what are my options to purchase beef?
There are 3 purchase options:
Order online as a non buying club member. Your order will be put together and an invoice calculated. We will notify you when your order is ready and send you the total price to be paid upon pick up. Let us know the date and time you would like to pick up your meat at the farm.
Order online as a buying club member. Place your order one week prior to delivery. Your order will be compiled, your total price calculated and invoice emailed. Meet up at your gathering site on the date and time scheduled, pick up and pay for your order.
Order bulk online. Fill out the bulk order form, submit. Place $200 deposit for whole cow order and $100 deposit for half cow order. Deposit will go toward total price. We will contact you with the expected wait time for processing and final weight and price total for bulk order. When order is complete, we will notify you and schedule a pick up from the farm. Payment due upon pick up.
If i could buy your beef in the grocery store, what would the label say?
Grass fed. 100% pasture-raised. All natural. No added hormones or antibiotics.
will i really save money buying in bulk?
Yes! Depending on where you buy your beef, what types of cuts you buy, and how often you eat beef, you can save over $1,000 a year on beef.
Price comparisons: Our price for all meat cuts, when purchased in bulk, sells for $4.00/lb for a whole cow and $4.25/lb for a half cow. Grass fed ground beef sells for $8.99/lb at the local farmer's markets; $9.99/lb at the local grocery store.
How much freezer space will i need for bulk orders?
You will need approximately 1 cubic foot for every 30-35 lbs of cut and wrapped meat. A half cow will take up almost a whole upright freezer. A whole cow will most likely need a deep chest freezer.
where is your beef processed?
Our beef is processed at a USDA certified processing facility. Each package of our meat be is USDA inspected and bears the USDA Mark of Inspection.
How long will the beef last?
Frozen and vacuum-sealed beef will last approximately 1 year, after that, the taste will start to diminish.