About Our Grassfed Beef
Devon Point Farm’s grassfed beef is:
• 100% grass fed and grass finished only - no grain!
• no growth hormones • no antibiotics
• all natural - naturally & humanely raised
• high in omega 3 fatty acids
• high in cancer-fighting conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)
• lower in cholesterol & saturated fat than grain-fed beef
You can now buy our beef right at the farm in Connecticut! We are minutes away from nearby Massachusetts and Rhode Island. See our hours of operation at the bottom of the page, or call us at 860-974-9004 or send us an email.
Devon Point Farm is committed to providing delicious, all natural, antibiotic-free and hormone-free grassfed beef. The cattle are raised on pasture while the grass is green using rotational grazing and sustainable farming practices. They have access to fresh clean water, trace minerals, and are fed round-baled hay during the winter months – they are never fed grain. Cattle are grown and finished on grass and hay only – no grain, no antibiotics and no hormones.
When compared to grain-fed beef, grassfed beef has less total fat, less saturated fat, less cholesterol, and less calories. It also has more vitamin E, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and a number of health-promoting fats, including omega-3 fatty acids and “conjugated linoleic acid” (CLA) than grain-fed beef.
The beef is humanely slaughtered and butchered under USDA supervision, dry-aged for ten days to two weeks, clear plastic shrink wrapped, labeled with the cut and weight, and frozen.
Pricing: Boxed, By the Half, By The Quarter, and Whole Animals - We sell by the individual cut too!
Click Here for our Grass Fed Beef PRICE LIST!
By The Box: Boxed beef typically features a ‘sampler’ mix of cuts which may include roasts, steaks, burger, shanks, stew meat, short ribs, fajita steaks, etc. Boxed beef is $435 for a 35 lb. box. Boxes are reserved with a $250 deposit.
By The Half: The beef Halves are at special bulk pricing of $6.50/pound hanging weight and are pre-sold with an $800 deposit. The final balance due will be determined after the steers have been taken to the butchers and we will call you with a balance due based upon the hanging weight. Our hanging weights for a HALF are 250-350 lbs. The yield varies depending on how fat the animal is and how it is butchered, but is typically half of the hanging weight, so 150-175 lbs of finished cuts which usually take up about 10 cu. ft. of "upright" freezer space. Halves typically cost between $1,250 and $1,650 depending on the weight of the animal and yield between 150 - 175 lbs. of finished cuts.
By The Quarter: The beef Halves are at special bulk pricing of $6.70/pound hanging weight and are pre-sold with an $400 deposit. The final balance due will be determined after the steers have been taken to the butchers and we will call you with a balance due based upon the hanging weight. Our hanging weights for a QUARTER are 100-200 lbs. The yield varies depending on how fat the animal is and how it is butchered, but is typically half of the hanging weight, so 50-100 lbs. of finished cuts which usually take up about 5 cu. ft. of "upright" freezer space. Quarters typically cost between $625 and $825 depending on the weight of the animal and yield between 50-100 lbs. of finished cuts.
Note: All pricing includes transportation costs, USDA butchering, plastic wrapping, labeling and boxing.
Customer Satisfaction: If customers are not fully satisfied, by notifying us within one week of picking up the meat at the farm, and returning the product to the farm, we will supply a full refund for any product that is unopened and has remained fully frozen (no signs of freezer burn). There are no refunds for product already eaten, or packages that have been defrosted, damaged or otherwise altered.
Please also feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
What our customers are saying:
"After having a sirloin and some hamburg from the latest delivery I would
have to say that you have met all our expectations. Taste, quantity, quality
and friendly service is all anyone could ask for. We will be seeing you again
next year, same time, same place.
Keep in Touch and keep us on the list,"
Bob & Diane Beach (July 2011)