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Cut Price/lb

Brisket .............................. $15

Chuck Eye ...................... $16

Dog Bones ....................... $6

Flank ........................... $21.25

Flat Iron .................... $19.50

Ground ....................... $13.50

Ground Sirloin ............ $14.75

Hanger Steak ........... $21.25

Heart .......................... $10

Kidneys ........................ $9.25

Korean Short Ribs ..... $13.50

Liver .............................. $9.25

New York Strip ............. $26

Osso Buco ....................... $11

Oxtail ........................... $11.50

Ribeye ............................. $30

Round Steak ............. $15.50

Rump Roast .............. $12.50

Short Ribs ................. $12.50

Sirloin Tip ........................ $18

Skirt Steak ................. $15.25

Soup Bones ................. $6

Broth Bones ............... $5

Marrow/knuckle bones .... $6.50

Stew Meat ....................... $13

Tenderloin ...................... $45

Tongue ............................. $10

Top Sirloin ....................... $21

Specialty cuts and roasts available.

Yak Meat

Lean | Grass Fed | Nutrient Dense | Primal

Yak is a delicious, primitive red meat alternative to beef. Similar in taste to quality grass fed beef and bison, yak meat has a delicate, sweet flavor. It consistently wins in taste tests over beef and is juicier than the meat of game animals, without the gamey flavor.

The factors that led yak to evolve in the adverse conditions of the Tibetan plateau resulted in a superior meat animal. The meat has a higher iron and moisture content than beef, with a similar fat composition to that of bison or elk. However, yak steaks are  juicier and more flavorful. Because of a high myoglobin level in the cells, yak meat has a darker red pigment than many other red meats.

HIghly nutritious and lean, yak is an excellent option for people who are looking to diversify their diet, have sensitivities to other red meats, or simply want a lean, nutrient-rich protein source.

We feed our yak a diet of native grasses from Oregon mountain pastures located at 4,000 to 5,000 feet elevation along with non-GMO alfalfa and minerals. We know that high quality feed yields healthy, happy animals and better meat, milk, and fiber.

Yak are smaller than commercial cattle breeds and bison and are more efficient grazers. Their lighter environmental footprint makes them a great alternative for small scale farmers and ranchers and a more ecologically viable red meat option for consumers.