Price: $16.99 per kg (includes all cuts) Deposit (Pay Now):$100.00
What is an even quarter? Easy – it’s a little from the forequarter and a little from the hindquarter, so you get 1/4 of each part of the animal – an even spread of primary, secondary and leaner cuts as well those prized fillets and OP on the bone – if that’s your thing. Our grass fed, pasture raised beef comes fully butchered to your specifications.
1/4 beast will fill a small compartment freezer (e.g. a large esky) and comes in 2 x styrofoam boxes. All cuts have a freezer storage life of 2 years from pickup. Here’s a dodgy video we made showing you how much meat is in an even quarter of beef 🙂 Please refer to the tabs below to find out what cuts are included, and the current wait time. Please note: this product is loose bagged (not cryovacced) ready to be packed and frozen by you.
Deposit payable to secure order. This product is sold by final weight and is cut to order. Average Weight: 35 – 45kg
Order Processing Time:SOLD OUT
DELIVERY TO CLAYFIELD – your deposit secures your order.
HOW TO ORDER:
1. Contact us to request the beef order form to select your preferred cuts before proceeding to the online checkout. This item is collection only. You will be presented with 2 options. As there are only 2 each of options ‘1’ and ‘2’, preference will be given to early orders.
2. Add the quarter beef to your shopping basket by clicking on the ‘Add To Basket’ button below. Proceed to the online checkout to pay your deposit.
These are British breeds: a mixture of Charolais and Angola bulls over Charolais and Angus cows, small herds pasture raised on rotational paddocks by Les & Kerryn Hellyar, in the rolling green hills of Kyogle, NSW. As well as pasture roaming, all cattle has free access to locally grown Australian whole grains. No antibiotics or steroids. No lot or stall feeding. No forced grains. Grass finished. All our beef is hung for 5-7 days, using the ‘tender stretching’ method. After packaging, each 1/4, 1/2 or whole beast is delivered fresh from Kyogle to Hand Sourced.
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Please allow 14-21 days (minimum) for processing. This is a cut to order product, and wait time enables us to source enough customers to source a whole beast. Once your order is confirmed, your cow is carefully transported to local meat works and finished to order by the local butcher team at Kyogle Meats.
All our beef is hung for 5-7 days, using the ‘tender stretching’ method. After packaging, each 1/4, 1/2 or whole beast is delivered fresh from Kyogle to Hand Sourced. Your order will be available to collect from Ascot, Brisbane.
Quarter beasta little from fore and hindquarter, comprising the following cuts:
Osso Bucco | Silverside: corned (or) uncorned | Topside whole (or) steaks | Rump steaks | Eye Fillet | Round Roast | Skirt: can be steaks, minced, or whole | T Bone (or) Porterhouse
Rolled roast | Y-Bone (or) Oyster blade | Rib Fillet Steak | Blade Roast whole (or) steaks | Brisket | Short ribs (or) Meaty short ribs | OP on the bone
You will receive all bones. All trim is minced and bagged into premium mince packs and sausages (Sausages contain preservative (223) at not more than 1.15%. If you would like the preservative omitted, please notify us at the time of order. Preservative free sausages will have no shelf life, must be frozen immediately, and can be black when unfrozen).
We regret: the abattoir will not return offal, head, tail or cheeks with this order.
Where will I put it?
1/4 beast will fill a small compartment freezer (e.g. a large esky).
All cuts have a freezer storage life of 2 years from pickup.
Les and Kerryn Hellyar are proud growers of British breeds: a mixture of Charolais and Angus. Angus cattle, known as Aberdeen Angus in most parts of the world, were developed from cattle native to the counties of Aberdeenshire and Angus in Scotland, and Charolais are native to the French Charolais area surrounding Charolles, Burgundy.
The Hellyars consider a 'hands on' approach optimal to quality cattle, and manually manage pasture rotation and cattle transport, meaning low stress levels and calm animals. Trewellen Farm is perched hillside on the rolling green hills of Kyogle NSW. SaveSave