This ground beef blend will certainly impress you with it's bold grassfed steak flavor! Only using middle meats like Ribloins, Striploins and Tenderloins, we have craft a ground beef blend that's been requested for quite some time. This 85/15 combination is a nice balance of savory steak and buttery fat.
White Oak Pastures Grassfed cattle play an important role in our Serengeti Rotational Grazing model. Our cattle freely roam our farm completely unconfined, eating sweet, native Georgia grasses, and are never treated with antibiotics or steroids. Our cattle are 100% Grassfed and grass finished, harvested and hand butchered on our farm, and are a Step 4 in the Global Animal Partnership.
Our Grassfed Steakburger Grind is packaged in 1 pound portions.
A customer favorite, our Grassfed ground beef makes a delicious burger! As a 90/10 grind, our ground beef is both lean and packed with flavor, making it an excellent choice for a variety of meals. While we always enjoy letting the meat shine, but it also goes great in sauces, stews, casseroles, or even a savory pie!
All orders will ship, vacuum sealed, from our farm in Bluffton, Georgia in a Styrofoam cooler with dry ice. Orders will be delivered frozen or very cold to the touch, depending on the time in transit.
Regardless of what farm you purchase from, there is no such thing as free shipping. Shipping perishable product through the mail is expensive, regardless of how you spin it. We have a large following of customers who pick up orders from our local markets and On-Farm store. It doesn't seems fair to penalize these customers with inflated prices, just so we can get product to more distant customers cheaply.
White Oak Pastures is currently offering equalized shipping to those in a 3Day ground from our farm. At this point, this is how we handle the cost of all Ground Shipments:
$700 and higher= $89.95
If you live outside of a 3Day ground transit, the rates are generated by calculating the weight of the package and the distance to the address provided. Our customers have found that larger orders placed on a less frequent basis seem to be most efficient.