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Low-Line Black Angus Beef|
We live on a small farm in SW Iowa. Our crops are certified organic. Our cattle are raised without antibiotics or added hormones.
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Calves are born and raised on pasture. Cows glean organic fields in winter, supplemented with organic hay. Calves are finished on Non-GMO corn (for that good Iowa Corn Fed flavor), organic hay and oats. Low-Line Beef takes up less freezer space and less out of your wallet.
Low-Line Black Angus Beef has a smaller carcass size and is more suited to modern American families, your freezer space, and your budget. The average hanging carcass weight size for 1/4 beef is about 120 to 165 pounds. The price will be $2.80 per pound hanging carcass weight, plus the locker charges for cutting according to your instructions. (Average cutting charges for a 1/4 beef are about $ 135.00 with roasts, steaks and ground beef.) The beef will go to the locker in December, January and February. The meat will be ready and delivered about 1 month later. The $.01 deposit is only to let us know you are interested in getting a quarter (or more) beef. When you place an order, we will call and give you more information and the exact date the animal goes to the locker. Questions or for more information call Cindy Madsen, 712-250-0311.
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1/4's, 1/2's, and whole Low-Line Black Angus Beef
Order number of 1/4 beefs.
From Madsen Stock Farm's Registered American Low-Line Black Angus cattle going to the locker in Dec., Jan., and Feb. Calves are born and raised on pasture, and given no antibiotics or added hormones. They glean organic fields in the fall and are supplemented with organic hay. The calves are finished on Non-GMO corn (for that good Iowa Corn Fed flavor), organic hay and oats. Their smaller size requires less freezer space and less dollars out of your wallet. Take home meat for 1/4 beef averages about 80 lbs., with an average cost (including processing fees) of about $ 560. Your cost will be $ 2.80 per lb. hanging carcass weight on the animal you get, plus your own individual cutting costs. You do not pay the Coop a fee (we do), and the $ .01 deposit is to let us know you are interested in our beef. We will call you with more information and the date the animal goes to the locker. See our producer profile for more info. Questions - call Cindy Madsen 712-250-0311.