See attachment of either full or partial agreement. You can either scan and send back to us at Info@myLivewellOnline or deliver at your next visit. Once approved by your paperwork, we will run the down payment plus tax and get it going. Sorry details on paperwork seem silly, but people have asked us for more T bone than ground….we haven’t figured out how to make a heifer or steer grow more steaks than ground meat to satisfy this requestJ We are not even joking about that question either! Meat quantities and cut variance types are completely pro-rata to the full heifer. See attached Dewig cut list to see where on the animal various cuts originate from as well as our order sheet to see what cuts will be provided on a less than full order. For a full animal order any cut and thickness can be requested at time of butchering.
By the way, YES—ALL grass fed/finished. Charolais beef. Very high quality, excellent tasting grass finished beef. When you begin your journey into grass finished meat, the taste of this meat makes all the difference in the world vs many others breeds we have tried. It is delicious!
- According to eatwild.com, grass finished beef (not to be confused with only grass fed) has equivalent fat content as wild deer, bison, elk, antelope. Only about 2x the fat of boneless skinless chicken breast, which always astounds me!
- Ex: a 6oz grass finished steak has about 100 less calories than standard factory-farmed beef.
- Food for thought: The Average American eats about 66.5 lbs of beef per year. If they changed to grass finished beef but did not change quantity of their beef consumed, they would cut 17,733 calories of hormone laden, inflammatory fat out of their diets…and still be eating the same amount of beef! That translates to 5.06 lbs of fat.
So, a ¼ heifer based on 1000 pounds live weight would be estimated to contain 7.05 lbs less fat, or 24,666 less fat calories packaged. I find this amazing. It also explains why there is so much conflicting information out there on if meat is good or bad for you. Based on research, we would have to know how the animal was fed that was in the research study to know whether truthful or not. Talk about ‘have your steak and eat it too’. Haha!