GRASS FED BEEF FROM THE FARM
★ Sampler Pack (Great first time)
A Sampler Pack is a great way for first timers to try out our delicious grassfed beef. It includes all the typical cuts you want to enjoy like steaks and roasts, and ground beef. While the package weight is different for each animal, the average sampler packaged size 15 pounds
Recommended for smaller families with 1-2 adults, 1 child
Each cut is individually wrapped, except some of the steaks which generally come 2 per pack
Includes typically 1 Roast, 1 pckg NY Strip, 5-2lb pckgs Hamburger
Sampler pack costs $100
The BBQ includes a few more types of cuts than an 1/8. Its a great value that gives you all the BBQ beef standards like steaks, Shishkabobs and our great hamburger. This BBQ package weights averaging around 20lbs.
Recommended for families with 1-2 adults and a kid or two
Each cut is individually wrapped, except steaks which generally come 2 per pack
Includes 2 pckgs NY Strip Steak, 2 pckgs Sirloin Steaks, 2 pckgs Ribeyes, 1 pckg Shishkabobs, 1 pckg Fajita, 4 2lb pckgs hamburger.
BBQ Pckg costs $150
★Family of 4 Package
Family Package customers enjoy the best value and the biggest variety of cuts. While the weight varies by animal, the family package we have is 30lbs.
Recommended for families with 2 adults and 1-2 kids
Includes 1 Roast, 2 pckgs stew meat, 2 pckgs sirlion, 11-2lb pckgs hamburger
Family Package is $200.
A LA CARTE
Individual Roast Packages - $7.00 per lb
Individual Steak (depending on cut can be 2 to a package)
Ribeye/NY Strip - $15 per lb
Filet - $20 per lb
Sirloin and Flat Iron - $11 per lb
Shishkabobs, Fajita Meat, Stew Meat- $7.00 per lb
Brisket - $10 per lb
Ribs - $5 per lb ( come in packages of 8lbs a piece)
Hamburger 2lb packages - $12.00
Tongue and Heart - $2.50 per lb
Oxtails - $3.50 per lb
Bag of Bones for Soups or Dogs - $10 approximately a 6lb bag
HOW MUCH FREEZER SPACE WILL YOU NEED?
An Eighth Beef can fit in the top freezer of a normal refrigerator/freezer with room left over. A quarter of beef needs about 4 cubic feet. We use 1 deep shelf, and both of the two bins at the bottom of the fridge, along with some of the storage on the door for a quarter. We have typically more than half of the fridge space left. The rule of thumb is one cubic foot of freezer space for every 35 – 40 pounds of packaged meat. A quarter of beef will easily fit into a 5 -7 cubic foot chest freezer.
A half beef needs about 8 cubic feet.
You should plan for at least 16-17 cu.ft. freezer space for a whole beef.
This will also vary a little bit with the freezer design.
Needed freezer space varies with the choice of cuts and packaged weights also.