How to place an order?
What is included in a bulk variety pack?
When we process a whole beef, we find our yield to be 50% ground beef, approximately 20% steaks, and 30% roasts and other cuts (not counting the bone cuts of short ribs and shanks).
Consequently we design our variety packs using this percentage. The boxes we have will hold 12.5# (the sampler pack), 25# (the mini pack). If you want to order 50# (the family pack), that will come in two 25# boxes.. If you choose 100# (approximately a quarter beef), that will come in four 25# boxes. Contact us if you are interested in larger quantities.
In these variety packs you may choose to have your steaks packaged in single portions or two per package. You also can let us know your favorite steaks and roasts so we can plan your box to include those choices.
What is the price per pound in a bulk variety pack?
The Sampler Pack costs $150 so your price per pound for 6 pounds of ground beef, a 3.5 - 4 pound roast, and 3 pounds of boneless steaks would calculate to about $12 per pound. Add just $25 to have this shipped to your door.
The Mini Pack costs $300 so your price per pound for 12 pounds of ground beef, two 3 - 4 pound roasts, and 5 pounds of boneless steaks (approximately 6 steaks) would calculate to $12 per pound. Add just $25 to have this shipped to your door.
The Family Pack costs $575 so your shipped price per pound for 25 pounds of ground beef, four 3 - 4 pound roasts, and 10 pounds of boneless steaks (approximately 12 steaks) would calculate to $11.50 per pound. Add just $50 to have this shipped to your door.
The Quarter Pack costs $1100 with free shipping so your shipped price per pound for 50 pounds of ground beef, eight 3 - 4 pound roasts (including a tri-tip), and 20 pounds of boneless steaks (including a flank steak) would calculate to $11.50 per pound.
How is our beef processed?
The beef we sell is processed in a small locally owned and operated, USDA inspected, meat processing plant. It is dry aged for 2 weeks before being cut into consumer sized pieces. Then it is packaged in convenient portions, vacuum packed and quick frozen.
The USDA inspector is there to check the health of the live animals and also to inspect the plant for cleanliness and proper handling of the beef. With USDA inspection, we are ensured that the beef we sell is clean and safe. When we bring it home from the processor, we store it in our freezers at a temperature of 5 degrees below zero. Kept this cold, the USDA states that it will last years and when thawed will be as fresh as the day it was processed.