This is (1/8) of a Cow. It weighs around 50 pounds, and the parts come from all subprimals (both front and back halves). You will see the following: Filet Mignon / Tenderloin: ~1 pounds Sirloin Steaks: 2-4 pounds Rib Eye and / or New York Steaks: ~5 pounds Roasts (Brisket, Rump Roast, London Broil, Chuck Roast, Cross-Rib Roast, Shoulder Clod): 4-6 pounds Steaks (Chuck Petite Tender, Eye of Round, Flank Steak, Flat Iron, Hanger Steak, Skirt Steak, Cross-Rib Steak, London Broil Steak) and Short Ribs / Osso Bucco: 5-15 pounds Ground Beef / Hamburger Patties / Stew Meat : ~25 pounds (Note: Ground Beef is the most common, but you may also get the other cuts)
A Cow Share is a portion of a whole steer, which is then prepared to your specifications and packaged for your freezer. You are actually buying a share of a live animal. In your harvested share you receive a full assortment of premium cuts - the difference is just how many pounds of each cut you receive is relative to the share amount of the animal you purchased.
We totally tend to your LIVE cow "share" by providing him acres of room and board along with a pesticide and herbicide free grassy pasture and tasty hay grown and collected ONLY on our farm. We do not fatten/finish or feed your share with corn grains, chemicals or hormone injections. Grass-fed is not the same thing as organic. Organic meat can come from grain-fed cows, as long as their grain was organic. Some beef is both organic and grass-fed. But they are not the same thing! We only raise healthy 100% Grass and Pasture raised cattle.
We never rush the growing of the beef steers we raise, for it takes a few years for every animal to develope large enough naturally to harvest. Sometimes expect be placed on our wait-list, or notice that the particular share/bundle you wish to purchase is unavailable due to this fact.
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We want to make your experience with ordering from us as enjoyable as eating one of our 100% grass fed beef burgers or steaks. Your questions, inquiries and comments are always appreciated.Contact Us