FAQ

Q:  Are your animals completely grass fed?
A.  Yes, our animals are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished.

Q:  What are my choices for local butcher shops?
A:  We use Willowside Meats in Santa Rosa and/or Bud’s Custom Meats in Penngrove for our bulk orders.

Q:  Where do we pick up our bulk meat?
A:  You pick up your meat from one of the local butcher shops that we send the beef to. If you purchase a whole animal and want to use another butcher shop, we will do our best to make it work for you.

Q:  Can I pay for my cut and wrap fees at the same time I pay for my beef?
A:  Since the butcher cuts and wraps your meat, it works best to pay the butcher shop directly when you pick up your order. The total cost of the cut & wrap will vary depending on the type of packaging you request and the carcass (hanging) weight of the animal you purchase.

Q:  Will you deliver?
A:  Depending on your location, the meat order can be delivered. There is an extra delivery charge that varies on your location.

Q:  How is the meat packaged?
A:  The meat is frozen and you have a choice between paper and vacuum-seal packaging to ensure the ultimate freshness. The butcher shop will contact you about your preference.

Q:  How much freezer space do I need?
A.  A quarter of a beef takes about 4 cubic feet of freezer space. One cubic foot is the size of a milk crate.

Q:  How long will the beef last in my freezer?
A:  The meat will last approximately one year in your freezer.

Q:  How much of each type of meat will I get with a quarter of beef?
A:  In a quarter of beef, you will get approximately:

  • 20-25% steaks
  • 20-25% roasts
  • 40-45% ground beef
  • 10-15% short ribs, stew meat, soup bones etc. 

Q:  What happens if I am not happy with my order?
A:  If for any reason you are unhappy with your order, please contact us and we will be happy to accommodate you.

Q:  Can I purchase individual cuts of meat?
A:  Unfortunately, we are not offering individual cuts for sale at the moment.