Grass-Fed Beef Boxes

Available for pick-up before Christmas!

12-pound box

$112 ($9.35/lb)
What you get:
  • 3 to 3.5 lbs. steak (1 or 2 steaks: bone-in ribeye, sirloin, porterhouse, T-Bone, or tri-tip)
  • 3.5 lbs. roast (chuck, top round or bottom round, etc.)
  • 2 lb. stew meat
  • 4+ lbs. ground burger (1 to 1.5 lbs. per package)
  • (2 lbs. bone for broth if requested)

25-pound box

$233 ($9.30/lb)
What you get:
  • 6 lbs. steak (bone-in ribeye,
    sirloin, porterhouse, T-Bone, or tri-tip)
  • 9 lbs. roast: three 2.5–3 lb roasts
    (chuck, top round or bottom round, etc.)
  • 3 lbs. stew meat
  • 8 lbs. ground burger (1 to 1.5 lbs. per package)
  • (5 lbs. bone for broth if requested)

50-pound box

$463 ($9.25/lb)
What you get:
  • 15–16 lbs. steak (bone-in ribeye,
    sirloin, porterhouse, T-Bone, or tri-tip)
  • 10–16 lbs. roast: five 2–3 lb roasts
    (chuck, top round or bottom round, etc.)
  • 6–7 lbs. stew meat
  • 17–20 lbs. ground burger (1 to 1.5 lbs. per package)
  • (5 lbs. bone for broth if requested)

Lamb also available; see Notes, below. Please note: All weights approximate

Call or email to reserve your box:

Notes

  • All boxes are approximately 35% TO 40% ground burger. Our burger is 20% fat, not lean! The taste is in the fat.
  • Our harvest date is in October so generally pick-up is before Thanksgiving. We cannot guarantee that. The processor rules!
  • Flat iron, brisket, flap meat and roasts, extra, also available at $9.35 per lb. or can replace burger or stew meat in your order.
  • All weights are approximate.
  • Steaks and roasts are bone-in.
  • Organs and bones are available by request in all packages, or sold separately.
  • All our animals are free-range and grass-fed (we feed them enough grain, about a cup a day or less, that they will come when called). We feed them approximately ½ bucket of corn silage a day to flavor the fat.
  • We also sell LAMB by the “whole” or “half.” The lamb is also grass-fed. This year we still have three lambs available: whole or half. This is quality lamb and delicious.

I grew up on a ranch and then became vegetarian for thirty years as I wasn’t willing to eat the meat from the supermarket. Alicia grew up in Argentina, a place famous for its beef; and when she moved to the US she became a semi-vegetarian for the same reason I did. Inevitably, one of the reasons we started our farm was so we could eat meat again, meat we trusted. We invite you to share this quality meat.

While most prices around us have gone up, ours have NOT! With the prices above, we are saving you 20% to 25% of what this would cost in your local COOP or “health food” market.

Ross and Alicia Hackerson

p.s. By the way, we are not preppers or survivalists; we are farmers that have an intimate relationship with prices, climate, the weather, storms, and the vagaries of the supply chain. One of our concerns is food security, both locally and regionally. To that end we have a suggestion: think about getting a small freezer (8 or 9 cubic feet, fits easily in a small apartment), and a solar generator. You can keep a lot of good stuff, including our meat in that freezer (one of our 50 pound packages uses about 1/3 of the space); and the generator will power your fridge, the freezer and a computer/phone charger for days.

Our favorite generator is the Patriot Power 1800 from 4Patriots.com [we have no relationship with them and they are “preppers”].