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Grass Fed Beef

We are proud of our grass fed/grass finished beef!

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Date Creek Ranch grass fed beef is: Good for You!

Knowing exactly where your grass fed beef comes from gives your family the reassurance that your food is coming from people who care about the quality of your meat. We strive to keep our customers happy by producing a clean, healthy, and delicious product.

Our animals are 100% grass fed and hormone free, and live entirely on native forages, irrigated pasture, and occasionally some hay.  We do not use any antibiotics, steroids or hormones. We have an excellent meat processor who dry ages your meat (for tenderness and to enhance the flavor) for 14 days before processing it.

We sell our beef by the quarter.

Quarters are $ 8.50 per pound packaged weight.

Halves are  $ 7.95 per pound packaged weight.

Whole beeves are $ 7.45 per pound packaged weight.

Typically quarters are between 80 and 90 pounds of packaged meat. We dry age our beef for 14 days.  Depending on the size of the quarter, cost is between $650 and $750 (includes cost of processing).

Orders for a quarter will be cut to a standard cutting list and cannot be changed. Orders for more than a quarter can request a customized cutting list. A quarter beef will take up about 3 shelves in a side by side refrigerator.

A $100 deposit is required when ordering, which will put your name on our waiting list. The waiting is established on a first come first serve basis  (delivery schedule). It can take up to 10-12 weeks because we do not process the animal until your order is placed.

We will meet you with your order  in Phoenix (I17 and Loop 101), Prescott Valley or Chino Valley.  We always meet on a Friday evening.

Referrals will receive a $25.00 discount.  Please let us know who referred you, so we can make sure they receive the discount.

Our ranch (About the Ranch) is always open to our customers.  Please visit  (Map to Ranch) and get to know us and our operation personally.

Date Creek Ranch has not used any herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers on the land or the animals since 1983.

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