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Marsden, Saskatchewan, Canada
Marsden, SK
Side of Local Grain Fed Beef
Side of Local Grain Fed Beef

Side of Local Grain Fed Beef

Side of Local Grain Fed Beef


Approx. Weight: 75 lbs
Est. Delivery Time: More than 6 weeks
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Buying in bulk is a very economical way to purchase locally raised, premium quality beef. Our beef comes to you fresh-frozen, meaning immediately after cutting the beef is frozen. Since beef freezes really well, it loses none of the natural flavour or texture — and you get the convenience of being able to enjoy our top notch local beef any day of the week! If you don't have enough freezer space (or don't wish to spend quite as much) share a side with family, friends or a neighbour!

A deposit will reserve you a quarter side of beef cut to your specifications. This is only a deposit, and will be applied to the purchase price of your beef. Your final payment is due once the animal is slaughtered- via Interac email money transfer, check, or cash. Upon purchasing a side of beef from us, we will put you in contact with the abattoir, so you can provide cutting instructions directly, to customize your order. This deposit is required to reserve an animal for you. It is non-refundable.

The cost of a side is $4.50/lb hanging weight. This includes cutting & wrapping
Bulk order butcher prices are based on hanging weight (the weight of the animal after slaughter but before butchering). Your individual cuts may vary depending upon the size of the animal and your cut and wrap specifications.

Note: The 20% deposit is required for all bulk orders.
**Your final total will be calculated once the animal is butchered and the actual hanging weight is determined.**

It’s Ranch-Raised, it’s not “Free-Range” Canadian Beef. We are the type of family ranch that goes against the grain. Nearly all cattle raised in the Canadian prairies is free range, and we’re not here to try and pull the wool over your eyes with trendy terms — we’re here to sell you amazing tasting beef that you can enjoy around the dinner table or picnic table.

When you know where your food comes from — the land that the cattle graze, the crisp prairie air that they breath in, the ranchers that calved them — you don’t need to hear buzzwords like “free-range.” Even though we might have bulls, we’re completely free of BS.

So what about antibiotic-free beef? Well, let’s clear this up. All beef is antibiotic-free because the Canadian Food Inspection Agency requires a minimum withdrawal time before beef can be sold. And, just like in humans, sometimes cattle need antibiotics to guard against sickness — we believe this is the most humane way to raise cattle.

We believe good food brings family together and we’re here to nourish your family inside and out; from farm to fork. It’s in our DNA as Canadian-born-and-bred ranchers to put an amazing product on your plate; not just a cut of steak. The way we ranch is a tradition we enjoy: using horses to herd, growing our own feed, getting our kids involved in the farm. Our style of ranching is a point of pride for us, and we think it’ll be a point of pride for you too.

Having a connection to the food you eat is something we value, so let’s share in the experience of great food!
Justin & Bonnie- Home Quarter Meats