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Grass fed & Grain Finished Beef Cattle for Sale - Steers - Heifers (Bushnell)

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We have Florida raised grass-fed & grain finished beef cattle for sale. Cattle are raised naturally, no hormones, vaccines or antibiotics. Whole & halves are available. We can deliver to your farm, your butcher or with one of our butchers & make an appointment for you. Our butchers are custom & usda & will process it your way, age, vacuum seal & label all the cuts.

Current prices are $1.90 per lb live weight on grass-fed & $2.35 per lb live weight for grain finished. You'll pay the butcher separately for aging, cutting & vacuum sealing when you pick up your meat.

Here's an example of what buying a whole 1000lb grass-fed animal will typically cost:
$1900 paid to us for the live animal.
$120 to $150 to the butcher for the slaughter/disposal fee.
$700 to $825 to the butcher for aging, cutting & vacuum sealing.
That's around $2750 total for approximately 350 pounds of bone in & boneless finished beef. That's around $7.85 per pound across all cuts of meat that you put in your freezer.

Keep in mind the numbers above will vary + or - 5% based on many factors. Not all harvested animals will weigh 1000 pounds. Some may be harvested at 900 pounds & some at 1400 pounds. Some animals may heavy boned & some fine boned. Some may be grass-fed & some may be grain-finished. Some people want 100% ground beef & some get a lot of bone in cuts. All these factors contribute to how much meat you take home.

We recommend you have a 8 to 10 cubic feet of freezer space for a half purchase or 16 to 20 cubic feet for a whole animal. Your meat will stay fresh for up to 3 years.

If interested text or call Mike @3͎5͎2͎6͎0͎3͎4͎5͎1͎0͎...

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