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5-6 lbs of Standard Grass-Fed Steaks

$70.00  per box

This package includes 5-6 pounds of our standard grass-fed steaks. Our steaks in this package include Top Sirloin, Flank, Tri-tip, Denver, Vegas, Short Ribs, etc.). Your package will include a mixture of these steaks. You can always let us know what two or three types you would like. Everything is vacuum sealed and delivered to your door. If you’ll check the price of our standard grass-fed steaks national direct-to-consumer prices you’ll see our prices are on the low side. Our goals are happy customers, happy cows and a happy environment.

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Description

This package is our standard set of grass-fed steaks. We believe our prices are lower than you find anywhere online for USDA certified grass-fed/grass finished beef. We say 5-6 pounds because the steaks are not exactly the same size.

We also have what we call PREMIUM steaks and they are the most sought after grass-fed steaks at a great price. The premium steaks are Filet, Kansas City Strip and Bone-In Ribeye.

Our Standard Grass-Fed Steaks Come From Happy Cows

Our beef is rotated every day to a new patch of grass. This provides. them with the freshest grass possible every day. We also don’t let our cows wade out in our ponds to drink water. The cows health is important to the quality of the meat. Allowing a cow to drink water from where the herd urinates and defecates is not good for the taste of the meat.

Happy Customers

We age our beef for 14-days. This dry aging process adds flavor and tenderness to the meat. We have had numerous people tell us how flavor our beef is. We do a lot of little things around our ranch to make our beef taste as good as it does.

If you have never cooked grass-fed beef before please check out our page on how to cook grass-fed steaks. It’s totally different than cooking a fat piece of meat that has been fed corn and not allowed to move much. Our favorite way to cook it is a low-heat process and a sear at the end. Marinating is your friend.

Be Informed When Meat Is Available

You will be the first to know when beef is ready to order. We may also send you any new recipes we post.

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