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Sept 2022 Beef Harvest - 1/4 Steer Share (DEPOSIT RESERVATION)

$250.00

We have run out of stock for this item.

Here’s how it works:

We sell you our live steer in minimum ¼ sections.  Once you make a deposit, the current sale rate will be locked in and you have reserved your steer.  We make all the arrangements with a local butcher including drop off.  After the steer is processed, we will contact you to schedule delivery of your share of cuts of beef individually labeled and packaged.

Here’s what you get:

Our last steer, once butchered, yielded about 600 lbs. worth of finished cuts (150 lbs. of beef per quarter).  The quarter of beef you receive isn’t limited to one section of the steer.  A quarter is all cuts from the steer divided evenly into 4 shares. 

Using this example, below is a list of the cuts we received back that comprised a quarter: Current pricing is $6.50/lb

Cut Quantity Description
Porterhouse 2 A Seek Simple Ranch Favorite! On one side of the center T-shaped bone is the top loin, better known as a New York Strip, and the other side is a tenderloin filet.
T-Bone Steak 4 A classic T-bone steak is beautifully seared on the grill, cut up against the fibers and left to rest before being served with garlic-scented butter to enhance the flavor.
Ribeye 6 Fantastic marbling and flavor, best grilled or broiled.
Sirloin Steak 2 Lean, juicy and tender beef that has no bones and very little fat, making it taste delicious any way it's cooked.
Sirloin Tip 1 Very lean steak so make sure to slow cook and marinate.
Flat Iron Steak 1 Considered by many to be the second most tender steak cut; only filet mignon is more tender.
Shoulder Steak 3 Braise and slow cook or marinate before grilling.
Flank Steak 1 Great beefy flavor; super for dishes where it is sliced thin & quick-cooked, as in stir-fry.
Sirloin Tip Roast 1 The sirloin tip roast is flavorful, but like most lean cuts, it can be tough and should be braised or stewed. Sirloin tip roast can also be used for kebabs.
Brisket 1 Requires slow cooking which gives the chance for the abundance of connective tissue to break down and gelatinize into a rich, tender meat.
Soup Bones 1 Make your own grass-fed/grain finished bone broth – all it takes is a big pot, water, seasonings, and time.
Cube Steak 4 Slow simmer it to tenderness in flavorful soups, stews and slow-cooked meals. But because cube steak has been tenderized and flattened, it's also commonly pan-fried on the stove.
Chuck Roast 1 Best cooked with moist and/or low heat (ex: pot roasted/slow cooked, pulled beef)- can be shredded, chopped, and used in place of ground beef in chili, tacos, spaghetti.
Chuck Steak 4 Best for stewing, slow cooking, braising, or pot roasts.
Ribs 1 Delicious to eat off the bone. If you've ever had smoked chuck roast, you'll be familiar with the unique flavor of the beef cut.
Shoulder Roast 1 Great for slow cooked pot roast.
Cross cut Shank 1 Flavorful, lean and very tender when braised or cooked in liquid.
Short Ribs 4 Best cooked by braising.
Eye Round Steak 4 Marinate then grill or sear and cook on low heat for best results. Great value meat!
Bottom Round Roast 1 "Rump roast" best in slow cooker for pot roast.
Fajita 1 Steak for fajitas should be cooked to rare or medium-rare for the best texture and flavor.
London Broil 1 A London broil is generally a tough cut of meat, but it has great flavor.Marinate and slow cook
Stew 2 Simmer in liquid, best for beef stew.
Ground Beef 25 Florida pasture raised ground beef! Great for burgers, tacos, casserole etc.

 

Here is example pricing for a quarter from our last steer:

DESCRIPTION

AMOUNT

Beef Quarter - 150 lbs @ $6.50/lb

$                   975.00 

Less Your Deposit Reservation

$                  -250.00 

Total Due at Delivery (Approximate)

Note: Final payment includes Butcher's processing fee

$                   725.00

 

NOTE: The actual weight and number of cuts will vary between animals.

Our quarters usually range from 150-170 lbs. of take home meat. 

 

How much freezer space do I need?

A quarter of beef will typically fit in a standard size freezer with nothing else in it.  A chest freezer or additional freezer is your best bet.


Please contact us at info@seeksimple.com if you have any questions.