Fill your freezer with quality meat.

100% grass-fed; pastured year-round

Half Cow: 5 cu. ft.  /  Whole Cow: 10 cu. ft.  /  Milk Crate: 1 cu. ft.


$4.02/lb. hanging wt
$.74/lb. processing
Ave. yield: 110 lbs.
Ave. total: $532.40*
Ave. $/lb: $4.84
Deposit: $150

$4.02/lb. hanging wt
$.72/lb. processing
Ave. yield: 225 lbs.
Ave. total: $1050.75*
Ave. $/lb: $4.67
Deposit: $300

* Other Fees
MHf -- tax
Krehbiel's -- tax and packaging for all cuts of meat
(additional fees will be included in the final invoice from each business)


Ave. Yield Per Whole
  3% Bones: Soup
  1% Bones: Marrow
40% Ground
  4% Short Ribs
21% Roasts
18% Steaks
14% Extra Cuts

meat and scraps after cutting

Extra Cuts
patties (3 or 4/lb.), kabobs, sausages, stew meat
[all options will reduce or void certain cuts listed at top]

fat for tallow, mtn oysters, organs [heart, kidney, liver]


1. Deposit
To reserve your meat, select the option below.

2. Hanging Weight
After slaughter --
An invoice will be emailed from the farm. Please drop a check in the mail.

3. Cutting Order
After slaughter --
Krehbiel's will be waiting for a cutting order. Please call them that same day.

4. Pick Up
In about a month, Krehbiel's will email an invoice for the processing. Please drive to McPherson, submit payment and collect your order.


Krehbiel's Specialty Meats
1636 Mohawk Road
McPherson KS 67460
(620) 241-0103


Conventional form of nitrites, nitrates.

Natural Cure
Natural form of nitrites, nitrates.

If you opt for the natural cure for nitrates and nitrites, be sure to point this out when placing your cutting order with Krehbiel's.

Half or Whole? Which is the better deal?

You may have already noticed, but the price/lb. is the same for hanging weight;
however, the meat locker does charge differently for half and whole.

For ease of tracking inventory, half is the only option.
If you want the whole animal, simply change the quantity to 2.

Half: Beef, Nov

Deposit for 11/06/17

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Half: Beef, Dec

Deposit for 12/04/17

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My favorite animal is steak.

Fran Lebowitz