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Trying to figure out what package is best for you?

Not sure how much to buy, let us help you with that. Here are some guidelines to help you decide which level of bulk meat works for your situation.

  1. According to USDA statistics, the average American eats about 55-60 lbs of red meat every year.

Number of meals per week​

    2. Freezer Space to hold your product.

        1 cubic foot of freezer space will hold 35-40 lbs of packaged meat so:

  • 1/8 beef will need 1-2 cf of freezer space​

  • 1/4 beef will need 2.5- 3.5 cf of freezer space

  • 1/2 beef will need 5-6 cf of freezer space

  • Whole beef will need 10-15 cf of freezer space. 

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1/8 BEEF

If you are single or just want to tip-toe in and see what the grass finished experience is all about, this is for you. This pack requires about 1.75 cubic feet of freezer space and will easily fit in any standard fridge/freezer. These cuts are packed in user-friendly single cut or 1 lb packages.

Signature cuts include about:

  • Premium Ground Beef: 18-24 lbs in convenient 1 lb packages 90/10 blend

  • Savory Cuts: 3-4 Roasts

  •  2-3 packages of stew meat in convenient 1 lb packages

  •  2-4 Cross Cut Shanks individually packaged

  •  One of the following 'odd cuts', too few for every box: Brisket, Back Ribs, OR Korean Style Ribs.

  • 14-21 Day Dry Aged Steaks:

    • 2 Sirloin Tips, 2 - 1 lb packs of Minute Steak,

    • 2 Top Sirloins,

    • 3-4 New York Strips,

    • 2-3 Rib Eyes,

    • 2 Filet Mignons,

    • One of the following 'odd cuts' too few for every box: Skirt, Bavette (flap), Flank OR Tri-Tip.

1/4 BEEF

A Quarter Beef (Split Half) will keep a family of two eating beef for about a year, or a family of four about six months. This pack requires about 3 to 4 cubic feet of freezer space. These cuts are packed in user friendly single cut or 1 lb. packages.

Signature cuts include about:

  • Premium Ground Beef: 36-48 lbs. in convenient 1 lb packages 90/10 blend

  • Savory Cuts: 6-8 Roasts

  •  4-6 packages of stew meat in convenient 1 lb packages

  •  4-8 Cross Cut Shanks individually packaged 

  • One or two of the following 'odd cuts', too few for every box: Brisket, Back Ribs, OR Korean Style Ribs.

  • 14 to 21-day dry-aged Steaks:

    • 4 Sirloin Tips, 4 - 1 lb. packs of Minute Steaks

    • 4 Top Sirloins,

    • 6-8 New York Strips,

    • 4-6 Rib Eyes,

    • 4 Filet Mignons,

    • One or two of the following 'odd cuts' too few for every box: Skirt, Bavette (flap), Flank, OR Tri-Tip.

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1/2 BEEF

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A Half Beef will keep a family of four eating beef for about a year. In this pack, you get EVERY single cut your heifer has to offer! This pack requires about 6 to 8 cubic feet of freezer space. These cuts are packed in user-friendly single cut or 1 lb. packages.

Your beef is PRE-DIVIDED into 4 boxes for easy sharing with family, neighbors, and friends :-)

Signature cuts include about:

  • Premium Ground Beef: 72-96 lbs in convenient 1 lb. packages 90/10 blend

  • Savory Cuts: 12-16 Roasts,

  • 8-12 packs of stew meat in convenient 1 lb. packs,

  • 8-16 Cross Cut Shanks individually packaged,

  •  ALL of the following 'odd cuts': Brisket, Back Ribs, & Korean Style Ribs.

  • 14-21 Day Dry-aged Steaks:

    • 8 Sirloin Tips, 8 - 1 lb. packs of Minute Steaks,

    • 8 Top Sirloins,

    • 12-16 New York Strips,

    • 8-12 Rib Eyes,

    • 8 Filet Mignons,

    •  ALL of the following 'odd cuts': Skirt, Bavette (flap), Flank, & Tri-Tip.

WHOLE BEEF

This option is the best value and it’s easy to get by going in with friends and family. We make it easy because we will divide the beef into two halves or four quarters for you if needed. For an average size beef, you’ll get about 400 pounds boxed weight Meat will fill 8 boxes requiring about 13-14 cubic feet of freezer space.

 

A standard cut includes:

  •  64 lbs chuck/pot roasts,

  • 23 lbs ribeye steak and/or prime rib,

  • 4 lbs back ribs,

  • 32 lbs round (minute steak/london broil),

  • 16 lbs sirloin tip (tri tip and steak),

  • 17 lbs top sirloin (steak),

  • 7 lbs tenderloin steak,

  • 30 lbs NY Strip,

  • 8 lbs flank/skirt/bavette,

  • 7 lbs brisket,

  • 16 lbs shank,

  • 16 lbs boneless stew meat,

  • 13 lbs Korean style ribs,

  • 145 lbs ground,

  • 2 lbs hanger steak.

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Signature Cuts:

  • Roasts

    • 1 bone-in leg​

    • 1 boneless shoulder

  • 2 shanks

  • 8 lamb chops

  • 1 pkgs ribs

  • 2-4 lbs of ground lamb

HALF LAMB

Eating Colorado lamb for the first time can be quite an experience! Colorado lamb is known for its excellent quality, tenderness, and rich flavor. When you take that first bite, you might notice a combination of savory, slightly sweet, and earthy flavors that come from the lamb's diet, which often includes grasses and other vegetation found in the Colorado region.

The meat tends to be tender and juicy, with a mild yet distinctive taste that sets it apart from other types of lamb. Depending on how it's prepared, you might pick up on different nuances in the flavor profile. Whether it's grilled, roasted, or braised, Colorado lamb has a way of captivating your taste buds and leaving you craving more.

The experience can be particularly memorable if you're someone who appreciates high-quality, ethically sourced meat. Knowing that Colorado lamb is often raised in open pastures, with an emphasis on sustainable and humane farming practices, can add another layer of enjoyment to the dining experience.

WHOLE LAMB

Buying a whole lamb can offer a multitude of conveniences and opportunities for creating wonderful meals to share with family and friends.

Overall, buying a whole lamb is not only convenient and cost-effective but also offers the opportunity to create memorable meals and share unforgettable moments with the people you care about. It's a decision that's sure to delight both your taste buds and your loved ones.

Signature Cuts:

  • Roasts

    • 2 bone-in leg​

    • 2boneless shoulder

  • 4 shanks

  • 16 lamb chops

  • 2 pkgs ribs

  • 3-5 lbs of ground lamb

  • ~1 lb neck bones

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**All prices include processing, dry-aging, and butchering fees. It also includes products being vacuum sealed into our heavy airtight freezer plastic that is built to last the test of time. We build in all the costs to give you 100% transparency and so there is no guesswork on the final cost.

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