Casa Cano Farms
Grass Fed and Finished Beef
Bulk Beef Available September 16th, 2017
Our Beef is 100% grass fed and finished. We raise our cows organically, sustainably, and ethically. They receive no hormones or antibiotics and the hay they eat is no-spray (no herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizer.) We don’t treat our pasture with chemical fertilizers, or use round up on fence lines. They are Hereford and Black Angus crosses.
We move our cows to new pasture daily, allowing them to eat the most nutritious and energy rich grasses and forage. We use an electric hot wire to make cross section fences, and rotate them through our pasture. This practice helps maintain and build the health of our pasture and farm environment by mimicking the intensive grazing of a natural herd of ruminants. They eat each grass/forage crop so that it will re-grow, strengthening its root system, trample weeds, and spread their own manure, giving back to the pasture. We strongly believe that a healthy pasture yields a healthier cow, which also means a healthier you.
Pricing and Buying Options
Bulk Beef is the way to go if you’re looking to fill your freezer at a discount. You receive a whole, half, or quarter cut and wrapped, which includes all of your steaks, roasts, ribs, and burger. To reserve your whole, half, or quarter, or if you have any questions, email us at email@example.com or in person at the Thursday Market. Available September 16th, 2017.
All bulk pricing is based on the hanging weight of the cow, which is 550 – 650 Lbs per animal, and includes the price of butcher, cut and wrapped.
Whole Beef : $4.25 / Lb
Half Beef : $4.49 / Lb
Quarter Beef : $4.65 / Lb
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your whole, half, or quarter beef.
Retail Beef will be available to purchase from Casa Cano Farms at the Thursday Market beginning September 21, 2017. Thursday Market –Thursdays, May – October, 3:00pm-7:00pm at 924 S. Perry Street, Spokane, WA.
Freezer Space Recommendations:
For every 30 Lbs of meat, cut and wrapped, plan for 1 cubic feet of freezer space. A typical above-fridge freezer is 10 cubic feet, which means that it could hold around 300 Lbs of meat. This is typically what you would need to store a half, and a whole would require a freezer with around 20 cubic feet.