Each Beef Share is 1/15 of a side of beef: you’ll get an assortment of prime, secondary, roasting, and braising cuts as well as ground beef, fresh sausage and beef stock.
Our beef is local, and pastured by farmers we know personally. The beef are always antibiotic and hormone free, aged for three weeks, then cut and packaged. We do all the cutting ourselves in house. Our goal is to get you great tasting beef directly from the farm, with only us in between.
Each Share will range from 16 Lbs – 18 Lbs*, and while we do not sell the Share’s by weight we do work dutifully to ensure that each Share represents great value.
One Share of Beef will take up approximately 1 cubic foot of in your freezer. The tallest item is 10 inches tall and the widest item is typically 8 inches wide.
While each Share has the same value and weight, the contents may differ from one to another and we do not allow for customization. Read more here.
And having said that, there are some items that will be common to each Share of Beef. Those items, as well as the general categories for the other items in the bin, are listed below. Want to know what ingredients are used in these products? Check out our product FAQ
- 2 x packages of 4 Spicy Beef Sausages
- 3 x packages of 2 Burgers (yes, the Station Burger)
- 4 x 500 mL containers of Beef Stock
- 1 x 500 mL container of Beef Fat
- 4 x 445 g packages of Ground Beef
- 2 X Primary Steaks
- 3 X Secondary Steaks
- 1 X Beef Roast
- 1 X Braising Cut
- * The weight described above represents the final weight of the Share, including all its contents and packaging
What Happens When Farmers Retire?
With the news that the Wallace’s will soon stop raising cattle, West Side Beef is looking to new pastures.
Why Does West Side Beef Have a Family Pack?
The WSB Family Pack is meant for families that want good, healthy, fresh proteins for their home pantry. With this option, we’ve included larger roasts, whole birds, and for the first time ever we’re mixing proteins together in one option.
Why Do Chefs Spend So Much Time Talking to Farmers?
Food made with better ingredients will taste better. Chefs that spend their food dollars buying directly from people that grow food will buy better ingredients. And in the process, the best chefs are learning a thing or two about cooking from farmers as well.
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Beef Tartare Sauce
While traditional versions of this dish are made with ground beef, we recommend that you hand chop one of the steaks in your Share of Beef.Learn More