BEEF SOLD ON THE HOOF
WHAT DO OUR COWS EAT?
This is extremely important to us, and to lots of other folks.
Our cows are 100% pasture raised on grass that is untreated in any way.
HOW OLD ARE OUR COWS WHEN THEY ARE SOLD?
Usually they are over a year old and about 800 - 1000lb.
DO WE GIVE SHOTS OR OTHER MEDICATIONS TO OUR COWS?
Not unless the cow will die if we don't. We haven't had to yet.
WHY SHOULD YOU BUY BEEF ON THE HOOF?
For the reasons above. You will know where your cow lived, what it ate,
how it was treated and how old it was. PLUS, you get wonderful meat at
a very reasonable price - cut just the way you want it. WOW!
NOT ENOUGH FREEZER SPACE FOR ABOUT 400LB OF BEEF?
Some people buy a used freezer and put it in the garage, just for beef.
Others split the cow with 1 or 2 family members or friends.
While others ( like us) store it in a large chest freezer initially.
Then home can hamburger, stew meat, cube steak, etc as quickly as possible to free up freezer space for other items.
NEVER DONE THIS BEFORE?
No worries. We will walk you through every step and give you the info that you need to make good decisions.
HAVE NO WAY TO GET A 1000LB COW TO THE PROCESSOR?
We can deliver the live animal to your processor and then the frozen beef in vacuum sealed packages to your door, for a reasonable fee.
HOW MUCH DOES ALL THIS COST?
We can only give you an estimate, because market prices for beef vary
from year to year. Plus delivery charges depend on distance and man power involved. This year, all natural beef cows are going for about $2lb on the hoof. A 20 mile delivery with 2 men is running $200.
And our processor is charging 65 cents per lb for the finished product.
SO THAT TOTALS ABOUT $4.00lb...
For All The Naturally Raised Steaks, Roasts, Prime Rib, Stew Beef, Ground Beef, Etc That Your Family
Can Eat In A Year!
We have one steer and one cow available this season. Plus a cow/calf pair, if you want to raise your own beef.
Please call 864-324-7830
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions & Visits Are Welcome!