Beef Half Share (Deposit)

Beef Half Share (Deposit)

Half Steer
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Looking for amazing grass fed beef at an incredible price? With our share program, you can buy either a whole, or a half share of beef. It's simple, we raise the steer, you buy the steer, we drop it off at the processor for you, and you make the cut order exactly as you would like it. This is a great way to fill your freezer for the year so you never have to worry about what's for dinner. Save money and get the cuts you want.

We raise our cattle on pasture. We use an intense rotational grazing pattern so they evenly graze the grass, and spread their manure. That manure is the the fertilizer for the grass, and after an appropriate amount of rest, the cattle can re-graze that same land. This regenerative method helps rejuvenate the soil, and provides a healthier diet for our animals. Because our animals are grass fed, they take more then twice as long to finish. This is because the time to mature the meat naturally is a much slower process.

A Half Beef Share averages about 200lbs of beef by the time it has been cut and wrapped. Weights can vary slightly. 

Beef Shares are charged based on the hanging weight of the animal, plus butchering fees. Our hanging weights are approximately 550-650 lbs at time of slaughter. We collect a $400 deposit to secure your half share. You can also opt into our payment plan, we will send you a monthly invoice so by the time steer is ready to be processed, its already paid for.

$5.60/per lb hanging weight

Current butchering fees are $1.15/ per lb hanging weight (about 60% of live weight), $80 for slaughter, and $25 for disposal and freezing fees. This fee is determined by the butcher and is subject to change.

This is a separate fee that must be paid directly to the butcher. It is your responsibility to arrange payment and pick up from the butcher.

Deposits are 100% refundable for 30 days, or until the animal has been slaughtered, whichever comes first.

If you want more, you can order a Whole Share. Click the link below.