Wholesale Grass Fed Beef Kentucky
For our first time buyers, buying wholesale grass-fed, natural beef could pose some confusion. Navigating through terms such as live weight, hanging weight and carcass weight requires some research. Calculating percentages and actual yields could sometimes be daunting. In an attempt to make purchasing our beef user friendly and convenient, we decided to do all the calculations and present to our valued customers a set price for a quarter order, a half order and a whole order. These prices include the cost for processing, vacuum-sealed-packaging and delivery to Lexington and Louisville, KY.
Split Quarters, Half and Whole Cow Orders
When you order a Quarter of our Grass-fed Beef, expect a yield of approximately 100 pounds of beef coming from a single cow, with equal quantities coming from both the front and hind quarters of a cow. Your preference for certain cuts ( ex. Steaks with bones or without, roasts instead of steaks) and your choice to include additional cuts such as organs, soup or marrow bones and ox tails will influence the total yield of your order. The average cost of your beef including processing, packaging and delivery will be approximately $7.00 per pound, an incredibly great value for grass-fed, natural, hormone free beef. If you consider that popular health food stores sell grass-fed ground beef at $7.00/lb. when on sale and filet mignons at $29.00/lb., buying wholesale from One Cow Farm makes even more sense. With One Cow Farm, eating healthy can be affordable. As an added bonus, our customers can customize their order by filling out our “Cut Selection” form. Having the ability to decide the thickness of steaks or the weight per package on roast and ground beef is just another benefit One Cow Farm offers to our customers.
Ordering a half cow presents an even better value to our customers at approx. $6.50/lb.. Of course, the best value of all is a whole cow. Buying a whole cow from One Cow Farm is such an incredible value at approx. $6.00/lb. that it even beats most grocery prices on regular anti-biotic and hormone-filled, corn-fed, feed lot beef. When you are looking at this kind of value for Grass-fed natural beef, it becomes a no-brainer. Start eating healthy now! Go To Order Form!