Assume 1,000 lbs. on the hoof for figuring purposes, it may weight up to 1,200 lbs. or as little as 900 lbs. $2,497 / 412 lbs. $6.06 (This average will run from $6.50 to $6.75) per pound for your organic pasture grazed, grass-fed beef.
A split half contains about 150 lbs. of hanging weight, and one will receive about 90 lbs. of take-home or finished beef (45 lbs. of cuts and 45 lbs. of burger). Grass-fed Finished Beef Cost (approximate): Whole steer $2.90/lb. hanging wt.
Ordering Big River Organic Grass Fed Beef in bulk is a great way to save some. Our 2017 bulk beef prices are as follows: quarters and halves: $3.50/lb (hanging weight) + butcher fee whole steer: $3.25/lb (hanging weight) + butcher fee.
Double Z raises all natural grass–fed beef in a way that is gentle on the. Hanging weight: Sides with skin, head, non-usable organs, and hooves removed.
So, for this example, let's say we have a grass–fed, Angus steer that dresses out to a hanging carcass weight that is 58 percent of its live weight and your cost to .
The next day we'll call the butcher and get the hanging weight (the Beef Weight section below explains â€œhanging weightâ€), which determines the price of the beef
Grass Fed Beef (see HOME third & fourth paragraph) are â€œHarvestedâ€ at a USDA Inspected facility or locally. USDA Inspected Prices. whole carcass (600 +/- lbs) is $4.95 a pound on hanging weight; half carcass (300 +/- lbs) is $5.15 a pound .