Our Beginner Bulk Beef Box is roughly 20 pounds of delicious, nutrient rich protein that your entire household will love (and you'll feel good about eating)!
Because these boxes are basically a 1/16 of an entire cow - the cuts and quantity will vary but they will always be a minimum of 20lbs with the ratios of cuts below. Here's an example box below of what you can expect.
About 40% Ground Beef
+ 7-8 lbs of individually packaged ground beef
About 40% Savory Cuts
+ 1-2 Roasts (Round, Chuck and Arm)
+ 1 Shank Packages (Soup Bones)
+ 1 Stew Meat Packages
+ 1 of the following: Brisket, Short Ribs, Flank or Skirt Steak
About 20% Steaks
+ 1 Sirloin
+ 1 Ribeye
+ 1 Filet Mignon
+ 1 New York Strip
+ 1 Sirloin Tip
Here's How Bulk Beef Works:
Step 1 - Reserve your beef
Reserve your Beginner Beef Box beef by placing a non-refundable deposit of $100. After your deposit is paid, we’ll personally email you to confirm your deposit.
Step 2 - Your Beef Is Processed & Delivery Is Scheduled
Our local, family owned butcher will dry age your beef for aprox. 14 days before they cut, package and freeze your beef.
Once packed, frozen and delivered to our warehouse, you will receive an invoice for the remaining balance due ($320) and confirm you will be home to receive your beef on your scheduled shipping date. (We're always flexible and work with you to select your beef's shipping date!)
Your beef will be ready to ship on or after Jaunary 8th
Step 3 - Your Beef Is Delivered
Your beef will be delivered via UPS in a heavily insulated box, packed with dry ice.
After it arrives, you'll be able to happily enjoy delicious and nutricious beef
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Raised by Real Farmers
We're Tyler & Taylor Reil, a husband and wife team that's excited to have the opportunity to send beef your way this year.
Our family is passionate about connecting folks back to their food source. We believe in the power of real, nutrient dense, nourishing food and we're so thankful to have the opportunity to provide you with beef you can feel good about eating.