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Below are frequently asked questions that we have received from customers. Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions that are not answered on this page. We would be happy to visit with you!
How lean is your ground beef?
All of our ground beef is 85%-90% lean beef.
How much will a 1/2 beef cost?
The cost will vary slightly because the size of each beef will vary. However, we estimate that a 1/2 beef will weigh around 400 lbs, hanging weight. Based on a 1/2 beef that weighs 400 pounds, the total cost would be $1580.00 (400 lbs x $3.95). This includes ALL standard processing fees (cutting and packaging), vacuum seal fee, 3 weeks aging and delivery to your door.
* This is an estimate and your actual order could be less or more. See Our Products page for more information.
How much does processing cost?
Typically nothing - We cover all standard processing fees. The customer is only responsible for additional fees if they request something that is not covered in standard processing, such as pre-made hamburger patties or filet mignon.
Where is your beef processed?
All of our beef is processed and USDA inspected through SteakMaster in Elwood, Nebraska.
How long will beef in the freezer stay fresh?
If stored properly, beef will stay fresh for at least two years in a freezer.
What are the different cuts available?
Under our Resources tab, you will find a cut sheet for SteakMaster that lists the different cuts available, including a variety of steaks, roasts and ground beef options.
How much of each cut will I get?
Since bulk quantity orders are customized, each order will vary slightly. However, most orders will consist approximately of the following:
40-45% ground beef
10-15% other cuts of meat
What type of cattle do you raise?
All of our cattle are Red Angus/Red Angus Cross and are born and raised on our ranch. Red Angus is a red-colored breed of beef cattle selected from the population of Aberdeen Angus cattle and are commonly used in beef production
how much freezer space do I need?
A half beef would require approximately 7-8 cubic feet