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100% Grass Fed Black Angus Beef Bulk Sale Quarters and Halves

T- BONE-BONE IN:  3-4  @1”                          NEW YORK STRIPS:   5-6 @1 “

PORTERHOUSE BONE IN:   3-4 @1”  OR   FILET OF TENDERLOIN: 3-4 @1”

TOP SIRLOIN BONE-IN:   3-4 @1”               TOP SIRLOIN BONELESS: 4-5 @6-8OZ


ARM ROAST:    1 @3-4 LB

CHUCK ROAST:   3 @3-4 LB

BONELESS CHUCK ROAST:   1 @3-4 LB

BRISKET, WHOLE:   1/2 @4-5 LB

TOP ROUND ROAST: 1 @3-4 LB

TOP ROUND STEAKS: 2@1”

BOTTOM/RUMP:   1 @3-4 LB

EYE OF ROUND:   1/2 @2-3 LB

DELMONICO, BONE IN RIB STEAK: 5-6 @1”

GROUND BEEF:   35-40LBS

SOUP MEAT:   3 PKGS

SHORT RIBS:   2/PKGS

BEEF CUBES: 3 -1 LB/PKGS

SOUP BONES:   2 PKGS

BEEF SHANKS: 2-3 PCKS

 FLANK or SKIRT:    1-1 ½ LB

Beef quarters range from 170 pounds to 200 pounds (hanging weight).  The hanging weight price for a quarter is $5.69 per pound, or a total cost of between $967.00 – $1,138.00.  This represents an average price of $8.00 per pound for the cut meat you receive.  The amount of meat that you will take home and put in your freezer will weigh between 110 pounds and 122 pounds.

Butchering and Packaging Fees are included unless you select other cuts or cut types.

ALL YIELDS AND PRICES ARE BASED OFF OF A STANDARD CUT AND STANDARD WEIGHT OF ANIMAL. SOME PRICES AND/OR YIELDS MAY VARY BASED UPON CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS AND WEIGHT OF ANIMAL

Our Grass Fed Beef Tastes Delicious and is Excellent for your Health!

T- BONE-BONE IN:  7-8   @1”                       NEW YORK STRIPS:   10-12 @1 “                                                                                     

PORTERHOUSE BONE IN:   5-6 @1”  OR  FILET OF TENDERLOIN: 7-8 @1”

TOP SIRLOIN BONE-IN:   7-8 @1”            TOP SIRLOIN BONELESS: 8-10 @6-8OZ


ARM ROAST:    2 @3-4 LB                                                                                    

CHUCK ROAST:   6 @3-4 LB

BONELESS CHUCK ROAST:   2 @3-4 LB

BRISKET, WHOLE:   1 @8-10 LB

TOP ROUND ROAST: 2 @3-4 LB

TOP ROUND STEAKS: 4@1” 

BOTTOM/RUMP:   2 @3-4 LB

EYE OF ROUND:   1 @4 LB

DELMONICO, BONE IN RIB STEAK: 12 @1”

GROUND BEEF:   60-80LBS 

SOUP MEAT:   6 PKGS 

BEEF SHANKS: 5 PCKS

SHORT RIBS:   4/PKGS

BEEF CUBES: 6 -1 LB/PKGS

SOUP BONES:   4 PKGS

FLANK:    1-1 ½ LB

SKIRT:    1 LB

ALL YIELDS AND PRICES ARE BASED OFF OF A STANDARD CUT AND STANDARD WEIGHT OF ANIMAL. SOME PRICES AND/OR YIELDS MAY VARY BASED UPON CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS AND WEIGHT OF ANIMAL

Avondale Hills Farm started as a Black Angus Beef Cattle Farm.  Our first and foremost endeavor as Cattle Farmers was to raise Black Angus on Lush, balanced pastures in a humane and holistic way.  That meant splitting up pastures for rotational grazing and sampling multiple areas within our 8 pastures to determine the optimal plan of action in creating a nutrient rich plant mixture.  We added minerals to the soil to boost plant growth in our pastures.  We contracted with plant specialists to purchase seeds which promote specific health and healthy growth in Beef.  They include red and white clover, orchard grass, Timothy Grass, Alfalfa and many others found in Beef Masters Pasture seeds. In the winter Zartman Farms consistently supplies our 1st and 2nd cutting high quality nutrient dense fresh hay.

Our Grass Fed Black Angus Beef does not contain hormones, antibiotics or even pesticide residue traces.

But Grass Fed Beef DOES contain MANY natural health benefits.  To start, Grass Fed Beef has the richest known source of a type of good fat called “conjugated linoleic acid” or CLA.

CLA may be one of our most potent defenses against cancer.  A very small percentage of CLA—a mere 0.1 percent of total calories—greatly reduced tumor growth in laboratory animals.  In a Finnish study, women who had the highest levels of CLA in their diet, had a 60 percent lower risk of breast cancer than those with the lowest levels. Switching From grain-fed to grassfed meat and dairy products places women in this lowest risk category.” [1]

Not only is Grass fed beef higher in omega-3s and CLA it has 4 times more vitamin E than Grain Fed beef. In humans, vitamin E is linked with a lower risk of heart disease and cancer. This potent antioxidant may also have anti-aging properties. Most Americans are deficient in vitamin E. [2]

Avondale Hills Farm Black Angus Grazing Beef
[1]Ip, C, J.A. Scimeca, et al. (1994) "Conjugated linoleic acid. A powerful anti-carcinogen from animal fat sources." p. 1053. Cancer 74(3 suppl):1050-4.

[2]Data from: Smith, G.C. Dietary supplementation of vitamin E to cattle to improve shelf life and case life of beef for domestic and international markets." Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1171