Sunday, February 28, 2010

Grass Fed Beef

Local (Utah), All Natural, Grass fed and finished Beef
Here is an excerpt from their site:
All Natural, Grass Fed Beef
Bar 10 Beef offers Gourmet All Natural Grass Fed Beef that is free of hormones, antibiotics and pesticides. At the Bar 10 Ranch, our cattle graze on 250,000 acres of open range. Once selected for our beef program, they are taken to our grass farm where they are turned out to graze on a wide variety of high-quality grasses. The end result is delicious, healthy, nutritious beef from our family to yours.
Once our animals have reached their optimum weight, they are processed in a humane and low-stress facility. Our beef is Dry-Aged anywhere from 14 to 21 days providing you with a gourmet product that is only found in high-end restaurants and custom butcher shops, this in not beef that you will find at your local grocery store.

Available Packages:

One or more cows:
1/12 $183
1/6 $366
1/4 $550
1/2 $1100
1 $2200

1/12 is equal to: 2 New York Strip or T-Bone Steaks, 2 Rib or Ribeye Steaks, 2 Top Sirloin Steaks(boneless), 15lbs of Ground Steak, 3lbs of Patties, 9-10lbs of Roasts, 4lbs.of Kabob, Stew, or Cube Steak…..approx.34-35lbs of Beef.

1/6 is equal to double of the above

1/4 is equal to: 6 Ribeyes, 6 New York Strips, 6 Top Sirloins Steaks, 45lbs of Ground Steak, 9lbs. of Ground Steak Patties, approx. 27lbs. of Roasts, approx. 6lbs. of Kabob, Stew, or Cube Steak….approx.105lbs of Beef

1/2 is equal to: 12 Ribeyes, 12 New Yorks, 12 Top Sirloins, 90lbs of Ground Steak, 18lbs. of Ground Steak Patties, approx. 54lbs of Roasts, approx.12lbs of Kabob, Stew or Cube Steak….approx. 210lbs of Beef

1 whole Beef is equal to: 24 Ribeyes, 24 New Yorks, 24 Top Sirloins, 180 lbs. of Ground Steak, 36 lbs. of Ground Steak Patties, approx. 110 lbs. of Roasts, Approx. 22lbs.of Kabob, Stew, or Cube Steak…..approx. 420lbs of Beef

To order or for additional information visit:


Norma said...

Great post on grass fed beef. It is really so important make good decisions about your food and grass-fed meat is definitely a better option. You give a lot of great reasons for going with grass-fed beef. A great place to go if you want to have grass-fed steaks delivered, is LaCense Beef. It costs less than buying from a local farmer or grocery store. They only sell high quality, grass fed beef. While I do work for them, I have found that they are genuinely the best steaks.I wouldn't buy anything else because not only do they taste great, but they are so much healthier for you than the alternatives.

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Anonymous said...

We live here in Vegas (lived here alittle over 9 months, military) I was wondering if you offered smaller packages? We live in a apartment and don't really have room for 35 lb of beef! We are very interested though, i have had such a hard time finding good affordable foods here. From Washington our organic food stores were not as expensive as they are here!

Anonymous said...

I don't have facility to store such a large amount of beef and neither do my friends. I have stopped eating the regular beef from local markets and want to locate a coop or vender that will sell smaller amounts. I live in North Las Vegas.


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