Meats

Beef

Bichelmeyer Meats proudly sells Angus Beef.  All cattle are raised on local farms and fed a healthy diet of forage, grain, and supplemented with mineral.  Grass is the forage in the early stages of growing beef. Grain is used in the finishing stage. The meat is dry aged for 14-21 days which results in exceptional flavor and tenderness.

Beef is available for sale by the quarter, half, or whole.  Processing instructions are taken at the time of purchase.  You know all the right answers when we ask the questions!  The beef is cut by our expert butchers, while you wait or by your individual instructions for later pick-up.

Our ground beef and ground chuck are prepared fresh on-site, from a single source.  No additives, preservatives or artificial colorings are added.  Buy it by the pound or patty.

Individual cuts are available at our 60-foot retail counter.

American Kobe beef is available upon request.

Pork

All hogs are provided to us from a local farm.  The hogs are a cross-breed of Cheshire White, Yorkshire, Berkshire, Duroc, Landrace and Hampshire. The cross-breeding naturally promotes additional growth and exceptional quality.  Never do we inject our pork with water, artificial flavor, or “patented” solutions.

Hogs are available for sale by the half or whole.  Processing instructions are taken at the time of purchase.  Meat is cut while-you-wait or by your individual instructions for later pick-up.

Individual cuts are available at our 60-foot retail counter.

In addition to our variety of pork cuts, try our home-crafted pork sausages.

Chicken

Our chicken is fresh, never frozen.  It is never injected with water, artificial flavor, or “patented” solutions.  The chicken is naturally plump and juicy with outstanding taste.

Lamb & Goat

We provide our customers with the highest quality of Domestic and New Zealand lamb.

The goats are locally raised Meat goats.  Both products are carefully chosen to ensure delicious dining experience.

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And, don’t forget to visit our Meat Bundles page!

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