Grass Fed Quarter Beef Based on a 175 – 200 LB Hanging Carcass Weight. Hanging Carcass Weight is the weight of the beef once the hide, head, hoofs and organs have been removed, BUT prior to cutting the individual steaks, roasts, ground beef, etc. Our hanging Carcass Weights vary between 175 – 200 LBS on the average. The cost for a quarter whole beef is $6.75 per pound, (HCW). For example, a 175 LB carcass would cost $1,181.25 ($6.75 x 175 = $1,181.25) and a 200 LB carcass would cost $1,350.00 ($6.75 x 400 = $1,350.00). Eighth beefs are available and increase by $0.25 per LB. The net yield varies from animal to animal, and we usually yield up to 70% on our beef cattle. There is some waste (like having a whole fish cut at the fish market) that is not salvageable or usable. Our grass fed Angus cattle tend to be leaner so you end up with a higher net yield to your freezer. Approximately 135.75 net LBS to your freezer (based on a 200 LB HW).
Call to order or for more information. Please note: we must have 1 week advance notice in order to package your order.
Our grass fed cattle are raised on a variety of gourmet grasses; clover, wheat, rye, perennial peanut and a variety of legumes, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.