CCB Ranch Raised, Grass Fed and Grass Finished, Whole or Half Cow $8.00 Per Pound.
Grass-fed beef is one of the healthiest and most delicious sources of protein available, and for individuals looking to stock their freezer with it, purchasing a whole or half cow is an economical option. Grass-fed cows are naturally allowed to roam freely, eat fresh foliage, and get plenty of sunshine. This produces nutrient-dense meat that not only tastes great but is also packed full of essential vitamins and minerals. With the purchase of a half or whole cow, buyers get the added benefit of personally selecting their own cuts, so they can put together exactly what works for them. Purchasing in bulk allows for enormous savings over buying individual cuts from grocery store shelves - you will be paying less money for higher quality beef.
When purchasing a whole cow, you will get to experience all the different cuts of beef that come from one cow. The basics of beef cuts include chuck, rib, short loin, sirloin, round, flank, plate (short plate), and brisket. The chuck is located in the shoulder area and is best for slow cooking methods like braising. Ribs are located in the middle back area and are great for grilling or roasting. Short loin is located in the upper back area and is ideal for grilling or pan-frying. Sirloin is located in the hip area and can be grilled or roasted. Round is located in the rear leg area and can be used for roasting or stewing. Flank is located in the abdominal area and can be used for grilling or stir-frying. Plate (short plate) is located near the ribs and can be used for braising or slow cooking. Lastly, brisket comes from the chest area and can be used for smoking or slow cooking.
When you purchase a CCB whole or half cow, you are buying USDA Certified, Grass Fed and Grass Finished Beef.
You will pay $8.00 per pound for: Ribeyes, Filets, New Yorks, Roasts, Brisket, Ribs, Ground Beef and so much more! That's a huge Savings! The final weight of your packaged and boxed beef is approximately 420-550 pounds.
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