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Bulk Meat Options
now available

Looking to save big on our regeneratively-raised meats?
You've come to the right place!


Due to a high volume of requests for our bulk meat shares, we are temporarily deactivating the "bulk meat interest form" that is usually on this page. we will report back when we are ready to resume taking bulk orders for beef, pork, and lamb.

We are still taking bulk orders for chicken!
to place an order, please email

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Why buy in bulk?

Purchasing a portion of a whole animal is the most affordable way to buy grass-fed and pasture-raised meats.  You will receive our select cuts of steaks, roasts, sausages, and more at a fraction of the cost. When you choose from our bulk options, you are saving more than 20% over the retail price!

how much does it cost?

Please see the tabs above for updated pricing information.

how much freezer space will i need?

As a general guide, one cu. ft. of freezer space will hold 30-40 lbs of cut and vacuum sealed meat. The average interior volume of a home freezer (fridge/freezer combo) is ~3 cu. ft.

Our half lamb and half hog shares will fit into a fully empty average sized home freezer. To ensure you have enough space, we recommend you store our bulk meat shares in a chest freezer.

where was my meat processed?

Our 100% grass-fed beef and lamb is processed at Anderson Meats and Processing, a small, family owned, USDA-inspected processing facility in Hartsville, TN. Our pasture-raised pork is processed at Underground Processing in Walling, TN, and Marksbury Farm Market, a small, USDA-inspected processing facility in Garrard County, KY.

We trust these small-scale, local, USDA-inspected processors to treat our animals with dignity and respect. The quality speaks for itself.

i'm in! how do I sign up?

Please fill out the interest form above, or email your interest to We will coordinate the payment and delivery of your bulk meat share. We can’t wait for you to fall in love with these delicious and nutritious cuts.

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