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Bulk Beef Buying

An Easy Buying Guide

If you have never purchased beef in bulk from a local rancher, thats ok! We are here to educate and help you out. 

Below is a guide on pricing, how to place an order, and an example of what your final purchase will look like.

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WE DO NOT SHIP OUR BEEF AT THIS TIME! 

Raw Beef with Herbs and Spices

How To Purchase 1/4, 1/2 & Whole Beef

Easy Steps!

Family Owned Farm in Grangeville, Idaho

1

Make Deposit

Make your deposit on our website.

Once doing so your order is secured.

2

Final Payment Due

Once your beef's weight is determined an invoice will be sent to your email from KrisCo Farms.

3

Choosing Cuts of Meat

The butcher will give you a call for any 1/2 and whole portion

of beef to talk about what cuts you prefer.

1/4 Beef option has a precut list.

4

Pick Up and/or Delivery

The butcher will give you a call when your beef is ready to pick up

(about 10-15 days).

 

If you are not local to the butcher we will set up delivery options with you.

Costs

There are two fees associated with purchased beef in bulk from us.

One invoice paid to KrisCo Farms for the beef and the other invoice paid to the butcher for processing and packaging. 

KrisCo Farms Beef - $6.00/lb

Butcher Fee - $.95/lb - $1.35/lb

(for cut & wrap) & a small harvest fee 

Quarter Beef - $100 Deposit

Half Beef - $250 Deposit

Whole Beef - $500 Deposit

DEPOSIT FEES

A non-refundable deposit is required that applies to your final purchase.

Example Order

OWED to KrisCo Farms:
Half of Beef hanging at 300lbs
Our Price: $6.00/lb
300 lbs x $6.00 = $1,800.00

OWED to Butcher:
300lbs x $1.35/lb = $405
Kill fee = $87.50

TOTAL: $2,292.50
THIS IS ONLY AN EXAMPLE

How much FREEZER space do you need?

Not all cows weigh the same. Below shows average weights.

Freezer Space Description Images for Krisco Farms Beef

More Helpful Tips!

A 1/2 beef can typically feed a family of 4 for about a year eating beef 4-5 full meals a week

Ask the butcher for dog bones and soup bones! The dogs love them and soup bones are great for making bone broth.

All meat is wrapped, labeled, and frozen for long term freezer storage. 

Take time to defrost your beef!!! Steaks: 2-3 days in the fridge is best. Burger: best thawed on the counter or in water (try to not microwave!)

WE MAKE DELIVERIES WORK FROM NORTH IDAHO TO THE TREASURE VALLEY!

Raw steak with fresh herbs
Medium Rare Steak

Prices are subject to change
Due to our economy and increase in feed + other expenses, our beef price is also subject to change.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support!

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