Frequently Asked Questions
When will my order be ready?
We target 7 business days to fulfill your order (typically takes less time). Our bulk meat options (quarters and halves) take 3-4 weeks to fulfill because they're more complex.
Where is farmstead pick up?
Our farmstead butcher shop is just west of downtown East Farmington (about 10 min. south of Osceola, Wisc.). See your confirmation email for address and instructions.
When can I pick up my order?
We will email you directly when your order is ready for pick up. Our farmstead pick up hours are: Mondays 10am - 5pm | Tues/Wed/Thurs Noon - 5pm | Fridays 10am - 5pm | Weekend pick up by appointment only.
Can I get a tour when I come for farm pick up?
We typically have farm tour options available during the spring and fall. Specific dates will be announced via our email newsletter. Be sure to subscribe!
Where do you ship your meat?
The lower 48 states. We offer local delivery to the Twin Cities Metro, free shipping/delivery on orders $150+. Please note: orders going out of state require a minimum $150 purchase.
Which areas do you offer local delivery service?
Western Wisconsin and the greater Twin Cities metro.
What is the difference between local delivery and shipping?
Local delivery to the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro. We use our own delivery van and deliver straight to your door.
Shipping we use UPS or Spee-Dee for delivery.
Which stores can I find your meat?
Please see our retailer's page for a full list!
Do you have any gluten- and dairy- free sausage options?
Nearly all of our sausages are gluten, dairy, and allergen free! Check each specific product page for confirmation.
When does "sold out" inventory restock?
We aim to refill all cuts as soon as possible! Be sure to sign up for email alerts on the product page to be notified directly when item is back in stock.
How can I contact you?
Use our contact form here or email us at email@example.com. We keep a keen eye on our email. Please note: we're busy farming on the weekends and don't monitor email as closely.
Are you 100% grass fed beef?
We are not 100% grass fed. We implement two biological systems (managed organically): crop rotation & rotational grazing. We utilize non-gmo grains/grasses (oats, corn, wheat, barley) in rotation with our pasture legumes (pink clover, alfalfa). We use the grains for feed, bedding, and key nutrient recycling as part of a regenerative soil system. Our cattle graze legume/grass pastures while building soil/sod.
What does “free-raised & grazed” mean?
Free-Raised and Grazed is our regenerative agriculture term to best describe our animal husbandry and stewardship practices. We keep our livestock in their natural environments as much as possible. Given the dormant nature of winter, we are not able to graze year-round but we ensure ample space with clear access to clean water.
Are you certified organic?
We are not certified organic. We manage our pastures organically but we do not use certified organic seeds for crop production. We grow non-gmo cereal grains/grasses. We do not administer synthetic growth hormones, feed antibiotics, or use mRNA vaccines on our livestock.