Frequently Asked Questions
Interested in buying some of our certified 100% grass-fed beef for your family? Here are some frequently asked questions we receive that may help you prepare for the purchase!
- How much freezer space do I need?
One cubic foot for 30-35 lbs. of beef. The empty freezer compartment of an average-sized home refrigerator will usually hold 50 lbs. of beef.
- Where is your beef processed?
Our beef is processed at Stehlin’s Meat Market at 10134 Colerain Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45251. Their phone number is 513-385-6164. Stehlin’s is a fourth generation family-owned business that has been in business for over 100 years. They do a great job and are committed to keeping the traditional butcher shop alive in Cincinnati.
- Where do I pick up my beef?
Stehlin's Meat Market will contact you when they are ready for you to pick up your beef.
- How is the meat packaged?
The meat is packaged in white butcher paper and individually labeled.
- Can I get the organ meat?
Yes, upon request you can get the liver, heart, tongue, and oxtail.
- What breed of cattle do you use?
We use moderate framed Black Angus.
- How long will my beef last in the freezer?
Frozen beef will keep very high quality for up to 12 months if you store it at 0 degrees F.
- How much beef should I buy?
Eating beef twice a week will take a family of four one year to eat a half beef, or six months to eat a quarter beef.
We are glad to answer your questions about grass-fed fed beef. Contact us via email for a prompt response!