Our beef is dry aged for 10 to 14 days, processed, freezer packed and then quick frozen for ultimate freshness. Vacuum packaging is standard on retail cuts, quarters, halves and wholes, except for our ground beef which is packaged in one pound chubs.
Our prices do not include delivery or freight charges. We ship primarily to Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Utah, Nevada, California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Missouri, and Iowa via UPS Ground in specially insulated boxes to insure that the meat arrives still frozen, but we can also ship to anywhere within the continental United States via UPS Second Day Air. A caution, though – UPS Second Day Air can be fairly expensive and we suggest if you live in the eastern US that you find a supplier in your area via www.eatwild.com. That being said, we would still be happy to ship to you no matter where you live in the continental US.
To help offset some or all of your shipping costs,
take 5% off any order of $200 or more,
and 10% off any order of $300 or more!
Discounts apply to all cuts and packages, as well as quarters, halves and wholes!
Just enter coupon code 5% off or 10% off at checkout!
General notes about our beef:
Tenderloins (Filets) are cut 2 inches thick. All other steaks are cut 1 to 1 1/2 inches thick.
Filets, New Yorks, Ribeye Steaks, and Chuck Eye Steaks are packed 2 to a package.
Top Sirloins, Sirloin Tip, Hanging Tenders, Skirt, Flat Iron, Flank, Top Round and Tenderized Bottom Round are packed 1 to a package.
Ground beef is 80% to 85% lean and packed in 1 pound chubs. Ground Beef Patties are 1/3 pound each, and packed 4 to a package.
Kabob/Stew Meat is packed in 1 pound packages.
Roasts are 2 to 4 pounds each.
The Brisket is cut into 2 to 3 pound packages.
Soup bones have a fair amount of meat and can also be used for dog bones, and usually weigh 1 to 2 pounds per package.
The Liver and Heart are cut into smaller packages, usually around 1 pound each.
Be sure to check out our Cooking Tips for information about using and cooking the various cuts of meat.
Should you decide to quick defrost your meat in water, it is always recommended that you place it in a zip lock bag first.
To order please use our SHOPPING CART. Once we receive your order we will call you for your credit card number. If you have any questions please feel free to call us at 970-582-0166, or send us an Email.