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    http://www.pasturebeef.com/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=101

    Product ID: 101 Category: Beef Packages-Whole Beef
    Whole beef
    Description: 16 Ribeyes, 16 Strips, 16 Sirloins, 13 Tenderloins, 12 Chuck Roasts, 11 Top Round Roasts, 10 Beef Liver Packs, 223 Ground Beef Packs, 70 Ground Beef Patties (3-5.33 oz)
    Price Per Package: $1,518.00
    Approximately 415 lbs boneless beef.

  • #2
    there you go IN-Human, that should last you what? 2 days?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by rowtogrow
      there you go IN-Human, that should last you what? 2 days?
      LOL, I was just going to say, "I will take three, please"...
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      • #4
        Damn the only have 1 in stock...
        "That damn log book"

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        • #5
          You can get a 35 lb lamb for appetizer purposes . . .

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          • #6
            Yes good idea for the taste buds, a little change is good...
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            • #7
              That is a rip off. You can get it cheaper.


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              • #8
                That comes out to $3.66/lb.

                Not bad...

                But, I'd rather buy it fresh and not have to freeze all that meat. I mean shit, that would take me well over half a year to eat all that... I like a little variety in my diet...fish/chicken/turkey/etc...so there's no way I could eat that much beef....even if I ate 2lbs/day....that's still 207.5 days worth!

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