100% Grass-Fed Beef Pricing - 2018
We sell our beef by the whole/ half /
quarter & individual cut.
Whole - $4.25 - Sold Out for 2018
Half & Quarter - $4.50 - Sold Out for 2018
Based on hanging weight. Processing
& butchering extra.
A non-refundable deposit of $200 per whole; $100 per half & quarter is required when ordering, this will be applied to the final cost.
Prices Per lb
(all beef cuts beginning June 2018)
Bones (For Stock or Broth) - $3 - Sold Out
Beef Loin Flap Steak - $12 - Sold Out
Beef Chuck Under Blade Steak -$11 - Sold Out
Brisket - $8 - Sold Out
Burger Patties (4, 6oz @$12) - $8
Cheeks - $7.50 - Sold Out
Chuck/ Arm/ Pot Roast (Bone-In) - $8 - Sold Out
Chuck Roast (English, Bone-Less) - $9 - Sold Out
Flank, Flat Iron & Skirt Steak - $12 - Sold Out
Ground Beef - 90/10; 85/15 & 80/20 - $7
Hanging & Petite Tender - $12 - Sold Out
Organ Meats: Liver, Heart, Tongue - $4
Oxtail - $6 - Sold Out
Sirloin - $12 - Sold Out
PorterHouse & T-Bone Steak - $18 - Sold Out
Rib Eye & NY Strip Steaks - $16 - Sold Out
Roasts (English, Round, Rump) - $8 - Sold Out
Roast - (Tri-Tip) - $10 - Sold Out
Shanks (Cross-Cut) - $8 - Sold Out
Short Ribs - $8 - Sold Out
Stew Meat - $8 - Sold Out
Suet - $2.50
Tenderloin - $22 - Sold Out
Sustainably, Ethically & Humanely Raised Heritage Livestock.
Pastured Pork, Chicken, Turkey, Goose & Duck. Pastured Chicken & Duck Eggs. 100% Grass-Fed Beef & Lamb in Geauga County, Ohio.
CHANDER HILL FARM
We raise registered Red Devon cattle which is 100%
grass-fed here in Geauga County, Ohio.
Red Devon cattle (also called "Ruby Reds") are a
heritage breed that originated from the South
of England in the U.K. making their way to America
with the Pilgrims in 1623.
We chose the Devon for their many positive traits
(all of which we have found to be true over the last
4.5 years) :
They have been bred for hundreds of years to truly be
raised & finished on grass.
They have a docile & gentle disposition.
They are great mothers, calve easily & produce rich milk which is high in butterfat.
They continue to produce calves into their teens.
No breed has a purer genetic base than the Devon.
They have a robust constitution & rarely suffer ill health.
Our herd is fed grass & hay in the Winter - all
without the use of any chemical fertilizers or pesticides,
& we feed an organic salt & kelp supplement to keep
them healthy. They are rotated daily to fresh pasture
from April to end October. When the weather conditions
are adverse they have access to the barn - normally
only on the worst days or when the snow is too deep for
us to get out to feed them.
100% grass fed-beef takes at least 24 months to finish vs. @16 months if it is finished in a feedlot. Truly 100%
grass-fed cattle should never be fed grain.
100% grass-fed beef is better for human health than
grain-fed beef in 10 different ways, according to the most
comprehensive analysis to date. The June 2009 study
was a joint effort between the USDA & researchers at
Clemson University in South Carolina.
Compared with grain-fed beef, grass-fed beef was:
Lower in total fat
Higher in beta-carotene
Higher in vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)
Higher in the B-vitamins thiamin & riboflavin
Higher in the minerals calcium, magnesium & potassium
Higher in total omega-3s
A healthier ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids
Higher in CLA, a potential cancer fighter
Higher in vaccenic acid (which can be transformed into CLA)
Lower in the saturated fats linked with heart disease.