We are pleased to be able to offer the highest quality beef again this year! As always, we are committed to the sound practices that enable us to produce a safe, nutritious, and healthy product for you to enjoy. If you are a returning customer, welcome back! We are happy to know that you enjoyed our product last time and are excited to serve you again. If you are a new customer this year, thank you for your interest, and please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. Below, you will find answers to some of the most common questions that we receive. When you have all of the information you need, you can submit your order and download your specification sheet! We have cattle of different ages and sizes currently on feed, so the timeline for delivery will be between April and August.
For this year, our prices are structured as follows:
- Whole - $2.40/lb at a hanging weight
- Side - $2.65/lb at a hanging weight
- Quarter - $2.90/lb at a hanging weight
Remember, take advantage of the lowest price by splitting a whole steer with friends and family!
Our cattle typically weigh 1300 pounds,when they are ready to be processed. From those pounds, we expect to retain roughly 62.5%, or 812.5 pounds, for a hanging weight. It is by this weight that beef is priced.
1300 lbs of live wt. x 62.5% = 812.5 lbs of hanging wt.
812.5 lbs x $2.90/lb = $2,356.25. This is the total cost for a whole steer.
We are committed to serving a premium product that is priced below a lower quality product at the grocery stores. In the above example, the price per pound of take-home meat is approximately $4.75/pound.
Cattle may yield slightly more than, or slightly less than, what we anticipate. The price per pound will remain the same in either circumstance. If the hanging weight of one of our animals exceeds 1000 pounds, we will issue a price reduction to bring your cost down closer to our original estimate. For every fifty (50) pounds over 1000 pounds, we will decrease the price per pound of hanging weight by 2%.