We offer freezer beef only. You can order a SPLIT HALF (half of the front quarter and half of the hind quarter), a half or a whole. The cost will vary depending on the size of the beef. A half will weigh(hanging weight) approximately 300 pounds. At $2.12/# live weight, and a yield of 60% your price per pound hanging weight will be $3.53/pound. Price for 2013. We are using Gilbert's in Holden, Mo for processing. Processing costs for a whole would be approximately $300. For a half divide by two.
You decide, based on your family size which you want, then send an email to email@example.com. I will return an invoice with a requirement for a deposit (contract for sale of a live animal). As soon as I receive your deposit, your beef is reserved. When I take your beef to the processor I will send you their phone number along with a cut sheet (To view cut/order sheet click on 'Meat Order Form' to your left. Please ignore the prices at they bottom of the sheet they are out dated). You will give the processor the specifics how you want it cut, size, number per package etc.
When it is finished and frozen, I will deliver it to you (within 100 miles).
Our neighbor now raises the chickens. They are free range and will weigh about 4.5 pounds. You decide how many, and email Virginia Toole @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have several sources for buying “dirt” hogs. We sell either a half or the whole hog. The price is determined the day I buy the hog based on the daily market price. We take them to the processor and provide you with their phone number. You must call and provide the directions on how you want it processed. I will send you an invoice for the cost of the hog (you pay me for the hog), and you pay the processor for the processing when you pick up the meat.
We have a limited supply of raw A2 milk. We only add new customers if we can accommodate your weekly needs. Our milk is raw, not pasteurized and we use no hormones. Our milk cows are on grass exclusively and are milked only once a day. Our milk is a seasonal food; that means that if there is no grass (Winter) then there is no milk The cost for a gallon of our A2 milk is $8/gallon. We price our milk to track closely with our local grocery stores “organic” milk.
We have a limited supply of free range eggs and they are mostly purchased by our milk customers when they pick up their milk. They are $3/doz. We raise most of the grains that we feed our hens (no GMO grains).
Turkeys are done the same as chickens. They are processed on the Saturday before Thanksgiving and the Tuesday before Thanksgiving.