Quarter Beef Deposit

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Quarter Beef Deposit

97.00

This is an amazing way to fill your freezer with local grass-fed beef that you can feel good about eating and feeding your family!

$750-$850 total (this includes both the deposit and the processing)

  • $4.10/lb hanging weight (100-200 lbs).

  • Processing is approx. $125 ($11.25 for the kill + $0.70/lb hanging.  Additional costs may include $1.50 per box.)

  • You can expect about 55 – 60% of the hanging weight as cut and wrapped meat. (80-125 lbs cut, wrapped, and frozen meat).  Choose all the “extras” on the cut order for the most pounds of meat back.

You can expect:

  • Dry aged sirloin steaks (1" thick) 2/package

  • Dry aged T-bone steaks (1" thick) 2/package

  • Dry aged bone-in ribeye steaks (1" thick) 2/package

  • Chuck roasts 3-4 lbs

  • 1 Shoulder roast 3-4 lbs

  • 1 Pikes Peak Roast 3-4 lbs

  • Short ribs (1-2 lbs each)

  • Soup/marrow bones (1-2 lbs each)

  • 40+ lbs of ground beef

Here’s how it works:

  1. Secure your Quarter Beef Order with a $97 deposit today.

  2. If applicable, delivery/shipping costs will be added to your deposit payment

  3. We hand pick your cow for harvest and send you an estimated delivery/pickup date

  4. We take the cow to the awesome USDA processor (Kinikin Processing in Montrose) that we’ve worked with for years. They cut and package and hard freeze your beef.

  5. We'll email you the week before the pickup with your hanging weight and total due.

  6. Payment is due prior to shipping or home delivery

  7. You order is ready for Pickup/Delivery/Shipping!

  8. Fill your freezer and enjoy local organic grass-fed beef year round!

Standard Cut only: Because we offer a split quarter (pieces from both front and hind quarters)we only offer Quarters as a Standard Cut. This means the butcher will cut it to utilize the animal most efficiently.              

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