We are now taking bulk beef orders for delivery in February 2022.
Reserve an 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 or whole beef today! All orders include roughly 25% steaks, 25% roasts & ribs, and 50% ground beef & stew meat by weight. We also have ground beef, soup bones, heart, tongue and liver available by the pound.
See below for pricing and place your order today: ORDER FORM
Bulk Beef Orders:
• 1/8 (approximately 50 pounds) is $7.50/lb
• 1/4 (approximately 100 pounds) is $7.50/lb
• 1/2 (approximately 200 pounds) is $7.25/lb
• whole beef (approximately 400 pounds) is $7.00/lb
Ground beef by the pound:
$6.00/lb for 10 or more pounds
$5.50/lb for 20 or more pounds
Miscellaneous cuts currently available:
Soup bones: $5/lb
Liver, heart, and tongue: $4.50/lb
Free to Billings & Lavina with weekly delivery beginning in late January
Add $25/order for Bozeman with delivery in late February
Place your order today: ORDER FORM
About Our Beef
We are honored to provide delicious, nutritious and humanely-raised 100% grassfed beef to communities across central Montana. Our Red Angus cattle are raised and finished on grass pastures that are Audubon Certified Bird-Friendly Land. We do not confine them and we do not feed them grain. They are all-natural, which means we never give them hormones or antibiotics.
We butcher our beef locally at USDA-certified processors where it is dry-aged for two weeks to enhance flavor and tenderness. 100% grassfed beef has a high percentage of healthy fats (omega 3s and CLA), and is rich in beneficial antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
Where to Buy
We deliver to Billings weekly! Find us Wednesdays at Evergreen Ace from 4:30 – 6pm. Order online anytime and we’ll bring your beef with us the following Wednesday.
During the summer, you can find us at the following farmers markets in Billings:
- Tuesdays 4:30 – 7pm at the Evergreen Farmers Market (Evergreen Ace)
- Thursdays 4:30 – 6:30 at the Healthy By Design Market (South Park)
- Saturdays 8am – 12pm at the Yellowstone Valley Farmers Market (across from This House of Books on N. Broadway)
Following is a handout from the Good Meat Project that will help you determine storage space requirements, beef cuts, and cooking ideas. There are also some cooking tips from the American Grassfed Association.