay them for the processing (usually around $100 per quarter).
It’s THAT simple!
What will I get in a bulk beef purchase?
T-bone steak, Rib steak, Sirloin steak, Round steak, Roasts, Short Ribs, Ground Beef, Soup Bones, Neck Bones, Shanks, Tallow, Liver, Kidney, Tongue, and Heart.
How much will it cost?
We can’t say for sure, because the animals weight will vary when it goes in, anywhere from 100-150 pounds per quarter. That means you should plan on a purchase price of $400-$600 dollars per quarter, plus the $100 for processing.
How much meat will I get?
You should take home 65-100 pounds of meat and bones. That means you will pay approximately $7-$8/pound across the board for steaks, ground beef, roasts, etc.
We recommend purchasing a few retail cuts from us to try before you jump into a bulk purchase, especially if you have not had grassfed beef before. Minnesota law prevents us from buying back custom-processed beef, if you don’t like it.
Are you ready to fill your freezer with a quarter beef? Click below to pay your deposit. If you want a half, enter quantity of 2. If you want a whole, enter quantity of 4.
whole grassfed lamb
Purchasing a whole lamb in bulk is also a great way to stock your freezer with healthy meat! How does it work to purchase a lamb?
You pay us a $50 deposit.
We will drop the lamb off at the processor, and call you with a reminder to call the processor and go over your cutting order.
You call the processor and decide how you want things cut and packaged.
The balance of $250 is due within 48 hours.
They will call you in 7-10 days when your lamb has been cut, packaged, and frozen, and is ready to be picked up.
What will I get with a whole lamb?
Ground lamb, lamb chops, lamb roasts, lamb shanks, neck bones, leg of lamb, liver, heart, kidney, and tongue.
How much meat will I take home?
About 30-35 pounds total.
Are you ready to purchase a whole lamb? Click below to pay your deposit online!