Grass-Fed, No Antibiotics, No Hormones

Whole Steer
$2000 + $200 Dollar Processing Fee
Half Steer
$1100 + $100 Dollar Processing Fee
Quarter Steer
$600   + $50    Dollar Processing Fee

*All prices are subject to change.

Delivery is free within a 30 mile radius of Granbury.

$50 will be charged for deliveries up to 60 miles.

We deliver to the entire North Texas region...including Fort Worth, Grapevine, Mesquite, Denton Plano, Dallas, Arlington, and surrounding communities.  Special arrangements can be made to deliver CR Grass fed Beef to anyone in Texas and Oklahoma.

CR Grassfed Beef Q & A

What is hanging weight and what would the hanging weight be for a 1000 lb steer? 

The hanging weight is the weight of the carcass (meat and bones only).   The processor always weighs the carcass to determine how much to charge.  An average carcass of a 1000-1200 lb steer is 600-700 lbs.

How many pounds of meat will I get from a whole steer?

You can expect about 400 pounds of meat to come from a 1100 lb steer.  This weight will vary depending on the amount of bone that is included.  Because our pricing relates to the actual hanging weight, you will always get what you pay for.  The greater the hanging weight the more meat you will get and the more you will pay.  The less the hanging weight the less meat you get and the less you pay.

What type of meat cuts will I get with my order?

Porterhouse Steaks, T-Bone Steaks, Rib Eye Steaks, Sirloin Steaks, Sirloin Tip Cube Steaks, Tenderized Round Steaks, Chuck Arm Pot Roasts, Heel of Round Roasts, Boneless Rump Roasts, Short Ribs, Brisket, and Ground Beef (1 pound packages).  You may choose to select additional options from the order form on step three.  These are available at no additional charge.

How is your meat packaged?

We vacuum seal all of our meat with the exception of our ground beef.  Our ground beef is packaged in one pound plastic packages.  All meat is inspected and properly labeled according to state and federal regulations.

How much freezer space do I need to store a side of beef?

A good rule of thumb to use is 1 cubic foot of space for 30 pounds of meat.

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