At Luna Field Farm we are working to provide you with a wonderful eating experience. From the time an animal is born to the time it reaches your dinner table we take great care to consider the wellbeing of that animal and the environment in which it is raised. Calves are born on pasture in late spring/early summer and cows are grazed using planned grazing techniques whereby they have access to fresh pasture each day.
We love to learn from others and we have found a great community of mentors and experienced ranchers and graziers keen to share their knowledge with us. With their help and our enthusiasm we are sure that we can continue to improve our products and provide you with a healthy and flavourful grass-fed product.
Our grass-fed cattle are:
- Raised on pasture
- Hormone, antibiotic free
- Harvested seasonally when they are at their prime finishing weight (mid summer), not when our schedule requires it.
- Dry-aged for 18-21 days and then cut, wrapped, and frozen, prior to customer pick-up or delivery.
For the benefits of Grassfed meat check out EatWild
Why is beef only available in the fall?
We are mindful of the quality of the finished product and want to provide you with the best eating experience we have to offer. High daily weight gains are necessary when finishing an animal. Cattle need a high carbohydrate diet for the final months of finishing in order for them to gain sufficient fat for the finished product. In a feedlot setting grain (high energy carbohydrate) is used for the finishing stage. In a grassfed system perennial pasture plants shift carbohydrates from their leaves to their roots as day length decreases. As the carbohydrate levels in the pasture drop so does the potential for animal gains and marbling. While high quality alfalfa hay can also be used to compensate for potential carbohydrate shortages we focus on pasture finishing. We need 60-90 days of high gains (high carbohydrates) to finish an animal. In our climate, June, July and August provide the best time for weight gain and finishing therefore late summer and early fall (at the end of the 60-90 days period) is the best time to harvest the animal.
GRASSFED BEEF PRICES
**Package prices are based on the actual pounds of packaged meat that you receive.
~$1500 for a Half beef. 180 lbs ($8.49/lb) ** to order on our online order form simply submit an order for 2X quarter beef.
Approximately 50-60 lbs of ground, 4-6 lbs of stew, 12-14X3-4lb roasts (cross rib, chuck roast,rump or round roast), 10 lbs of short ribs, 35 lbs of steak (round, Tbone, Ribeye, Sirloin, Sirloin Tip,NY strip, Filet Mignon), 10 lbs of soup bones
~$800 for a Quarter beef. 85-90 lbs ($8.79/lb)
Approximately 25-30 lbs of ground, 2-3 lbs of stew, 2X3-4lb cross rib roast, 2X3-4 lb chuck roast, 2X3-4lb rump or round roast, 5 lbs of short ribs, 16 lbs of steak (round, Tbone, Ribeye, Sirloin, Sirloin Tip, Filet Mignon), 5 lbs of soup bones
Traditional Cuts Package:
~$250 for 25 lbs ($9.79/lb)
Approximately 5-6 lbs of ground, 1 lbs of stew, 4X3-4 lb roasts (cross-rib, chuck, rump, round), 4-5 lbs of steak (ex. Rib steak, sirloin or Tbone)
30 lb Slow Cooker Package:
Approximately 2Xchuck roast, 2Xround roast, 1Xcross rib roast or sirloin tip roast, 2 lbs stew beef, 5 lbs ground beef, 2 lb short ribs
Package includes approx 4 lbs of rib steak or Tbone, 4 lbs of sirloin/sirloin tip, 2 lbs of striploin, or filet mignon
Want to purchase beef by the cut? Let us know what you’d like!
beef fat $4.19/lb
beef liver $5.99/lb
soup bones $4.99/lb
ox tail $ 7.99/lb
ground beef $ 6.99/lb
stew beef $10.99/lb
short ribs $7.49/lb
beef brisket $8.99/lb
beef/pork Smokies $11.99/lb
porterhouse steak $21.49/lb
T bone steak $18.89/lb
Rib Steak (Flintstone style) $15.89/lb
Sirloin Steak $15.89/lb
Filet Mignon $22.99/lb
Striploin Steak (NY Strip) $21.49/lb
Sirloin tip Steak $11.79/lb
Chuck Roast $9.99/lb
Cross Rib Roast $9.99/lb
Eye of Round Roast $9.99/lb
Inside Round $9.99/lb
Outside Round $9.99/lb
Sirloin Rump Roast $13.89/lb
Sirloin Tip Roast $10.79/lb