Bulk Beef - Whole, Half, Quarter -Deposit Only All

From $768.75 ($178.75 Deposit)- $3,044.25 ($715.50 Deposit)
$178.75 - $715.50
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768.75 ($178.75 Deposit)
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3,044.25 ($715.50 Deposit)

Please note, cost above is "Deposit Only." Total costs are in chart below. Initial deposit will be charged to your card when you purchase online, the remaining cost will be charged when you receive the beef.

Cost and Cuts:

Cost: This chart shows the details of an AVERAGE size steer (1490 lbs. when we pick up from the farmer). Final weight and prices shouldn’t vary drastically; both will be finalized after we receive beef from the butcher. Our bulk price range is $6.05-$6.15 per pound for locally raised, quality, no hormones added Black Angus beef.

Bulk amount Your total cost(Varies based on size of steer) Initial deposit(Listed above) Lbs of beef you take home (About 60% is not consumable- bones, etc.) Freezer space needed
 1/4  $768.75+ SD sales tax  $178.75 125 lbs  5 cu. ft. freezer, or an empty standard kitchen freezer.
 1/2  $1,522+ SD sales tax  $356.25 247 lbs  7 cu. ft. freezer
Whole $3,044.25+ SD sales tax $715.50 495 lbs  15 cu. ft. freezer

Tip! Purchase a whole steer and split it with your friends/family to cut down on costs!

Cuts: You can expect roughly 3/5 of the steer to be roasts, ribs and steaks and 2/5 hamburger. We can easily customize the cuts you’d like, prices may change. If you’re looking for suggestions or a place to start with cuts, here’s a list of the cuts recommended by our butchers.

Ground Beef 

Arm Roast

Sirloin Steak

Short Ribs

Blade Roast

T-Bone Steak

Round Steak

Sirloin Tip Roast

Ribeye Steak



Benefits of buying beef in bulk:

If you eat beef once or twice a week, you should definitely consider buying beef in bulk. Here's why.

  • Save money and time. At the grocery store and online, popular steak cuts like T-bone and Ribeye Steaks often come with plenty of markup. When you buy in bulk from us, you’ll pay significantly less per pound for those cuts, and a similar price for ground beef and other more affordable cuts. That results in big savings for you. You can also save time - having beef on hand cuts down on trips to the grocery store.
  • Buy local beef, support local farmers and ranchers.We source our beef from farmers and ranchers in the Yankton and surrounding areas.
  • Buying a chest or upright freezer to store beef actually saves you money. If you cook frequently at home, storing your beef, along with other frozen vegetables and pre-made meals saves you from those last minute, costly trips to the grocery store. Find out more about this. https://www.thesimpledollar.com/is-a-deep-freezer-worth-it/

FAQs:

Where does the beef come from, what kind is it and how is it raised? We source locally raised beef from honest farmers and ranchers who care about their cattle. Right now the steers we source are Black Angus, pasture-raised and eat a mixture of grass and grains, which yields more marbling and rich flavor. Our butchers have over 30 years of experience preparing beef.

What if I've never bought beef this way before? We’ll keep it easy for you by handling the entire process. You’ll get the best assortment of cuts, by recommendation of our customers and butchers. Simply select the size you want based on the info below (1/4, 1/2 or whole), and select the deposit amount above. We’ll reach shortly after your order is confirmed. 

I've bought beef in bulk before- what if I want to choose my cuts? Chances are you know what kind of cuts you want. If you know what cuts you’d like and they differ from the below, simply select the size you want (1/4, 1/2 or whole), and select/pay the corresponding deposit amount above. We’ll reach shortly after your order is confirmed to talk about your cut preferences.