Buying Our Grass Fed Beef
We sell our beef by the quarter.
Our price is $ 4.90* per pound hanging weight (Hwt) across all cuts. Typically quarters are between 100 and 140 pounds Hwt. Hwt is the carcass weight before dry aging. Your take-home package weight is approximately 25 – 30% lower than Hwt due to moisture loss during dry aging, bone cut-out, and amount of fat. Depending on the size of the quarter, cost is between $600 – $650 (includes cost of processing).
A $50 deposit is required when ordering, which will put your name on our waiting list. The waiting list will not be longer than 10 weeks unless drought or other environmental difficulties prevent this. It can take up to 10 weeks because we do not process the animal until your order is placed.
Orders for a quarter will be cut to a standard cutting list (see below) and cannot be changed. Orders for more than a quarter can request a customized cutting list. A quarter beef will not take up more than 3 shelves in a side by side refrigerator.
Quarter Animal Standard Cutting List (Weights differ from animal to animal):
- 2-3 chuck roasts
- 1-2 cross rib roasts
- 3 – 4 packages of shortribs
- 2-3 london broil
- 1 bottom round roast
- 1 sirloin tip roast
- 1 brisket
- 2-3 packages of sirloin steaks
- 3-4 packages of New York steaks or 2 packages of T-Bone steaks
- 2 packages of Tenderloin steaks or 1 -2 packages of Porterhouse steaks
- 4 packages of Rib steaks
- 2 packages of round steaks
- 1 tri-tip
- 2 – 3 packages of stew meat
- Approximately 10 – 20 packages of hamburger in 1 – 1 & 1/2 lb. package
Your meat will be delivered to a central location in Phoenix. We always meet on a Friday evening.
Referrals will receive a $25.00 discount.
We offer a discounted price for the 48 Blade Jaccard meat tenderizer (see cooking grass fed beef). If you buy a quarter of beef the Jaccard meat tenderizer cost is $20.00, if you buy more than one quarter the tenderizer is free of charge.
For information cooking various cuts of meat, click on the website below:
*Due to the increasing cost of inputs (fuel, hay, etc.) we have had to increase our price. We strive to keep our prices as low as possible to enable as many families as possible to enjoy healthy, excellent beef.