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Complete Guide to Buying Beef

2020 brought no shortage of problems from coronavirus to meat shortages in major grocery stores. America was left with a new reality that beef and pork are not relatively as abundant or affordable as they were even a month ago. Many Americans are now choosing to buy a whole, half, or even quarter of a beef, or pork to ensure a consistent food source.

Where do you buy a cow?

It’s relatively easy to buy a cow in Kansas; with over 58,569 farms, there is no beef shortage in our great state. Most farms around Kansas are usually small family operations and don’t have websites, so you typically have to ask people. If you’re having trouble locating a local rancher or farmer, we would love to help you reach out, and feel free to ask us. Most farmers are open to visits. Local farmers and ranchers would love to have you take a look and talk about the process.

How should I get it butchered?

When you call us, well probably ask you a lot of questions about how you want your beef cut. Be prepared ahead of time so that you get exactly what you want. Want a few tips, continue reading on to see what we recommend.

  • All steaks cut to 1 – 1 1/2
  • Rib Roast
  • Porterhouse/T-Bone/Strip/Tenderloin
  • Short ribs
  • Sirloin
  • Flank steak
  • Chuck Roast
  • Bottom Round, Top Round and Eye of Round Roasts
  • Stew meat
  • Brisket
  • Cube Steak
  • Everything else


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