Grass Fed Beef

Our herd of beef cattle and graze the lush grass of our farm and the neighboring pastures that we lease and are cared for daily by our family. When they have reached finishing weight, they are humanely slaughtered at a local butcher just up the road from us. The carcasses are then hung for aging and butchered to your specifications.

We are happy to reserve meat for our customers, so please contact us to place your order and make your deposit. Butchering information will be collected from you once your animal has been slaughtered and is hanging for aging. Final payment for your meat is due by pick-up.

We sell our grass-fed beef by the whole, half and quarter. Our beef for 2015 is $3.95 per pound, hanging weight. Butchering is an additional amount and is paid directly to the butcher (Scheffelmaier Meats).

Typical hanging weight for our grass-fed cattle is about 600 pounds. We frequently receive questions about the freezer space needed for our meat. Typically the cut and wrapped meat from a half beef carcass takes up about 8-10 cubic feet of freezer space (depending upon whether you take soup bones, for example).