BULK BUY MEAT IN ARIZONA
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MIKE’S FARM BUY BULK MEAT, PHOENIX, AZ
Our cost per pound is based on the live weight of the cow or cattle. We offer bulk buy meat in three sizes: whole, half, and quarter beef. Note that the estimated prices we have are based on average sizes and that prices may vary depending on the animal’s actual weight.
* Whole beef price range: $2,400 to $3,500
* Half beef price range: $1,200 to $1,750
* Quarter beef price range: $600 to $875
Once we hand over your animal to our experienced butcher, you will receive the final invoice. It will include the total cost for your ordered grass-fed beef, the processing fee, and the probable pick-up or shipment date.
When you proceed with your beef meat bulk buying with us, you need to take care of two costs: the payment for the beef meat and the processing fee. The payment for your grass-fed beef goes to Mike’s Farm. You need to deposit a small amount as a security of your slot. The final beef cost and the processing fee, which goes to the butcher, will be computed based on the actual weight of the cow or cattle.
The processing fee of your bulk buy beef is separate from the total beef meat fee and is given to the butcher during pick-up. You need to send the payments for both the beef and the processing fee before we ship your grass-raised beef for the shipment option.
Because of the instability of the meat market in Phoenix, AZ today, the beef meat prices and the processing fee might change without prior notice.
* Checks and money order
* Via online payment channels using debit or credit card
We have prepared two options for picking up your grass-fed beef. Check out which of the two best fits your schedule.
OPTION 1: FARM PICK-UP
You are welcome to pick up the beef you bulk purchased on our farm. We will prepare your orders and keep them frozen until your preferred pick-up date. Our representative will coordinate closely with you.
OPTION 2: LOCAL PICK-UP
We will set up a schedule and location where all who joined our bulk buy meat can go to and get their orders. We will provide news on our website about the particular time.
We can ship your orders to your location, wherever you are in the USA. Let us know your Arizona address so we can provide you an estimated shipping fee. Oh, by the way. Oh, did you know that we offer free shipping for bulk-bought dry-aged steaks, ground beef, and savory cut beef within Phoenix and the whole of Arizona?
Message us today and learn more about how to purchase our best-quality meat.
100% GRASS-FED BEEF IN PHOENIX, AZ
Plus, they do not eat grains, such as corn and soy. We let them roam and graze freely on native Arizona grass. We believe that letting them live in a natural, healthy environment is a way of giving them more humane care.
BRING OUR ARIZONA GRASS-RAISED BEEF HOME
And, what’s the best way to know if our beef is indeed high-quality? Yes, by cooking and taking a bite from our mouthwatering beef, of course!
Prep Time: 30 to 45 minutes
Marinade: 2 hours
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 4 to 5 persons
- 1 lb grass-fed beef, ranch steak
- 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- 1 tbsp sesame oil
- 1 ½ cup stir fry sauce
- Sesame seeds
- 1 cup of every stir-fry vegetable kind of your choice (Example: snap peas, broccoli florets, carrots, and green peas)
- 2 cups rice
- Salt and pepper to taste
Stir Fry Marinade:
- Juice of 1 freshly squeezed lime
- 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- 1 tbsp fresh ginger, grated
- Get all the ingredients for the marinade. Prepare and mix them together.
- Thinly slice the grass-ranch steak in ½” size.
- Put the sliced Ranch steak in a resealable plastic container with the marinade. Keep refrigerated for about one to two hours.
- While waiting for your dry-aged Ranch steak to fully marinate, slice your vegetables to your liking.
- Then, cook the rice based on the package instructions.
- If about one to two hours have passed, mix the olive oil and sesame oil together in a hot skillet.
- Sear your sliced beef strips for about 2 minutes on each side.
- Remove from the pan and set aside.
- Pour in your marinade mixture and let it simmer for about 3 minutes.
- Place back your sliced beef Ranch steak to the pan, add the stir fry sauce, and mix for about a minute.
- Add your vegetables and saute while coating your vegetables and meat with the sauce.
- Serve while hot over your rice.
- Garnish with sesame seeds.
Prep Time: 20 to 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 to 25 minutes
Serves: 4 to 6 persons
- 16 oz grass-raised steaks
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp mustard powder
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
- 1 1/2 self-rising flour
- 1 egg, beaten
- 1 12oz beer of your choice
- Deep frying pan with 1/5” vegetable oil
- Put all the dry ingredients in a three-quart mixing bowl. Mix well.
- Add the beaten egg and blend together.
- Pour the beer and mix thoroughly.
- Leave the batter for approximately 20 minutes.
- While waiting for the batter to settle, cut your steaks into 1/2” strips.
- Remove excess water or moisture by patting dry with a paper towel.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Pre-heat your deep fryer and add vegetable oil.
- Once about 180 degrees Fahrenheit, dip your steak strips into the beer batter and gently put them into the boiling oil.
- Let them sit on one side until golden brown or about five minutes. Turn each side until strips are cooked evenly.
- Let it cool for a bit and serve while still hot.
- You may serve with your favorite dipping sauce like mustard, ketchup, teriyaki, or barbeque sauce.
- Dip and take a bite!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A: At Mike’s Farm, our typical time frame for raising our cows and cattle is about 22 to 24 months – that is, from birth to finish. Our target is to offer bulk buy meat to our Arizona customers from April to May, September to October, and November to December. Check our posts now and then. Otherwise, we will send an email or message to our subscribers to notify them of an upcoming buy bulk meat near me.
A: Mike’s Farm is a beef company that has locally processed steaks since the early 2000s. Over the years, we perfected the process. Today, we do dry-aging for about 14 to 21 days before processing the meat. The result is always a mouthwatering, tender steak that you and your family can enjoy.