1/8th Beef Shares
Each beef share costs $625 and is approximately 65 pounds of beef, including bones for making stock. A share includes an assortment of steaks, roasts, ground beef, premium stir fry beef and more, all for less than $9.50/lb! Specifically, your cow share will include 8 premium steaks (e.g. Ribeye, Strip or Filet Mignon), 9 mid-range steaks (e.g., Sirloin, Flat Iron, Denver or Chuck), 2 lbs of beef kebab, 2 lbs of premium stir fry strips, 2 large roasts, 8 packs of hamburger patties, 25-1 lb packs of ground beef, and about 8 lbs of beef stock bones.
1/2 Lamb Shares
Each lamb share costs $420 and you can expect to get over 20 lbs of meat plus bones for making stock, all for about $18.00/lb. You have the option to select a “warm season” or “cool season” share. Warm season shares include: leg steaks, loin chops, rib chops, lamb kebab, ground Lamb, and stock bones. Cool season shares include: leg roasts (boneless), loin chips, half rib racks, lamb stew, ground lamb and stock bones.
How does it work?
Purchase your shares here on-line. Once we receive your order, we coordinate with our farm partners, and schedule fabrication of your Carolina Cow & Lamb Shares. Your order will be ready for pick-up at our warehouse in Durham approximately 2 weeks later. We’ll contact you to set up a convenient time for you to come by and get it (M – F, 9am – 5pm). We’ll bring it to your car for contactless pick up. Your meat will be frozen solid at pick up. If you have a long drive home, you can choose to have your order packed in insulated boxes, or bring coolers to keep everything cold for the journey.
Will I have space in my freezer?
For a Cow Share, you’re talking 65 pounds of meat, which is going to take up about as much space as 13 (5 lb) bags of sugar. You MIGHT be able to fit all this in your refrigerator freezer but only if you have nothing else in there and how likely is that? So, we suggest purchasing a small chest freezer or going in on a share with a friend or neighbor. It’s easy to divide a share two-ways. The 20 pounds of meat in a lamb share is much easier to fit in your refrigerator freezer.
Contact us for more information, we’re happy to answer any questions you still have.