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100% Grass Fed Beef Beef cattle are never given antibiotics, hormones, animal by-products, or grain. They are moved daily to new growth to optimize nutrition, weight gain, and marbling.

Purchase options:

  • Wholes, halves, or quarters (best value)

  • Monthly delivered CSA share

  • By the cut from our freezer

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Pastured Pork Our pork comes from an assortment of heritage breeds that do well on forage including: Mangalitsa, Hereford, Duroc, Red Wattle, and Berkshire. They are never given antibiotics, growth hormones, animal by-products, or vaccinations. Their alfalfa/grass diet is supplemented with a minimal amount of locally sourced, nonGMO grain from our neighbors at Bow & Arrow Foods and WildEdge Brewing

Purchase Options:

  • Available by wholes and halves (best value)
  • Monthly delivered CSA share 
  • By the cut from our freezer 
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100% Grass Fed Lamb Our lambs are all Navajo Churro, a heritage breed that has grazed our Four Corners’ landscape since the 16th Century. They are prized for their lean meat and light flavor. Our lambs are never given antibiotics, growth hormones, animal by-products, or vaccinations. We rotate them regularly on diverse pastures for optimal nutrition and land management.

Purchase Options:

  • Available in wholes or halves 
  • Monthly delivered CSA share
  • By the cut from our freezer 

"Why dont you have your prices online?"

Our prices vary depending on the market, time of year, and your location. To request prices, you can use the form below.

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How to Buy 

Our meat is available all year long from our farm freezers or delivered to you. For more information or to place an order, you can contact us through our message form, email, or telephone. Or you can reserve your animals in our online store

Standard Cuts 

We get our beef, pork and lamb processed into standard cuts. These are the cuts you receive when you order them in bulk unless you request custom cuts. 


  • Hams cured & smoked (cut in halves)

  • Ham hocks cured & smoked (whole)

  • Pork shoulder roasts

  • Bacon cured & smoked (thick sliced)

  • Spare ribs

  • Short ribs

  • Rib chops

  • Loin chops

  • Sirloin chops

  • Boston Butt Roast

  • Bulk sausage (multiple flavor combo)


  • Stew Meat 

  • Skirt steaks

  • Short Ribs

  • Soup Bones

  • Marrow Bones

  • Briskets

  • Tri Tip Roasts

  • Bone-in Rib Steaks

  • Del Monico Steaks

  • Chuck Roasts (2-3lbs each)

  • T-Bone Steaks

  • New York Strip Steaks

  • Filet Mignon Steaks

  • Top Sirloin Steaks

  • Top Round Steaks (tenderized)

  • Ground Beef (1lb packages)

  • Organ Meats (liver, heart, tongue): optional

  • Bones: optional

  • Tallow: optional. 


  • Bone-in Shoulder Roast
  • Arm Roast
  • Shanks
  • Sliced Neck
  • Whole Rib
  • 1" Rib Chops
  • 1" Loin Chops
  • 1" Sirloin Chops
  • Shank Half Leg Roast
  • 1lb Packages Ground Lamb


"What's the difference between 'hanging weight' and 'packaged weight?'"

Many farms sell their animals in bulk at $/lb by hanging weight. Hanging weight is the weight of the carcass after the head, hide, feet, organs and blood have been removed. It usually ends up being around 40% of the live weight of the animal. Farms will sell their beef for something around $4/lb hanging weight. On top of that, people end up paying additional fees for slaughtering, processing and packaging. 

The first time I looked into buying in bulk I found this very confusing and had a hard time getting an idea of how much I would actually be paying. That's why we decided to simplify the process and include all of those in one price. Our price is just like the one you see in the grocery store for packaged meat.

"How much freezer space do I need?"

Typically 1 cu ft of freezer space holds 25-35 lbs of meat. 

"What does a whole, half or quarter animal look like?"

Here is a chart showing what a typical share might include. Keep in mind every animal has a unique weight. These are estimates based on beefs from previous years, and numbers may vary by (+-) 1 to 2.

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