Question: Is your beef grass-fed?
Answer: Yes. Our cattle are raised in the pasture from start to finish. To ensure the best quality and flavor, our cattle is grain-finished while still grazing in our pastures.
Question: How will my beef be packaged?
Answer: All your beef will come vacuum-sealed in individual packages.
Question: How will my beef be delivered to me?
Answer: We ship your beef frozen in a sturdy cardboard box with a 2 inch insulator material and dry-ice to keep your beef frozen.
Question: Will I be able to track my package?
Answer: Yes. We work closely with FedEx to ensure quality service and timely deliveries. You will be notified when your package has shipped and also be given your tracking number.
Question: When will my package be sent to me?
Answer: We ship on Mondays to ensure your package has plenty of time to arrive to you safely. Any orders placed before Monday will be shipped out Monday. Any orders placed after Monday will be shipped out the following Monday.
Question: Are there any additives to your beef?
Answer: No. You are getting a 100% natural product, unlike store-bought beef uses additives to keep meat red in appearance.
Question: What is dry-aging?
Answer: Dry aging is a natural process that tenderizes the meat, concentrates flavors, and removes water. When you purchase dry-aged ground beef, you’re not paying extra for the water weight found in conventional ground beef (up to 30% of its weight!).
Question: Is your beef dry-aged?
Answer: Yes. We work closely with the butcher on all our butchering specifications, one of them being how long the beef is aged for. We dry-age our beef for 7 days, unlike store-bought beef, for optimum flavor and tenderness.
Question: Do you give your cattle growth hormones?
Answer: No. We don't believe in using growth hormones, plus it actually causes tougher meat in a final product.
Question: Do you use antibiotics?
Answer: We are stewards of our animals, the environment and antibiotics for animal use. If an animal becomes sick, we do treat the animal. Sometimes treatment is electrolytes or minerals, and sometimes it's a 72-hour antibiotic. Antibiotics are given only if necessary, and usually just once to the animal that needs it.
Question: What weight are the ground beef packages?
Answer: Ground beef and stew meat come in 1 pound packages.