Our beef is raised on grass, and hay. Allowed to roam in
the fields and pastures. The cows are bred so they calf in
Spring. The calves are weaned from their mothers in Fall,
and put back out in the fields, not a feedlot. They are
harvested between 16-24 months old. Their meat is tender
At this time, we offer beef as whole, half and split-side. A
whole Angus weighing 1000 lbs will yield about 420 lbs of
freezer beef. A whole Dexter weighing about 700 lbs will
yield about 294 lbs of freezer beef. 100% Grass Fed
steers do tend to weigh less than pasture grained.
We also offer sample packages and individual cuts.
Want to know more about the difference between Angus
and Dexters, scroll to the bottom of the page.
Want to know more about what you'll get? Click here to
see some beef examples.
Occasionally, depending on time of year as well as supply
and demand, it could take up to 18 months to fill an order.
The reason for this is because we need to sell any calves
after weaning which we do not have an order to finish. We
do keep a few extra back a year, but please don't rely on
these, get your orders in now. We understand how long
this wait can be, but we think it is worth it and so will you.
Average price...$1.50 per pound (live weight) + processing.
Deposit is required.
Angus are moderate sized, cattle known for excellent beef
qualities. The cuts of meat will resemble, in size, the cuts
you find at a grocery store.
Dexter cattle are a rare British breed of cattle that are small
framed and roughly 60% the size of traditional cattle. This
smaller size makes them ideal for freezer beef. Steaks from
Dexter's are smaller than typical grocery store beef.