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The cattle are angus breed which are especially tender and have a flavorful meat due to a natural disposition to marbling. The lambs are a Katahdin breed which is a hair sheep breed which has a very mild flavor.
1898 Ranch offers half and full shares of beef and full shares of lamb.
Choosing to invest in a larger portion of an animal, such as half of a cow, saving you more trips to the grocery store, which in turn saves you money. It also guarantees you are eating good-for-you meat.
Half or Full Beef Bundle
The convenience of a half or full beef package will give you and your family great 1898 Ranch beef throughout the year with a wide variety of cuts!
When you order beef in bulk, you get to choose what cuts of beef you want. This can be overwhelming so if you want help, feel free to call or email and we will walk you through what to order and how to order it.
When ordering beef in bulk, it is sold per price based off of the hanging weight. Our pricing varies based off of the size of share you order.
- Full Beef $8.00/lb
- Half Beef $9.00/lb
Here is a sample of what you could get with the purchase of half a beef
- 30 roasts & cuts (an assortment of round roasts, chuck roasts, tri-tip, ribs, brisket, cross-cut shanks, stew meat, etc.)
- 40 steaks (an assortment of rib-eye, filet mignon, New York, top sirloin, flank, skirt, picanha, hangar, flap, petite shoulder filet, flat iron, etc.)
- 125 lbs of ground beef
- Bones, liver, heart, oxtail, kidneys, tongue are all available
Things To Know
- Customer pays the processing fee, expect around $500 per whole beef, but varies based on time of year and the processor.
- All pricing is based off of hanging weight.
- Average hanging weight for whole beef is 630 lbs.
- Average cost including processing for an entire beef is $3500.
- Average cost including processing for a half a beef is $2000.
- Average freezer space needed for ½ beef is 8 cubic ft. For reference, a normal kitchen freezer is about 5-6 cubic feet (less if you have an ice maker). We recommend getting a deep freezer that does not automatically defrost, as this feature can shorten the overall shelf-life of the beef.
200-400 pounds of beef
$200 deposit required
Full Lamb Bundle
With an estimated price of $350-$460, you will receive 25-40 pounds of lamb. Final price will be determined by final weight. Once item(s) is weighed, seller will charge you final price less deposit.
Full Lamb Bundle Includes:
- +/- 8 pounds ground lamb
- 2 leg of lamb
- 4 packages of chops (4 per package)
- 2 rack of lamb
- 6 lbs of ground lamb
- 1 shoulder roast
- 1 package of stew meat
25-40 lbs of lamb
$100 deposit required
If you are interested in ordering smaller quantities of beef, we do have other packages that will be available starting winter 2025. Choose from different size beef bundles that will include a variety of cuts.
- 25 pound beef bundle
- 50 pound beef bundle
- 100 pound beef bundle
These will include a mix of ground beef, roasts, and steaks. For instance, the 25 pound beef bundle will include around 15 pounds of ground beef and 10 pounds of roast and steak.
Need more information?
Sometimes buying a large amount of meat can be confusing. For help on ordering, feel free to contact us.
The majority of America just buys the sales and overeats factory farmed and mass produced food. They want cheaper food and a lot of it, but aren’t actually focusing on the health aspect of it. Most people blindly buy what’s advertised to them, instead of understanding where their food is coming from, or how many nutrients are actually available for them to absorb and heal from. Folks are stuck in a cycle of wasting time, money and energy in making multiple grocery runs and over-spending on mediocre quality meat.
Unfortunately all of these choices are detrimental to the health of the person, the soil and the animals, moving us backwards. When you eat low-quality, poorly grown food, you actually don’t feel as connected to your food or your body.
By taking the step and joining the regenerative mission, you not only nourish yourself with your food, but you are also playing a crucial part in revitalizing our earth and improving our soils.