Beef Quarters

We are now taking deposits for beef quarters to be delivered in August 2017

Please note: We also offer a 25 lb beef package which is approximately 1/8 of a beef.   These beef packages are a great way to stock up and save on high quality grass fed beef.  

Price per quarter will be $9.00 per pound, and yield approximately 90 to 100 lbs of take home meat per quarter for a total cost of around $900.00. Price includes processing and delivery to the Chicagoland area. All of our beef is dry aged for 2 weeks, and will be packaged in easy to use 1-3 lb portions.  You can place a deposit for a beef quarter here:

http://shop.hasselmannfarm.com/quarter-beef-deposit/

Starting in September & October, we will also be offering sides (half) beefs, and whole beefs.

On average a side of beef will yield 180 to 200 lb of take home meat  @ $8.50 per pound.

A whole beef will yield 380 lb to 400 lb of take home meat @ $8.00 per pound.

Prices include processing and delivery but do not include sales tax.

All beef quarters must be paid in full BEFORE delivery is made.  

On average, a quarter beef will yield:

Please note that these weights vary from animal to animal and these numbers are just an estimate. Actual final weight will be around 90 to 100 lbs.  All meat is packaged in easy to use portions of 1 lb. to 3 lb each package and delivered frozen.  

grassfed beef on pasture

30 lb Ground beef  (in 25 to 30, 1 lb packages)
5.5 lb Soup bones (3 to 4 packs)
4.5 lb Ribeye Steaks (6 to 8 packs)
3.5 lb NY Strips (6 to 8 packs)   (or 7 to 8 packs T bone steaks)
1.5 lb Tenderloin Filet (4 to 6 packs)  (or 7 to 8 Packs T bone steaks)
3 lb Short Ribs (1 to 2 packs)
5 lb Beef Stew Meat  (4 to 5 packs)
4 lb Sirloin Steaks (3 to 4 packs)
7 lb Arm Roasts  ( 3 to 4 packs)
9 lb Chuck Roasts (3 to 4 packs)
3.4 lb Sirloin Tip Roast (1 pack)
2.75 lb Beef Brisket (1 pack)
3 lb Rump Roast ( 1 pack)
5 lb Round Steak (1 pack)
2 lb Cubed Steak (2 to 4 packs)
1 lb Flank or Skirt Steak ( 1 to 2 packs)
2.0 lb Beef Liver  (2 to 3 packs)
 

Did you know?

Female chickens are called pullets for their first year or until they begin to lay eggs. Then, they are called hens.

A few words from our customers.

We ordered half of a hog from Hasselmann farm and were thrilled with the experience. The pork is exceptional, the processing was professional, and Scott was great to deal with. We look forward to a long relationship with this great, local, family-run farm. Ted B., Aurora, IL.