1/2 Beef Custom Cut - (Deposit Only)
Bulk Beef Scheduled for Spring and Fall '24
PLEASE READ ALL OF THIS CAREFULLY - IT HAS IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
YOU ARE MAKING A DEPOSIT FOR MORE BEEF BY MAKING THIS PAYMENT.
How Much Do They Cost?
What you are buying right now is the initial Deposit that goes towards your final bill. Please remember there will be an additional charge. Read the directions carefully.
Price/Lb: $4.25/lb Hanging Weight
Processing: $1.25/lb - (You can source your own butcher with whole animal purchases)
Estimated Hanging Weight: 380lbs
Estimated Total Price: $2,100
Two Payments: $300 down payment & $1,800 estimated final invoiced payment. Pay deposit today to reserve your share & the invoice for the remainder before pickup.
- All butchering and processing fees
- Dry aging for flavor and tenderness 10 days (You can request longer).
- All items are professionally packaged, and labeled with the name of cut.
All meat is flash frozen and cryovac-sealed to preserve freshness, quality and flavor.
- Cuts are vacuum sealed for indefinite fresh quality in the freezer.
- 100% Satisfaction guarantee
When Do I Get It? Available now or 4-6 Weeks After Butcher Date
You will be notified in 4-6 weeks (Depending On Hanging Time)after the butcher date that your meat is ready.
Here is how you order:
Step 1: Choose Your Bundle - Select either a 1/2 or whole
Step 2: Pay a $300 deposit to secure your animal and the remaining balance will be due 4-6 weeks after the butcher date
Step 3: After your reservation is set you will be sent to the "cut selection" page and you will be sent an email. Fill out the form.
Step 4: Pay Final Bill - You will be sent the final invoice once the butcher has received your animal.
Step 5: Get Your Meat - We will contact you when your meat is ready and you can pick it up at Nordik Meats in Viroqua, 4-6 Weeks after the butcher date. Send an email to email@example.com if you have questions about delivery or this product.
How Much Meat Do I Get?
The final weight you receive will vary based on the size of your specific animal and the cutting instructions you provide. If you opt for deboning and exclude items like soup/dog bones and organs, your total weight will be less. However, if you choose to keep all the parts, including bone-in cuts, your end lbs could be even more! Additionally, depending on your hanging time there may be less weight, where it will naturally lose moisture but gains flavor and tenderness.
Beef End Cuts (This varies with you choices): 225 - 250 lbs